Medieval - The Historic Games Shop

Welcome to the Medieval section of The Historic Games Shop. We hope you'll enjoy looking at the games, and, if you'd like to know more about them, you might like to visit our YouTube channel, where you can watch two video introductions to board games of the period; one covering the 11th to 13th centuries and the other the 14th and 15th century. Or watch the videos below!

 

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A curiosity from Alfonso X's Book of Games
Games collection with Nine Men's Morris, C15th playing cards and dice games from the fifteenth century
Common design of dice from the Tudor period onwards
Painted oak board with beechwood pieces
Quarter-sawn oak chess board
The earliest style of chess pieces, based on the medieval Indian army
Our own design, based on incomplete decks of some of the earliest playing cards
A special price for our card games rule book with our fifteenth century card deck
Oak board with ceramic playing pieces
£ 10.00
A game popular from the fourteenth century onwards which pits one fox against a gaggle of geese
Large oak board with ceramic playing pieces
Oak board with ceramic playing pieces - please note only linen pouch now available
Historic reproduction chess board
Historic reproduction chess board
Historic reproduction chess board
A deceptively simple medieval strategic game which became popular during the Napoleonic Wars
£ 12.00
A 9 x 9 version of this excellent Viking strategy game
A fifteenth century gambling game for any number of players
Oak board with box and yew inlay
Three wooden dice with rules to the medieval dice games of Alfonso the Wise
Three bone dice with rules to the medieval dice games of Alfonso the Wise
£ 5.00
The ancestor of Noughts and Crosses
A game which has stood the test of time - popular from Roman times to the present day
Large oak board, 10" x 10", with ceramic playing pieces
Our standard version, of quarter-sawn oak, with ceramic playing pieces
Oak board with ceramic playing pieces
The 9 x 9 version of tafl, common in Viking contexts; with C18th rules recorded by Carl Linneaus
The 11 x 11 variant of Hnefatafl, recorded in a sixteenth century Welsh manuscript - please note, linen pouch only available
From the Ars oratoria, Ars epistolandi, Ars memorativa, published in Venice in 1482
Three wooden dice with rules to the popular historic dice game of Hazard
Three solid-pip bone dice with rules to the popular historic dice game of Hazard
The oldest known three-in-a-row game
Common design of dice from the Tudor period onwards
One of our best-selling combinations at a special price

You might also like to look at The Defence of Pictland or War in the Welsh Marches from our Play with History! range