Chaucer's Canterbury Pilgrims

Chaucer's Canterbury Pilgrims
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Chaucer's Canterbury Pilgrims

Publisher Location: Chicago and New York
Publisher Name: Rand McNally & Company
Publication Date: 1909
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Alehouse with AlestakeApproach to Cathedral, Mercury Lane, connecting with Christ Gate, Canterbury CathedralThe Baptistery, Canterbury CathedralThe Black Prince's Well, HarbledownThe Canon's YeomanThe Canterbury CathedralCanterbury Cathedral, Tomb of the Black PrinceThe Chair of St. Augustine, Canterbury CathedralChaucerChaucer's DwellingChrist Gate, CanterburyThe Clerk of OxenfordCome here, Sir Priest! ride in the midst with me!The CookThe Doctor of PhysicAn English PilgrimThe FriarGreen Court Gate, Canterbury CathedralThe Grey Friars, CanterburyThe Guestern Hall, Winchester, Where Pilgrims Were LodgedThe Jew's House in LincolnThe Man of LawThe MancipleMartyrdom of St. ThomasThe MerchantThe MillerThe MonkThe Monk's Dog (2)The Monk's DogNorman Crypt, Canterbury CathedralNow let us ride and hearken what I say. The Nun's PriestThe PardonerThe ParsonPart of the Tithe Barn, MaidstoneA Pilgrim Rest HouseThe Pilgrims' Way from LondonPortions of Ancient Hospice on both sides of Water Line, OspringeThe PrioressRochester Castle and GroundThe Second NunThe ShipmanSite of the Shrine of St. Thomas, Canterbury CathedralThe SquireThe StewardThe Tabard InnThe Tomb of Geoffrey Chaucer, Westminster AbbeyTowers of West Gate, CanterburyThe Transept of the Martyrdom, Canterbury CathedralTrencher, tankard, pot, and cannikin Appeased all rancors of the road The Wife of Bath

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