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|Sources=<p><span>Alice B. Gomme, </span><em>The Traditional Games of England, Scotland, and Ireland</em><span> (Davit Nutt, London, 1898), page 307.</span></p>
 
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<p><span><em>Promptorium Parvulorum </em><span>(Society of Camden, reprinted 1865), page 503.</span></span></p>
 
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Game Tribet
Game Family Fungo Fungo
Location Lancashire, England
Regions Britain
Eras Predecessor
Description

Gomme (1898) identifies this game as the Lancashire version of Trap Ball. A game named Trypet is listed in a English-Latin dictionary from the 1300s.

Sources

Alice B. Gomme, The Traditional Games of England, Scotland, and Ireland (Davit Nutt, London, 1898), page 307.

Promptorium Parvulorum (Society of Camden, reprinted 1865), page 503.

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