Two links, albeit indirect, to East Kent in this tweet. First it comes from the Hoodeners, a tradition specific to the area. Secondly, there’s a case to be made that some local traditions may have originated in Germanic paganism, and arrived here via migration.

As the tweet suggests, this is a 50-page article, heavily referenced with footnotes, and not for the casual reader.

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