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* http://www.metmuseum.org/Works_of_Art/viewOne.asp?dep=7&viewmode=0&item=1983.515.1-.52  
 
* http://www.metmuseum.org/Works_of_Art/viewOne.asp?dep=7&viewmode=0&item=1983.515.1-.52  
 
* http://www.landesmuseum-stuttgart.de/cgi-bin/hilites_bin/hl.php?nr=84 from a Swiss deck of c.1430: The suits are ducks, falcons, dogs, and deer.
 
* http://www.landesmuseum-stuttgart.de/cgi-bin/hilites_bin/hl.php?nr=84 from a Swiss deck of c.1430: The suits are ducks, falcons, dogs, and deer.
* http://www.geocities.com/karen_larsdatter/games.htm
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Latest revision as of 05:13, 10 September 2007

Many card games were played in or near period. In the late 1300s, the use of playing cards spread rapidly across Europe. The first widely accepted references to cards are in 1371 in Spain, in 1377 in Switzerland, and, in 1380, they are referenced in many locations including Florence, Paris, and Barcelona. More at wikipedia:Playing card.

They include

Rules to many other card games can be found at the Medieval and Renaissance Games Homepage.

Reproduction sets of cards