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Shaws Pilgrims

Canterbury Tales Pilgrims

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His name is Herbert Friar
20 years old Squire
is an able sailor, but very cruel Skipper
has a forked beard Merchant
he believes in astrology as a means of treating an illness Doctor
expert bowman Yeoman
carries a rusty sword Reeve
favorite food is roast swan Monk
loves to prepare fine dishes Cook
his name is Harry Baily Host
though not as smart as the students he serves, he was smart enough to put away a little money for himself Manciple
has been on religious pilgrimages to Jerusalem 3 times Wife of Bath
doesn’t require much sleep Squire
member of an impressive guild Haberdasher
very quick-tempered Reeve
he will drown prisoners if they cause him any problems Skipper
has fought in the Crusades Knight
tells the final tale Parson
licensed to hear confession Friar
his job is to listen to confessions Pardoner
student of the arts Oxford Cleric
plays a hurdy-gurdy Monk
is the perfect example of chivalry Knight
lacks spiritual nourishment Doctor
he, along with the Knight and Parson, is admired by Chaucer Oxford Cleric
suffers from a pus-running ulcer on his leg Cook
he is the Parson’s brother Plowman
doesn’t take his vows seriously Monk
dishonest Reeve
intellectual whose interests are in learning only Oxford Cleric
he is sent by the Church to summon persons suspected of breaking Church law Summoner
marriage broker Friar
assistant to the Knight and Squire Yeoman
enjoys women of questionable reputation Summoner
main interest is money Monk
he sells fake relics and Pardons” Pardoner
16 stones heavy Miller
he has hair as yellow as wax that hangs from his head in thin rat tails Pardoner
tells his tale first Knight
he has boils and skin sores Summoner
knew every judgment, case, and crime by heart Serjeant at Law
black Nostrils Miller
has been married 5 times Wife of Bath
children were afraid of him Summoner
old, choleric, thin Reeve
he lisped Friar
he is rough, coarse, ugly, and has a wart with hairs growing out of it on his nose Miller
was very thing and rode a thin horse Oxford Cleric
knows every port of the Mediterranean Skipper
his appalling physical condition may be a result of lechery Summoner
serves as a contrast to the Pardoner Parson
does not tell a tale Yeoman
a county landowner Franklin
lives in peace and pays his dues to the Church Plowman
likes to show off by speaking Latin when he gets drunk Summoner
owns many horses Monk
he is the most corrupt of all the travelers Pardoner
shining example of what a religious person should be Parson
for breakfast, he love to sop cake in wine Franklin
due to his high-pitched voice and his beardless face, Chaucer refers to him as a gelding or a mare Pardoner
he had a red face with carbuncles, narrow eyes, black scabby brows, and a thin beard Summoner
knows the remedies for love’s “mischance’s” Wife of Bath
carries a jar of pig bones which he tells people are holy relics Pardoner
horse’s name is Scott Reeve
speaks French (badly) Prioress
rids herself of husbands, wearing them out by nagging them to death Wife of Bath
there are several references to his effeminate nature Pardoner
would gladly learn and gladly teach Oxford Cleric
plays bagpipes as the pilgrims leave town Miller
a member of the most prominent members of the legal profession from whose ranks the king selects judges Serjeant at Law
dressed all in green Yeoman
knows everything about medicine, but seems to know little about the Bible Doctor
she dresses colorfully and is deaf in one ear Wife of Bath
is motley dressed Merchant
has large hips Wife of Bath
he owned a ship named The Maudelayne Skipper
has rust stains on his clothes from his armor Knight
her name is Madam Eglantyne Prioress
a clever man whose job is to purchase goods for a college or law school Manciple
has peacock feather arrows Yeoman
their wives enjoy the stature their husband have attained because it earns them social recognition Haberdasher
has curly hair Squire
she is a coarse woman who enjoys dirty jokes Wife of Bath
plays a harp Friar
owner of the Tabard Inn and travels with the troupe to be the judge of the best tale Host
is known for his cream dishes and his most famous dish – creamed chicken pie Cook
rides a horse well Wife of Bath
wore a threadbare overcoat Oxford Cleric
apparently made a ton of money during the plague, but never seems to spend any of it Doctor
good soldier but loves clothes, drink, and women Squire
rides last among the pilgrims Reeve
is the most admired of all the pilgrims Knight
enjoys male companionship Wife of Bath
never hesitates to share the fruits of life with others Franklin
tells filthy stories Miller
carries a dirk Yeoman
traveling with pet dogs with whom she is so obsessed she neglects the poor in her care Prioress
is in charge of feeding prospective lawyers Manciple
never found a party he didn’t like Franklin
owns greyhounds Monk
has gapped teeth Wife of Bath
son of the Knight Squire
could identify any wine by taste Cook
has a reputation for getting girls into “trouble” then finding husbands for them Friar
a smooth talker whose slick demeanor helps hide the fact he is in debt Merchant
wore a dagger on a lanyard around his neck Skipper
