British Folkways

A collection of posts by Edmund Standing on British folk culture:

Seventh Century European folk religion

Tenth Century Anglo-Saxon folk magic

Eleventh Century European folk religion

Christianity as folk magic in medieval England

Saints in the folk devotion of medieval England

Alcohol consumption in 16th Century England

Seventeenth Century English folk magic

Eighteenth Century British folk religion

Divination by Bible and Key in 19th Century England

The wakes and feasts of country parishes

British crossroads magic

Sacred Wells in Britain

Love and death in British folk magic

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