To help you navigate this chapter:
- Rules for Tableau Charades
- Rebecca and Eliezer at the Well
- A casket for your pearls and jewels.
- A deal table is plain pine table.
- A Horn Lantern was often used to illuminate the Tudor Kitchen.
- Girandole is an ornamental branched candlestick or lighting device often composed of several lights. Girandoles came into use about the second half of the 17th century, and were commonly made and used in pairs.
- Belle Dame Sans Merci (in case you want a little light poetry reading…)
- English Monarchy links: Mary I and Edward VI
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