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  1. •YULE AND CHRISTMAS THEIR PLACE IN THE GERMANIC YEAR BY ALEXANDER XILLE, Ph. LECTURER IN GERMAN LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE IN THE UNIVERSITY OF GLASGOW DAVID NUTT, 270-271 STRAND, LONDON 1899 ^^HBHAL I 7S77f Only two hundred copies of this book are for sale GLASGOW ! In a Gothic calendariiim of the sixth century* November, or Naubaimbair, ■* Scandinavian haust or host is probably to be derived from August, which in the Middle Ages appeared as aust. "* Grotefend, Zeitrechnung des deutschen Mittelalters, I., 84; Weinhold, Deutsche Monat- namen, pp. The Roman quarter of a year having taken the place of the old third, it was but natural that all the three months forming it should have received a common name ; there is no doubt that in this way herbst, which simply meant harvest, advanced to the meaning of the season of autumn. The centre of animal activity, as well as of the strivings, hopes, and dreams of men, was in pre-Roman Germanic times, as it is now, to win food and to get on in life — in early times by hunting and keeping cattle, later on by cultivation of meadows, and finally by agri- culture in addition. Schx&dex, Die aelteste Zeitteilungdes indogermaniscken Volkes,'Be:x\m, Habel, 1878, pp. B l8 YULE AND CHRISTMAS abounds with examples of that usage.^ Though it is generally the term winter which is used thus, it is by no means exclusively so, other terms, like louprise in the Alemannic dialects, being employed in the same sense.^ Thus there can be no doubt that the Germanic year began with the begin- ning of winter, and not in the middle of it, as did the Roman year with its dogmatic and unpractical way of dividing time. On an average, in Germany actual winter sets in about the middle of November, when it ceases to be possible to leave cattle, swine, sheep, and horses on the pasture grounds to seek their own food ; when it begins to freeze ; and when snowfalls become very frequent. the term November was at some places used for the time from October 15 to November 15; whilst on others it was, with equal right, made to cover the time from November 15 to December 1 5. This gift was probably in com- pensation for a payment of some annual duty on Martinmas.^ In the thirteenth century there was a song on St. It is contained in his treatise Bonum universale de apibus: "Quod autem obscoena carmina finguntur a daemonibus et perditorum mentibus immittuntur, quidam daemon nequissimus, qui in Nivella urbe Brabantiae puellam nobilem anno domini 12 16 prosequebatur, manifeste populis audientibus dixit : cantum hunc celebrem de Martino ego cum collega meo composui et per diversas terras Galliae et Theutoniae promulgavi. The monastery of Eilenrostorf received every year, from 1353, a quantity of wine — half for the mass and half for the convent who were to drink it in vigilia sancti Martini.^ What it received before that date is not known. A knight, von Schwichelt, possessor of Liebenburg, asked Duke Otto of Gottingen to spend Martinmas with him. Nevertheless that feasting was called Martinsnacht , apparently because in olden times it had been held on November 11. There even the ^Compare my own book Geschichte der deutschen Weihnacht, Leipzig, 1893, P- 282. It is, however, doubtful whether Latin mensis is exactly of the same derivation. Loose reins are given to public dissipation; every- where may you hear the sound of great preparations, as if there were some real difference between the days dedicated to Saturn and those for transact- ing business. Then followed the Brumalia, fixed by Caesar erroneously on December 25, the alleged shortest \ day of the year, called since that time occasionally Dies Invicti Solis, day j of the unconquered sun. These sweetmeats, called by the name of Strenae, were therefore prohibited by the early church (V. It is not astonishing that among these we find one devoted to the "God The Unconquered Sun " An interdiction which was for several centuries repeated and repeated again, was in the form of a question taken over into all more important Penitentials of the Church, and there probably lived longer than the usages of which it was meant to be destructive. "Cereos Saturnalibus muneri dabant humiliores potentioribus, quia candelis pauperes, locupletes cereis utebantur," Festus Pompeius, Lib. The same custom is witnessed by Martialis and Macrobius.