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    Englische Folklore

    Typisch England... typisch England




  • Englische Folklore
  • Bekannte Figuren aus der Folklore aus England (Vereinigtes Königreich / Großbritannien) sind Robin Hood und King Arthur.


  • Folklore aus England von A vis Z
  • Abbotsbury Garland Day
  • Alkborough Turf Maze
  • King Arthur
  • Babes in the Wood at Wayland Wood
  • Barber surgeon of Avebury
  • Belas Knap
  • Biddenden Maids
  • Black Annis
  • Black Dog
  • Black Lady of Bradley Woods
  • Boggart
  • Border Morris
  • Bottle-kicking
  • Bowerman's Nose
  • Bran the Blessed's Head at the Tower of London
  • Brownie
  • Brutus of Troy, the legendary founder of London
  • Byard's Leap
  • Cauld Lad of Hylton
  • Caxton Gibbet
  • Cerne Abbas Giant
  • Cheese Rolling
  • Childe's Tomb
  • Chime Hours
  • Clapham Wood, an area of strange activity
  • Corineus
  • Corn Dolly
  • Countless Stones
  • Crazywell Pool
  • Cunning Folk
  • Devil's Footprints
  • Devil's Jumps, Churt
  • Devil's Jumps, Treyford
  • Dorset Ooser
  • Dragons
  • Drake's Drum (Buckland Abbey)
  • Duergar
  • Dun Cow
  • Dwarfs
  • Eachy
  • Elves
  • English Country Dance
  • Ettin
  • Father Time
  • Flibbertigibbet
  • Folklore of Lancashire
  • Four Winds
  • Fulk FitzWarin
  • Glastonbury Thorn
  • Glastonbury
  • Gnome
  • Goblin Combe
  • Godiva
  • Gog and Magog
  • Green children of Woolpit
  • Green Man
  • Guy of Warwick
  • Gytrash
  • Hag Stone
  • Hairy Hands
  • Halifax Gibbet
  • Havelok the Dane
  • Haxey Hood Game
  • Hedley Kow
  • Hengest and Horsa
  • Hereward the Wake
  • Herne the Hunter
  • Hoodening
  • Hunky Punk
  • Jack of Kent
  • Jack the Giant Killer
  • Jack Valentine
  • Jack-In-Irons
  • Jan Tregeagle
  • Jay's Grave
  • Jenny Greenteeth
  • Jingling Geordie's Hole
  • Kilburn White Horse
  • King Cole and St. Helena
  • King Lud
  • Kit's Coty House
  • Lady Lovibond
  • Laidly Worm
  • Lambton Worm
  • Legend of the Mistletoe Bough
  • Legend of Upsall Castle
  • Lincoln Imp
  • Little Saint Hugh of Lincoln
  • Lob
  • London Bridge is falling down
  • Long Meg and Her Daughters
  • Long Sword Dance
  • Lyonesse
  • Madam Pigott
  • Major Oak
  • Mallard Song
  • May Queen
  • Maypole Dance
  • Maypole
  • Mermaid's Pool
  • Molly Dance
  • Moonrakers
  • Mother Nature
  • My own Self
  • Nanny Rutt
  • Oak Apple Day
  • Ogres, Trolls
  • Oranges and Lemons
  • Parish Ale
  • Peg Powler
  • Pendle Witches
  • Petrifying Well
  • Pixies
  • Punkie Night
  • Rabbit rabbit rabbit
  • Rapper Sword
  • Redcap
  • Religious Visions at Walsingham
  • Reynardine
  • Robin Goodfellow
  • Robin Hood
  • Rollright Stones
  • Royal Shrovetide Football
  • Saint Swithun
  • Samlesbury Witches
  • Sedgefield Ball Game
  • Sir Bevis of Hampton
  • Spring Heeled Jack
  • St. Audrey
  • St. Cuthbert
  • St. Dunstan
  • St. Edmund of East Anglia
  • St. Frideswide
  • Standing Stones
  • Swan upping
  • The Barghest
  • The Black Shuck A Black Dog
  • The Derby Ram
  • The Devil's Arrows
  • The Giant of the Wrekin
  • The Great Thunderstorm
  • The Obby Oss of Padstow
  • The Pedlar of Swaffham
  • The Ratman of Southend
  • The Witch of Wookey Hole
  • The Wizard of Alderley Edge
  • Three Hares (Tinners' Rabbits)
  • Tiddy Mun
  • Tintagel Castle
  • Tom Bawcock
  • Tom Hickathrift
  • Tom Thumb
  • Turpin's Cave
  • Uffington White Horse
  • Ursula Southeil
  • Wandering Jew
  • Wayland the Smith
  • Well Dressing
  • Widecombe Fair
  • Wild Boar of Westmorland
  • Wild Hunt
  • Will-o'-the-wisp
  • Wise Men of Gotham
  • Wyvern
  • Yallery-Brown

  • Englische Volkslieder
  • Green Bushes
  • Greensleeves
  • Jerusalem (And did those feet in ancient time)
  • O green grow the Rushes
  • Singing Vicar of Bray
  • Uncle Tom Cobley


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