wearing a brooch that says, “Love Conquers All” Prioress
His name is Herbert Friar
20 years old Squire
is an able sailor, but very cruel Skipper
has a forked beard Merchant
he believes in astrology as a means of treating an illness Doctor
expert bowman Yeoman
carries a rusty sword Reeve
favorite food is roast swan Monk
loves to prepare fine dishes Cook
his name is Harry Baily Host
though not as smart as the students he serves, he was smart enough to put away a little money for himself Manciple
has been on religious pilgrimages to Jerusalem 3 times Wife of Bath
doesn’t require much sleep Squire
member of an impressive guild Haberdasher
very quick-tempered Reeve
he will drown prisoners if they cause him any problems Skipper
has fought in the Crusades Knight
tells the final tale Parson
licensed to hear confession Friar
his job is to listen to confessions Pardoner
student of the arts Oxford Cleric
plays a hurdy-gurdy Monk
is the perfect example of chivalry Knight
lacks spiritual nourishment Doctor
he, along with the Knight and Parson, is admired by Chaucer Oxford Cleric
suffers from a pus-running ulcer on his leg Cook
he is the Parson’s brother Plowman
doesn’t take his vows seriously Monk
dishonest Reeve
intellectual whose interests are in learning only Oxford Cleric
he is sent by the Church to summon persons suspected of breaking Church law Summoner
marriage broker Friar
assistant to the Knight and Squire Yeoman
enjoys women of questionable reputation Summoner
main interest is money Monk
he sells fake relics and Pardons” Pardoner
16 stones heavy Miller
he has hair as yellow as wax that hangs from his head in thin rat tails Pardoner
tells his tale first Knight
he has boils and skin sores Summoner
knew every judgment, case, and crime by heart Serjeant at Law
black Nostrils Miller
has been married 5 times Wife of Bath
children were afraid of him Summoner
old, choleric, thin Reeve
he lisped Friar
he is rough, coarse, ugly, and has a wart with hairs growing out of it on his nose Miller
was very thing and rode a thin horse Oxford Cleric
knows every port of the Mediterranean Skipper
his appalling physical condition may be a result of lechery Summoner
serves as a contrast to the Pardoner Parson
does not tell a tale Yeoman
a county landowner Franklin
lives in peace and pays his dues to the Church Plowman
likes to show off by speaking Latin when he gets drunk Summoner
owns many horses Monk
he is the most corrupt of all the travelers Pardoner
shining example of what a religious person should be Parson
for breakfast, he love to sop cake in wine Franklin
due to his high-pitched voice and his beardless face, Chaucer refers to him as a gelding or a mare Pardoner
he had a red face with carbuncles, narrow eyes, black scabby brows, and a thin beard Summoner
knows the remedies for love’s “mischance’s” Wife of Bath
carries a jar of pig bones which he tells people are holy relics Pardoner
horse’s name is Scott Reeve
speaks French (badly) Prioress
rids herself of husbands, wearing them out by nagging them to death Wife of Bath
there are several references to his effeminate nature Pardoner
would gladly learn and gladly teach Oxford Cleric
plays bagpipes as the pilgrims leave town Miller
a member of the most prominent members of the legal profession from whose ranks the king selects judges Serjeant at Law
dressed all in green Yeoman
knows everything about medicine, but seems to know little about the Bible Doctor
she dresses colorfully and is deaf in one ear Wife of Bath
is motley dressed Merchant
has large hips Wife of Bath
he owned a ship named The Maudelayne Skipper
has rust stains on his clothes from his armor Knight
her name is Madam Eglantyne Prioress
a clever man whose job is to purchase goods for a college or law school Manciple
has peacock feather arrows Yeoman
their wives enjoy the stature their husband have attained because it earns them social recognition Haberdasher
has curly hair Squire
she is a coarse woman who enjoys dirty jokes Wife of Bath
plays a harp Friar
owner of the Tabard Inn and travels with the troupe to be the judge of the best tale Host
is known for his cream dishes and his most famous dish – creamed chicken pie Cook
rides a horse well Wife of Bath
wore a threadbare overcoat Oxford Cleric
apparently made a ton of money during the plague, but never seems to spend any of it Doctor
good soldier but loves clothes, drink, and women Squire
rides last among the pilgrims Reeve
is the most admired of all the pilgrims Knight
enjoys male companionship Wife of Bath
never hesitates to share the fruits of life with others Franklin
tells filthy stories Miller
carries a dirk Yeoman
traveling with pet dogs with whom she is so obsessed she neglects the poor in her care Prioress
is in charge of feeding prospective lawyers Manciple
never found a party he didn’t like Franklin
owns greyhounds Monk
has gapped teeth Wife of Bath
son of the Knight Squire
could identify any wine by taste Cook
has a reputation for getting girls into “trouble” then finding husbands for them Friar
a smooth talker whose slick demeanor helps hide the fact he is in debt Merchant
wore a dagger on a lanyard around his neck Skipper
wearing a brooch that says, “Love Conquers All” Prioress
Created by: shaws