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Recreation/Games/Sports of the Renaissance Era

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Recreation/Games/Sports of the Renaissance Era
by Alexis Acosta
5. Dice Games
Dice games were not played as much but there are 2 that were played often
4. Board Games
These games were played on mats or some sort of board
Fox & Geese
Types of Games during the time
2. Sporting Games
-Sports were most popular games played
Jousting (most popular)
-Some sports teams would play
mob football, soccer, hockey, and lacrosse
-the tournament was important event
3. Children's Games
Children would often play their own games such as,
hide and go seek
walking on stilts
climbing over things
They were very simple games
sporting games
children's games
card games
board games
dice games
1. Card Games
Many card games were played with small amount of people (2-10 people)
Popular games:
All Fours
One in thirty
-card games were used for gambling
"Children's Games" By Pieter Brueghel the Elder
Oil on Panel 1560
Works Cited
"Renaissance Games." Renaissance Games. N.p., 2007. Web. 06 May 2015.
"Introduction to Games Played During the Renaissance." Ren Fest HQ. Ren Fest, 2007. Web. 05 May 2015.
Baker, Lisa. English Renaissance Games. eHow, 1999-2012. Web. 15 Mar 2012.

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