Peter's Pence

Peter's Pence, an annual tribute of a silver penny per household in England to support the chair of St. Peter at Rome, and which continued more or less to be levied from the end of the 8th century till the days of Elizabeth, when it ceased. The payment has been revived since 1848 in Britain, France, and Belgium in compensation to the Pope for loss of his territorial possessions.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Peter's, St. * Peterwardein
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Peter, the Wild Boy
Peter Martyr
Peter the Great
Peter the Hermit
Peterborough, Charles Mordaunt, Earl of
Peter's, St.
Peter's Pence
Pétion de Villeneuve, Jérôme
Petite Nature
Petition of Right
Petöfi, Sandor
Petrarch, Francesco
Petri, Laurentius
Petrie, Flinders
Petrie, George