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 pilgrimage - in medieval Europe
 Pilgrimage of Grace (1536)
 Pilgrim Fathers - and the Mayflower
  - and the Wampanoag confederacy
  - brief account
 Pilgrim's Progress - by John Bunyan
 Pilgrims' Way (Kent to Wiltshire)
 Pilkington - glass manufacturers
 pillar box (in Britain)
  - in the Hindenburg Line
 pillory and stocks (in Britain)
  - on Richmond Green
 Pillow Book - of Sei Shonagon
 Pillnitz - declaration of 1791
 Piltdown man
 Pimm's (drink)
 Pinax theatri botanici - by Bauhin
 Pineapple Poll (ballet)
 Pinel, Philippe - unchains the insane in Paris
 Pinero, Arthur Wing
 pink gin (drink)
 Pinochet, Augusto
 Pinta - sailing with Columbus
  - The Caretaker
 Pinzón brothers - and Columbus
 Pioneer Health Centre - founded in Peckham
 pipal tree - at Anuradhapura
 pipe of peace - or calumet
 Piper, John
  - Chichester
  - Coventry cathedral
 pipiolos - in Chilean politics
 pips (as time signal)
 piracy - in Mediterranean in 1st century BC
 Piraeus - port of Athens
  - defences destroyed in 404 BC
 pirates - and Pompey
 Pisa - as maritime power
  - trade with the Byzantine empire
  - baptistery pulpit by Nicola Pisano
  - cathedral pulpit by Giovanni Pisano
  - and Florence in 1406
  - council of 1409
  - and Charles VIII in 1494
  - cathedral and Galileo
  - leaning tower and Galileo
 Pisano, Giovanni - pulpit in Pisa
 Pisano, Nicola - and classical sculpture
 Pissaro, Camille - in London
 piston - in steam engine
 Pitcairn Island - and Christian Fletcher
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