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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

Monkeys bowling. MS. B. 11.22. (Flanders, c. 1300). Cambridge, Trinity College,

Roman girls playing ball game from the Roman mosaic ‘Coronation of the Winner’ in Villa Romana del Casale at Piazza Armerina, Sicily, Italy

Dagonell's Game of the Month: Knucklebones

Lausanne, Bibliothèque Cantonale et Universitaire de Lausanne, U 964: Biblia Porta · France · fin du XIIIe siècle Langue: Latin (

Bikkelen, Pieter Bruegel the Elder, Kinderspiele (Children's Games), detail

Nun and monk enjoying a piggyback ride in Oxford, Bodleian Library MS Bodley 264

Photographer unknown. Juggling temari balls

The Luttrell Psalter - a King and lady playing a boardgame resembling backgammon, c.1325-35. The British Library