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*[[medieval childrens game]]s
 
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==Game (hunting and food)==
===References===
 
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'''Game''' also refers to wild [[animal]]s that are hunted for [[food]] or [[sport]]. Wild game includes:
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*[[Deer]]
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*Wild [[boar]] or [[pig]]
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*Wild [[duck]]
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*Wild [[goose]]
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*Wild [[rabbit]] and hare
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==References==
 
*''[[The Compleat Gamester]]'' by Charles Cotton 1674
 
*''[[The Compleat Gamester]]'' by Charles Cotton 1674
   
===External Links===
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==External Links==
 
* [http://moas.atlantia.sca.org/topics/game.htm Atlantia's games links]
 
* [http://moas.atlantia.sca.org/topics/game.htm Atlantia's games links]
[[category:games]]
 
 
* [http://www.waks.org/game-hist/ Medieval and Renaissance Games Homepage]
 
* [http://www.waks.org/game-hist/ Medieval and Renaissance Games Homepage]
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* [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Game_%28food%29 Wikipedia's article on Game (food)]
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[[category:games]]
 
[[category:games]]
 
[[category:food]]

Revision as of 03:25, 13 July 2007

The Game (SCA)

The SCA is essentially a game, although many people tend to forget this. The SCA is all about having fun, dressing up, beating up your friends, eating unhealthy food, making forts and castles... just like you did when you were 6 years old. Sure, you're all adults, and the game is a little more advanced and now involves a whole bunch of legalities, but.. it's still just a game.

Game (Sport and leisure)

There are a variety of medieval games:

Game (hunting and food)

Game also refers to wild animals that are hunted for food or sport. Wild game includes:

References

External Links