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Renaissance Entertainment

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Transcript of Renaissance Entertainment

Storytelling
Storytelling was a very popular way of entertainment in this era. It was a way to teach lessons and also to preserve family history. Some people made a living by going to different city's and telling stories.
Plays
Plays were also very popular in this time period. Some of the best plays were written during this time. Some of the best writers were William Shakespeare, Christopher Marlowe, and Ben Johnson.
Games
Games of skill and strategy were played in the Renaissance . Games of skill include: jousting, archery, wrestling, and an early form of football. Games of strategy though included games like knuckle bones, dice, and chess.
Citations
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Medieval_football

http://shop.oldsalem.org/product/251/




http://www.volunteerweekly.org/storytelling-for-children/

http://www.volunteerweekly.org/storytelling-for-children/

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Shakespeare
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Knuckle Bones
Knucklebones is an ancient game that was originally played with the bones of the joints from animals such as sheep. The game had a number of variations, and it appears to have rissin in different parts of the world. It is still played today, although the gaming pieces are not typically made from bone; a closely related game is jacks, which is traditionally played with metal pieces and a small rubber ball.
William Shakespeare's plays
1.Hamlet
2.Romeo and Juliet
3.Henry V
4.Midsummer Night’s Dream
5.Macbeth
6.Richard III
7.Julius Caesar
8.Twelfth Night or What You Will
9.The Taming of the Shrew
10.Othello, The Moor of Venice
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