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What was the name given to wandering players in 12th and 13th century France, England and Germany who recited poems?

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What was the name given to wandering players in 12th and 13th century France, England and Germany who recited poems of love and wine?

posted Jun 13, 2019 by Rahul Chandel

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Goliards
The goliards were a group of clergy, generally young, in Europe who wrote satirical Latin poetry in the 12th and 13th centuries of the Middle Ages.

answer Jun 17, 2019 by Reeta
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