Post-Medieval

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...]

University of Cambridge Museum of Archaeology & Anthropology
Medieval or later

Skate made of a horse’s leg bone.

University of Cambridge Museum of Archaeology & Anthropology
Medieval or later

Skate made of a horse’s leg bone.

Norwich Castle Museum and Art Gallery
16th – 18th century

Sledge made of a horse’s jaw. The Perspex sheet shows where the seat would have been.

Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge
1744

Boy and Girl by John Faber II, 1744. In this print, the boy and girl have exchanged... [Read more...]

St Edmundsbury Heritage Service
1750 - 1775

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

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