The curtana carried in front of English sovereigns at their coronation to represent mercy is an unpointed sword.
Answer from a Catholic To avoid getting executed by those Tudors, they wore exactly what everyone around them was wearing - they were trying to avoid being identified as priests by the authorities.
Guy Fawkes is usually commemorated in England by a large bonfire, and letting off fireworks, on November 5th each year. Since the 1980's it has become commonplace for the celebration to be transferred to the nearest Saturday to November 5th - but this is a recent innovation.
November the 5th is celebrated primarily in England to mark the death of Guido (Guy) Fawkes, who, with his conspirators (led by Robert Catesby) attempted to blow up the King of England in the Houses of Parliament beneath the House of Lords in 1605. Also known as the "Gun powder plot" had it been ...
they wore bright necklesses and dresses and bows with a broom stick to make them look like a witch
The first decorated Christmas tree was in Latvia, Riga 1510
Strange to say, the English do not have a particularly typical national dress. In Britain, the Scotsmen in the north, in Scotland, of course have the kilt (a tartan skirt), the sporran (a type of purse that hangs in front) the dirk (a dagger held in a calf-length sock, and a tartan hat, the 'Tam-...
they didn't! it just happend!