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Feast Gallery

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Choose from 888 pictures in our Feast collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


ROUND THE WORLD YACHTING IN THE 'CEYLON,' PENANG: 1. Waterfall and Temple; 2 Featured Print

ROUND THE WORLD YACHTING IN THE "CEYLON," PENANG: 1. Waterfall and Temple; 2

ROUND THE WORLD YACHTING IN THE "CEYLON," PENANG: 1. Waterfall and Temple; 2. Gathering Up the Remnants; 3. The Feast; 4. Malay Fishermen; 5. A Malay Village

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1882 Engraving, Arkheia, Arts, Ceylon, Culture, Engraved Image, Engravement, Feast, Festival, Festivity, Fishermen, Gathering, History, Illustrative Technique, Malay, Penang, Remnants, Retro, Retro Styled, Sailing, Settlement, Temple, Victorian, Village, Vintage, Waterfall, World, Yachting, Yachts

Source Size = 3770 x 5006 Featured Print

Source Size = 3770 x 5006

Lord Ossulston's Coming of Age: the Banquet; Lord Ossulston; Wild Cattle, Chillingham Park; Chillingham Castle

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1872 Engraving, Arkheia, Arts, Banquet, Castle, Cattle, Chillingham, Chillingham Castle, Chillingham Park, Coming Of Age, Culture, Dinner, Engraved Image, Engravement, Feast, Festival, Festivity, Fort, Fortress, History, Illustrative Technique, Livestock, Lord, Ossulston, Park, Play Area, Playground, Public Garden, Public Municipal Park, Recreation Ground, Retro, Retro Styled, Stronghold, Victorian, Vintage, Wild

DECEMBER was called 'Aerra Geola,' because the sun then 'turns his Featured Print

DECEMBER was called "Aerra Geola," because the sun then "turns his

DECEMBER was called "Aerra Geola," because the sun then "turns his glorious course;" and after the introduction of Christianity, "Heilig-monath," or holy-month. December was, among the English, above all things, a month of festivity. Before the introduction of Christianity, Christmas was the feast of Thor, and the wassail bowl circulated as briskly in honour of the heathen god as it has done since at the Christian festival. The figures in the woodcut are engaged in threshing the corn, winnowing it with a fan, and carrying it away.

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