Alsace manuscript 1521: Survived historical evidence of Christmas tree

The surviving written evidence from 15211: "4 schillings to be paid to the rangers to watch the Christmas trees in the forest". This manuscript is kept in Sélestat Humanist Library in Alsace, France. In the era, Christmas tree was a low-cost spectacle for people without extra money to buy a fir tree and take it home.
The surviving written evidence from 15211: “4 schillings to be paid to the rangers to watch the Christmas trees in the forest”. This manuscript is kept in Sélestat Humanist Library in Alsace, France. In the era, Christmas tree was a low-cost spectacle for people without extra money to buy a fir tree and take it home.

Bibliography

1http://best-of-upper-rhine.com/2014/12/09/selestat-alsace-real-history-of-the-christmas-tree/; access 12/4/2015 13:07

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