By Tim B.
On 3 August 2019
This tithe was limited to the traditional seven agricultural products (wheat, barley, grapes in the form of wine, figs, pomegranates, olives in the form of oil, and dates) grown in Israel.
Source: First Fruits – Wikipedia
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“The blessed fruits were kept by the church and divided between the clergy and the poor. Similar customs during the Middle Ages could be found in all European countries. “
“At the end of hay-making a sheep would be loosed in the meadow among the mowers, for him to keep who could catch it.”
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