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Sports and fun back in the Elizabethan era
Transcript of Sports and fun back in the Elizabethan era
Elizabethan era 2012
Today Sports Sports and Entertainment
in Elizabethan England Tennis Stoolball (cricket) Tournaments Hunting Football (soccer) Wrestling Hammer throwing Bowling archery Tennis Cricket Tournaments Hunting Football (soccer) Entertainment 1568 to 1603
Elizabethan era 2012
Today Falconry Cock fighting Checkers Chess Bear and bull baiting Dice games Falconry Cock fighting Checkers Chess Bear and bull baiting Dice games Target
distance http://www.greydragon.org/library/playingbowls.html Played in gardens Theater Played indoors Jesters Clown (Jester) Does no longer exist Theater More technology During our presentation we shall talk about: Elizabethan sports How they've changed Elizabethan entertainment How they have changed lands worth at least 100 pounds http://www.mightyleeds.co.uk/images/football1870s.jpg City vs. City The goal is to get the ball back to you side any way you can. The goal is to throw a weigh as far as you can. http://www.enotes.com/as-you-like-it-criticism/you-like-vol-57 Was considred a sport and a show Main source:http://www.elizabethan-era.org.uk/ Played with a racket and a leather ball stuffed with bran. A sport where one personne try to hit a stool with a ball and an other one has to defende the stool with a bat. http://www.tradgames.org.uk/games/stoolball.htm Not all social classes are allowed to participate A way for nobles to show off their skills and test their weapons