Fire, Scythes and Superstition: the Medieval Harvest ~ Alli Templeton — Sue Vincent’s Daily Echo

Reblogged from Medieval Wanderings: Despite so many aspects of life virtually grinding to a halt this year, one thing I have observed advancing unaffected over these past six months is the growing crops. From vast expanses of golden wheat to fields of delicate purple flax flowers, it’s been quietly reassuring to see at least something […]

Fire, Scythes and Superstition: the Medieval Harvest ~ Alli Templeton — Sue Vincent’s Daily Echo

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