Medieval Festival, two




castle parade cross (2)
brick tower battlements
moat helmet chain-mail
lathe sword costume
steel banner shield (2)
flag lance hammer
drum turret audience
owl actors bow and arrow
torch incense acrobatics
lute falcon reenactment
violin hatchet trebuchet
beer knitting blacksmith
tent armor merrymaking
joust knight falconry
ale bridge medieval
feast festival festivity
fiddle target performance
hawk gallop market stalls





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Knights. The festival took place in Chicago, Illinois, United States. True or false?

Lords, Noblemen. Did only royalty, nobility and aristocrats attend the festival?

King, Queen. There were football and rugby matches. Is this right or wrong? Were there cats and dogs? Was there a pet show?

Prince, Princess. Was there hip-hop dancing? Were there pop concert performances with electric guitars, bass guitars and synthesizers?

Duke, Duchess. Were people shooting assault rifles and pistols? Could people get injured from the arrows?

Baron, Baroness. Everyone was dressed in jeans, shirts and tennis shoes. Is this correct or incorrect?

Aristocrats. Were people making 3-D print objects?

Vassal, Squire. Everyone ate hamburgers, pizza and shawarma. What do you think?

Craftsmen. How did people feel? Were they serious? Did the festival end at 6:00 pm?
Traders, Merchants. I have visited or attended Medieval or Folk festivals. Yes or no?

Peasants, Serfs. Are Medieval, Renaissance or Folk festivals common or popular?

Hut, Cottage. Do you think these traditional festivals are strictly cultural events, a hobby, businesses or all of the above?

Manor, Mansion. What might happen in the future?

Castle, Fortress, Palace. There should be more Medieval, Renaissance and Folk Festivals. Do you agree?

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