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1. Draw, or trace, a map of the British Isles, France, Spain, and Portugal. Beginning with Peterborough, Ramsey (Ramsay), and Yarmouth in East Central England, trace the pilgrim's route to the Shrine of Saint James at Santiago de Compostela.

2. Present an oral report on feudalism.

Explain why it developed and why it declined, and describe the social classes and the duties of each class.

3. In chapter 1, "Brat" kicks over a box on which the hurdy-gurdy man's animal act is performing and allows the dog, cat, and mouse to escape. In an essay, explain how freeing the animals not only from their master but also from their unnatural positions on the box symbolizes the decline of the feudal system.

4. Compare and contrast the fears and concerns of people at turn of the century in 1299 to the fears and concerns of people in 1999.

5. Mystery plays were performed on the steps...

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