- 1 What did people in the Renaissance do for entertainment?
- 2 What did they do for fun in the 1500s?
- 3 What did they eat during the Renaissance?
- 4 What did people do for entertainment in the 1700’s?
- 5 What peasants did for fun?
- 6 What did peasants spend most of their doing?
- 7 What did medieval people do to pass time?
- 8 What desserts did they eat in the Renaissance?
- 9 What did rich Italians eat?
- 10 What food did they eat in the 1500?
- 11 What did people do for fun in the 1760s?
- 12 What was entertainment like in the 1800s?
- 13 What type of music was popular in the 1700s?
What did people in the Renaissance do for entertainment?
People during the Renaissance enjoyed all sorts of entertainment. They went to festivals, sporting events, and played games such as chess, checkers, and backgammon. Perhaps the biggest event was carnival which took place before Lent each year. People would have big parties and dress up in costumes for the Masquerade.
What did they do for fun in the 1500s?
There were many athletic events at festivals and other occasions. These included archery, jousting, hammer-throwing, and wrestling. In some areas they played early versions of football (soccer), cricket, bowling, or golf.
What did they eat during the Renaissance?
They ate chickens, duck, and geese; hunted wild birds; and preserved pork by making ham and sausage so it could last all year round. Pork was often made with mustard, a condiment, or a sour sauce. Game meats, poultry, and fish were the standard meats. Peacocks were also used but eventually were replaced by turkey.
What did people do for entertainment in the 1700’s?
Most people in the 17th century enjoyed music and dancing and many people would also pursue learning to play musical instruments and to sing. Wealthy households were able to employ their own professional musicians to entertain them, but for the most people loved to make their own music.
What peasants did for fun?
For fun during the Middle Ages, peasants danced, wrestled, bet on cockfighting and bear baiting, and played an early version of football. On Sundays, peasants were allowed to rest and go to church. Some pious peasants undertook pilgrimages to gain God’s favor.
What did peasants spend most of their doing?
For peasants, daily medieval life revolved around an agrarian calendar, with the majority of time spent working the land and trying to grow enough food to survive another year. Each peasant family had its own strips of land; however, the peasants worked cooperatively on tasks such as plowing and haying.
What did medieval people do to pass time?
We have paintings of people having a good time —feasting, dancing, drinking, singing, and so on. They also played games of various kinds, both indoor (including gambling) and outdoor. They probably visited each other for a chat. Many work activities were done in groups, so there was opportunity for socialization.
What desserts did they eat in the Renaissance?
Common desserts eaten in the renaissance time, for wealthy people included custard, small cakes, rice pudding, apple and orange tarts. Cheesecakes, strawberry tarts, gooseberry tarts, mousse, prune tarts, and trifles. Basically, tarts were the main dessert.
What did rich Italians eat?
In general, the poor ate more of foods low to the ground, such as turnips, garlic, onions and carrots, while nobility dined on “higher” foods such as artichokes, peaches, pheasant, and pears.
What food did they eat in the 1500?
Barley, oats and rye were eaten by the poor. Wheat was for the governing classes. These were consumed as bread, porridge, gruel and pasta by all of society’s members. Fava beans and vegetables were important supplements to the cereal-based diet of the lower orders.
What did people do for fun in the 1760s?
When they did have time, kids would do many things for their fun and leisure at the time. Go to circuses and ride animals or join their families on vacation with the train. They would also go play the new common sport, football. Many boys would also go to the park or horse riding.
What was entertainment like in the 1800s?
Theatre Halls were numerous and performances were regularly given by theatre troupes, ventriloquists, hypnotists, poets, comedians, choirs and orchestras. Circuses came to town and set up in parks and public places. There were fêtes, carnivals, art exhibitions and lessons in singing, dancing and cooking to attend.
What type of music was popular in the 1700s?
Their music included ballads, dance tunes, folk songs and parodies, comic opera arias, drum signals, psalms, minuets, and sonatas. Such music came mostly from England, Scotland, Ireland, Germany, Italy, France, and Africa, and it was played on whatever instruments were handy.