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1 He seized the roads to Delphi and started harassing the pilgrims.
2 There are no contemporary references to the Pilgrims' landing on a rock at Plymouth.
3 The first written reference to the Pilgrims landing on a rock is found 121 years after they landed.
4 The holiday of Thanksgiving is said to have begun with the Pilgrims in 1621.
5 Some friendly Native Americans (including Squanto) helped the Pilgrims survive through the first winter.
6 The perseverance of the Pilgrims is celebrated during the annual Thanksgiving festival.
7 The Pilgrims and Puritans of New England frowned on game playing and viewed dice as instruments of the devil.
8 The origin of the nickname appears to be a poem entitled "The Pilgrims At Home" written by Edwin Fitzwilliam that was sung at the 1907 home opener ("Rory O'More" melody).
9 John I. Taylor had said in December 1907 that the Pilgrims "sounded too much like homeless wanderers."
10 In 1620, Plymouth was founded as a haven for Puritan religious separatists, later known as the Pilgrims.
11 In Colonial America, the Pilgrims of New England shared radical Protestant disapproval of Christmas.
12 The Pilgrims, led by twenty-eight game winner Cy Young, trailed the series three games to one but then swept four consecutive victories to win the championship five games to three.
13 Other works included Entombment, the Madonna di Loreto (Madonna of the Pilgrims), the Grooms' Madonna, and the Death of the Virgin.
14 In 1648, preacher John Elliott was quoted in Thomas Shepard's book Clear Sunshine of the Gospel with an account of the difficulties the Pilgrims were having in using the Indians to harvest cranberries as they preferred to hunt and fish.
15 In the 1672 book New England Rarities Discovered author John Josselyn described cranberries, writing: Sauce for the Pilgrims, cranberry or bearberry, is a small trayling [sic] plant that grows in salt marshes that are overgrown with moss.
16 In 1796, cranberries were served at the first celebration of the landing of the Pilgrims, and Amelia Simmons (an American orphan) wrote a book entitled American Cookery which contained a recipe for cranberry tarts.
17 For example, although various social classes are represented in these stories and all of the pilgrims are on a spiritual quest, it is apparent that they are more concerned with worldly things than spiritual.
18 Lastly, Chaucer does not pay much attention to the progress of the trip, to the time passing as the pilgrims travel, or to specific locations along the way to Canterbury.
19 Two tales, Sir Topas and The Tale of Melibee, are told by Chaucer himself, who is travelling with the pilgrims in his own story.
20 The Tale of Beryn, written by an anonymous author in the 15th century, is preceded by a lengthy prologue in which the pilgrims arrive at Canterbury and their activities there are described.
21 While the rest of the pilgrims disperse throughout the town, the Pardoner seeks the affections of Kate the barmaid, but faces problems dealing with the man in her life and the innkeeper Harry Bailey.
22 As the pilgrims turn back home, the Merchant restarts the storytelling with Tale of Beryn.
23 Like the Tale of Beryn, it is preceded by a prologue in which the pilgrims arrive in Canterbury.
24 Lydgate places himself among the pilgrims as one of them and describes how he was a part of Chaucer's trip and heard the stories.
25 In one scene a local historian lectures an audience of British soldiers about the pilgrims of Chaucer's time and the vibrant history of England.
26 The dedication of these chapels indicates the importance of the pilgrims' devotion to the suffering of Christ.
27 According to the German clergyman and Orient pilgrim Ludolf von Sudheim, the keys of the Chapel of the Holy Sepulchre were in hands of the "ancient Georgians" and the food, alms, candles and oil for lamps were given to them by the pilgrims at the south door of the church.
28 In 1373 Geoffrey Chaucer visited and among the pilgrims in his Canterbury Tales, A schipman was ther, wonyng fer by weste;
29 William Blake's painting of the pilgrims in The Canterbury Tales Scheherazade telling her stories to King Shahryar in The Arabian Nights Telling stories via Wayang golek puppets in Java.
30 This was followed by The Pilgrims of the Rhine (1834), The Last Days of Pompeii (1834), Rienzi, Last of the Roman Tribunes (1835), Leila;