Post-Medieval

St Edmundsbury Heritage Service
1750 - 1775

A small linen coat for a child, made from Indian chintz. During the eighteenth century, middle... [Read more...]

Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge
1752

Painted on this Delftware mug is an image of a father holding the hand of his young daughter. At... [Read more...]

KHM-Museumsverband
1560

Children’s Games (Kinderspiele) by Pieter Bruegel the Elder, 1560.

St Edmundsbury Heritage Service
17th - 19th century

Children (and adults) have played with balls for thousands of years. Made from a variety of... [Read more...]

St Edmundsbury Heritage Service
17th - 19th century

Children (and adults) have played with balls for thousands of years. Made from a variety of... [Read more...]

University of Cambridge Museum of Archaeology & Anthropology
15th - 17th century

Clay whistles were considered novelties or toys rather than serious musical instruments. Those... [Read more...]

University of Cambridge Museum of Archaeology & Anthropology
15th - 17th century

Clay whistles were considered novelties or toys rather than serious musical instruments. Those... [Read more...]

University of Cambridge Museum of Archaeology & Anthropology
15th - 17th century

Clay whistles were considered novelties or toys rather than serious musical instruments.

Cambridgeshire Archives
11th May 1764

Apprenticeship Indenture for Amey Basin. At ten years old she was apprenticed to Thomas Wayman... [Read more...]

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