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Fresco of children boxing from Akrotiri Featured Sports Image

Fresco of children boxing from Akrotiri

Fresco of children boxing from Akrotiri, dating from around 1600 BC, island of Santorini (Thira), Cyclades, Greece, Europe

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Minoan art. Greece. 16th century B.C. Fresco of boxing kids Featured Sports Image

Minoan art. Greece. 16th century B.C. Fresco of boxing kids

Minoan art. Greece. 16th century B.C. Fresco of boxing kids. Fight between two teens provided with gloves and a belt. Painted stucco. Room B1 from Akrotiri (Thera). (1550-1500 BC). National Archaeological Museum. Athens. Greece

© Thaliastock / Mary Evans

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British Officers Playing Rounders in Suda Dockard Featured Sports Image

British Officers Playing Rounders in Suda Dockard

The Blockade of Crete: British Officers Playing Rounders in Suda Dockard. The Englishman must have his sport wherever he goes and the naval officers on board our ships lying off Crete are no exception to the rule. Having obtained leave to land, a dozen officers, principally midshipmen, one afternoon took on shore some stumps and a ball. Rounders was the game chosen. On account of the ground a rule was made that either side hitting the ball into the sea or onto the roofs should be out. Some remarkable fielding was witnessed. Once the ball went into the sea and the fielder after it! Date: 1897

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans