Sammelhandschrift - Thomasin <Circlaere> (1186 - 1216) Boner, Ulrich (1280 - 1350) Heinrich <der Teichner> (1310 - 1377) Freidank ( - 1233) Nordbayern (Raum Eichstätt?)Erscheinungsdatumum 1445 (I) / um 1460 (II) / um 1450 (III) Mscr.Dresd.M.67 Folio 32v
Museen der Stadt Aschaffenburg: Stiftsschatz
Jeu de tables Description : his object was discovered broken in the bottom of a waste pit. The wooden table had almost completely disappeared, but most of the veneer had been preserved, thus allowing archaeologists to propose the present reconstruction. On a wooden table, twenty-four points sculpted from cow or horse bones are set in a bone frame that featured a central divider.
Badge with Tudor Rose Date: 15th century Culture: British Medium: Tin/lead alloy Dimensions: Overall: 1 1/16 x 7/8 x 3/16 in. (2.7 x 2.3 x 0.4 cm) Accession Number: 2002.306.9 The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Medieval illustration of tabula from the 13th century, a game which was likely transported to England during the fifth century.