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John Audelay's Wassail Bowl
Audelay Wassail 2

Origin

John Audelay

Type

Wassail bowl

Effects

TBA

Downsides

TBA

Activation

Contact with liquid from bowl.

Collected by

H. Berube (Warehouse 12)

Section

243628-38164-4392

Aisle

4392-102/Winter-102H

Shelf

102-121

Date of Collection

December 25th, 1907

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OriginEdit

John Audelay  was an English priest and poet from Haughmond Abbey, in Shropshire; one of the few English poets of the period whose name is known to us. Some of the first Christmas carols recorded in English appear among his works.

The tradition of wassailing  is the practice of people going door-to-door, singing and offering a drink from the wassail bowl in exchange for gifts; this practice still exists, but has largely been displaced by caroling.

EffectsEdit

When people come into contact with any liquid that was in the bowl, TBA

AppearancesEdit

TriviaEdit

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