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PLAY. An Ancient Syrian Terracotta Toy Cart and Horse, ca. 1000 to 800 BC.

PLAY. An Ancient Syrian Terracotta Toy Cart and Horse, ca. 1000 to 800 BC.

Ancient clay toys

Ancient clay toys

Ancient Greek children played with many toys, including rattles, little clay animals, horses on 4 wheels that could be pulled on a string, yo-yo's, and terra-cotta dolls.

Ancient Greek children played with many toys, including rattles, little clay animals, horses on 4 wheels that could be pulled on a string, yo-yo's, and terra-cotta dolls.

Toy horse   (5th–7th century)  Made of bone stained with red pigment, this wheeled horse from Egypt is one of the most luxurious toys to survive from its era, when bone was an expensive material.

Toy horse (5th–7th century) Made of bone stained with red pigment, this wheeled horse from Egypt is one of the most luxurious toys to survive from its era, when bone was an expensive material.

Terracotta dancing doll holding castanets.  Corinthian. c. 350 BC  (British Museum)

Terracotta dancing doll holding castanets. Corinthian. c. 350 BC (British Museum)

Medieval Toys from 12th and 13th/14th century, found in Konstanz, South Germany.   Figuren-Tier_Reiter-2.jpg 1'247×940 Pixel

Medieval Toys from 12th and 13th/14th century, found in Konstanz, South Germany. Figuren-Tier_Reiter-2.jpg 1'247×940 Pixel

A ROMAN BONE DOLL CIRCA 3RD-4TH CENTURY A.D. | Christie's

A ROMAN BONE DOLL CIRCA 3RD-4TH CENTURY A.D. | Christie's

Figure between Horses on wheels possibly toy Roman from Egypt 300-400 CE wood

Figure between Horses on wheels possibly toy Roman from Egypt 300-400 CE wood

Bronze toy knight, Europe, 13th-14th Century CE. The Walters Art Museum.

Bronze toy knight, Europe, 13th-14th Century CE. The Walters Art Museum.

Roman clay toys

Roman clay toys