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Epiphany Eve; Christian Religious Celebration; January 5; Also called Twelfth Night. Traditional end of the Christmas season in many countries. In places where Epiphany, or Three Kings Day, is celebrated, Twelfth Night is a time of merrymaking.

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Twelfth Night - A big celebration in Georgian times. This special night features in Immoral Society Book Four. I wonder what mischief will happen?

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Jane Austen and Christmas: Celebrating Twelfth Night...includes details on making a tradition Twelfth Night cake. I'm totally doing this next year!

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Twelfth Night celebrations The 2014 TWELFTH NIGHT Celebrations will be held on Sunday 5th January 2014. times to be confirmed. Twelfth Night is an annual seasonal celebration held in the Bankside area of London. It is a celebration of the New Year, mixing ancient seasonal customs with contemporary festivity. It is free, accessible to all and happens whatever the weather.

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Celebrating Twelfth Night. Jane Austen - style.

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George and Martha Washington were married in 1759 on Twelfth Night (Understanding Twelfth Night: The Holiday that Time Forgot, Camden County Historical Society).

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from Why'd You Eat That?

Day 10: Twelfth Night Cake & King Cake

12th night | Park's New Twelfth Night Characters from 1843

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from Kristen Koster

A Regency Primer on Twelfth Night & Wassailing

A Regency Primer on Twelfth Night & Wassailing - Kristen Koster

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