The winter holiday season is upon us! Have you ever wondered how people of the Renaissance celebrated during this time? If so, this article's for you!
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Twelfth Night During the Renaissance
Twelfth Night, celebrated twelve nights after Christmas Eve, was considered the close of Christmas-time and/or winter holiday celebrations. During the Renaissance, Twelfth Night was considered a much larger celebratory occasion than Christmas itself.
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