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A worn out man's buckle shoe was recently found in wainscoting of the Combination Room, St John's College, Cambridge, that dates from the mid to late 18th century.Traditional English "Plough Jags" (performers of a regional variant of the mummers play) sometimes decorated their costumes (particularly their hats) with shiny items, to the extent of borrowing silver plate for the purpose."Witch balls" are shiny blown glass ornaments, like Christmas baubles, that were hung in windows.Objects were often used in these rituals in order to facilitate communication with the gods.
One of the most commonly found magical objects, the ivory apotropaic wand (see also Birth Tusk), gained widespread popularity in the Middle Kingdom (ca. These wands were used to protect expectant mothers and children from malevolent forces, and were adorned with processions of apotropaic solar deities.
Similarly the grotesque faces carved into pumpkin lanterns (and their earlier counterparts, made from turnips, swedes or beets) at Halloween are meant to avert evil: this season was Samhain, the Celtic new year.