Christmas Trivia Quiz II
Quiz Question #1
If you were given some frumenty at a Medieval Christmas party, you would probably:
Quiz Question #2
The first charity Christmas card was produced by UNICEF in 1949.
The picture chosen for the card was painted not by a professional artist but by:
Quiz Question #3
"Hot cockles" was popular at Christmas in medieval times. It was:
Quiz Question #4
During the ancient 12-day Christmas celebration, it was considered unlucky to:
Quiz Question #5
"Mumming plays" with traditional plots have been enjoyed
at Christmas time in Europe since the Middle Ages.
In England, the central character is usually:
Quiz Question #6
At lavish Christmas feasts in the Middle Ages,
swans and peacocks were sometimes served "endored".
Quiz Question #7
One of the adventures of Sherlock Holmes takes place during the Christmas season.
The tale hinges upon:
Quiz Question #8
In the Ukraine, if you find a spider web in the house on Christmas morning
it is believed to mean:
Quiz Question #9
Postmen in Victorian England were popularly called "robins". This was because:
Quiz Question #10
"Little Jack Horner" in the nursery rhyme may refer to the man
who was chief steward to the Abbot of Glastonbury in the early sixteenth century.
If so, then the "plum" he pulled from his Christmas pie was actually:
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