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EASTER IN BRITIAN
For Christians Easter Sunday is the high point of the year. They
celebrate the Resurrection of Jesus Christ
As in many other European and New World countries, eggs and rabbits are traditional
symbols of Easter in the British Isles. Chocolate bunnies and Easter eggs, often adorned
in colorful foil wrappers, are given to children as presents or are hidden for the Easter
morning "egg hunt."
ONE EASTER TRADIRION
The tradition of decorating real eggs for Easter dates back to the Middle
Ages. In 1290 the English king, Edward I, ordered 450 eggs to be covered in
gold leaf to be given as Easter presents.
It is thought that the bright hues used
to decorate Easter eggs were meant to
mirror the colors of the reawakening
FUN FOR EASTER
Another British Easter custom is egg rolling or the egg race, when
competitors try to be the first to roll their egg across a course or
down a hill… without breaking it!
Aside from eggs, the best-known English Easter food is
probably the hot cross bun. Dating back to medieval times,
the buns were traditionally eaten on Good Friday, but they
are now popular all around the Easter season. The history
of hot cross buns dates far back to the pre-Christian era.
It is thought that they are descendants of the small cakes offered to Eostre, the goddess
of spring. They may have been marked with a cross even in ancient times, to represent the
four quarters of the moon. In later centuries the church, unable to stamp out ancient
pagan traditions, decided instead to "Christianize" the buns by associating the cross with
that of Jesus.
Easter Sunday in the British Isles is
traditionally marked by church services,
often held at dawn so that worshippers
can view the sunrise, a symbol of
Christ's resurrection. After wards Easter
eggs are exchanged and eaten
Easter parades were also once an
important tradition, during which people
would wear their new clothes - the ladies in
particular would show off
their new "Easter bonnets" - as another sign of
spring's renewal. Later the family would gather for Easter lunch or dinner, which in
England traditionally consisted of roast spring lamb with mint sauce, potatoes and green
peas. There was time to rest from the celebrations the next day, since Easter Monday is
traditionally a holiday in Britain.
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How many eggs the English King Edward 1 ordered cover in gold?
How is the most famous English food at Easter?
How many days are celebrating Easter in Britain?