Gosia Jankowska
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‘Found in the margins of a calendar in a 14th-century Flemish book of hours. Various historians of sport have identified this as a version of “stool ball” or “stump ball”, which was baseball played with only one base’

Found in the margins of a calendar in a Flemish book of hours. Various historians of sport have identified this as a version of “stool ball” or “stump ball”, which was baseball played with only one base (PUBLIC DOMAIN)

The medieval Ordsall Hall Kitchen, Salford, in Greater Manchester, England.

The medieval Ordsall Hall Kitchen, Salford, in Greater Manchester, England. This has an old historian style that I'd consider it in the Renaissance period.

Beynac, a medieval village, Dordogne, France. Stone archways hang over the cobblestone road into many towns in southwest France...

la porte rouge: the three fs ( france part one), Beynac, Dordogne, France= something Monty Python and Holy Grail about this. The stone and light, the mist

Title: Fabric with a Bird Pattern Place of creation: Sicily Date: 14th century Material: wool and silk Inventory Number: Т-616

Title: Fabric with a Bird Pattern Place of creation: Sicily Date: century Material: wool and silk Inventory Number:

Medieval gambling cards from 1377 via medievalists.net#MedievalJousting #JustJoustit

Records of card playing begin to appear in Europe about the year The cards in use in the preceding century were in the hands of the wandering gypsies who came across the mountains of southern Europe, from whence no one knew.

Two-Colored Tile, English, mid 14th century

Two-Colored Tile Date: century Culture: British Medium: Fired earthenware with slip decoration and lead glaze. Dimensions: Overall: 4 x 4 x Classification: Ceramics-Tiles Credit Line: The Cloisters Collection, 1991 Accession Number: