If you are interested in what medieval children played with, i.e. theirs toys and so on, rather than the things they found lying around and used according to their imagination, then this is an excellent site. It is part of the lars datter site, which offers a great deal of scope and information. The site’s official… Continue reading The dolls, toys and playthings of medieval children….
And for your Christmas feast, a mug fit for a King. Or maybe a mug for a mug… You can now wake yourself up with a splash of caffeine whilst gazing at Henry VIII’s portly charm and watching his unfortunate ‘wives’ (due to the marriages being annulled , he technically only had two wives, not… Continue reading Mugging with Henry VIII
Your own Henry VII dartboard – manufactured in Wales but probably not designed there. The factory is now working on a wall of pikes to hide the Squinting Usurper (c) behind. h/t Ian Churchward