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Engendering Folklore: & Empowered Curating by
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Folklore Thursday Apr 20
The Alphabet Deciphered, in Twenty Tweets by
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Folklore Thursday Apr 19
Legends: Elen of the Hosts – Saint, Warrior Queen, of Sovereignty by
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Folklore Thursday Apr 18
was brought to you today by and . Wishing a fabulous Easter weekend to all, and see you next week! (Image via wikimedia commons)
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Folklore Thursday Apr 18
Well the marvellous malarkey of easter-lore draws to a close, thanks for a smashing evening,this is off to move Alice+the Hatter along a place+see if they left her any tea+simnel cake.Goodnight+remember:don't roll all your eggs in one basket💚
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Folklore Thursday Apr 18
Replying to @Heather_Leigh02
Yes, I'd wondered there was a distant connection...
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Heather Leigh Apr 18
Reminds me of the black Century Eggs in China, which are eggs put in a mixture of clay, ash, salt, quicklime, and rice hulls for several weeks to several months. Had a couple. Tastes just like a regular hard boiled egg to me!
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Flamenco Nut ❄️ Apr 18
In Germany there's a tradition to decorate an Easter egg tree, an 'Ostereierbaum' photo via
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Folklore Thursday Apr 18
Replying to @imogenfoxell
I love the illustration it's absolutely brilliant, thank your sharing!
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Imogen Foxell Apr 18
Little Red Riding Hood - people may have heard of this one. Very happy with how the drawing turned out.
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Gwen C. Katz Apr 18
Empty Tombs are a traditional Easter breakfast in the Katz family. It's a donut with a donut hole in the middle. You roll away the donut hole to reveal that the tomb is empty.
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Nifty Buckles Apr 18
Many various cultures from around the world such as Hindu, Egyptian & Chinese tell a creation tale which begins with a World Egg, it hatches a being on the earliest waters on Earth. Illustration by Jacob Bryant's Orphic Egg 1774 in Public Domain
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