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Henry’s Hobbies. Real Tennis. Real Tennis is the original game upon which today’s tennis game is based. Henry VIII played the sport at Hampton Court Palace. Anne Boleyn was arrested whilst watching a game of real tennis at Hampton Court. . Jousting. Jousting is a game that

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real tennis
Real Tennis

Real Tennis is the

original game upon

which today’s tennis

game is based.

Henry VIII played the

sport at Hampton Court

Palace.

Anne Boleyn was arrested

whilst watching a game of

real tennis at Hampton Court.

jousting
Jousting

Jousting is a game that

takes place between

two mounted knights.

The knights use a variety

of weapons including:

axes, lances, daggers

and swords.

The aim of the sport was to

de-horse the opponent.

bear baiting
BEAR BAITING

Bear Baiting was very popular in

Tudor England.

Arenas were called Bear

Gardens.

A bear would be chained

to a post.

A number of dogs

would then be placed

in the pit

to attack the bear.

hunting
HUNTING
  • Hunting was very common
  • in Tudor England.
  • The hunt allowed
  • the rich nobles to show
  • off their fine horses,
  • hawks, clothing, and weapons.
  • The animals that were
  • hunted the most were stags.
  • Ordinary men had to hunt
  • smaller animals like rabbits.
feasting
FEASTING
  • The meals of Henry VIII were some
  • of the most fantastic ever created.

He enjoyed extravagant dishes

some as exotic as dolphin meat!

He also enjoyed fancy

pudding moulded from sugar.

He even enjoyed alcoholic drinks

containing pure gold!

The Tudors had fine table manners.