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1087 AD

The relics of Saint Nikolaos are stolen from Myra ( Turkey ) and are placed in the Basilica of St. Nicola, in Bari, Italy. So, because of this
theft he is known in places as Saint Nikolaos of Bari.

 

 

 


 

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1200 AD
The Saint Nikolaos legend spreads and pilgrimages are made to a church built in his honor by Emperor Justinian I in Constantinople. In central Europe December 6 becomes St. Nikolaos Day, a celebrated feast day where gifts are given to poor children in his honor.

The first musical play about Saint Nikolaos is published.

 

 

 


 

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1300 AD
The first depiction of St. Nikoloas with a long white beard and a herder
of reindeer due to his acceptance in "Lapland".

 

 

 


 

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1400 AD
Up to now several thousand churches and chapels and hundreds of songs are written in honor of Saint Nikolaos. He has become the patron saint of children, sailors, prisoners, pawnbrokers, Sicily, Greece and several other countries, cities and villages and the patron saint of wolves.

 

 

 


 

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1492 AD
Chris Columbus wades ashore on December 6 on what is now Haiti and names the port St Nicholas.

 

 

 


 

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1500 AD
For centuries now, the Christmas holiday "season" or Winter Solstice is a time of excessive drinking, feasting, rude and offensive public behavior including but not limited to mocking of authority, aggressive begging, public fornication, home invasion of the rich ( this is linked to the idea or custom of "trick or treat" whereby the lowly could "knock" and ask for a drink or to be seated at the notable's table for "treat" and if denied a a nasty "trick" would be made against the house. ) This accepted behavior was called "Misrule". Another act of "misrule" would be to black one's face and cross-dress ( called Mumming ) or make disguise as animals to provide anonymity for debauched public behavior which included the disgraceful act of "Christmas caroling" ( drunken sing-a- longs ) At the time Misrule had little or no major threat upon society, it really strengthened the status quo by allowing the less fortunate, the poor and powerless, an opportunity to blow off steam. Sounds a lot like our modern "spring break".

The Winter Solstice celebration or feast came in December because it was the end of the harvest with less daylight and to cold to plow, but cold enough that slaughtered animals could be eaten and stored and the beer and wine was ready to drink.

 


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