Cricket was the most popular sport in the victorian era.
During the Victorian era, lawn tennis, croquet, and game and fox hunting were all popular sports among upper-class women.
Post modern was not a popular genre during the Victorian era.
Middle class women in the victorian era played lawn tennis and it was popular. Women didnt usually play sport in era, especially if they were'nt in the middle class, only men played sports. Men played mob football and then different sports throughout the years. women gradually started to play sports around the 1900s.
It was popular in the Victorian era
A popular tombstone qoute from the Victorian era is "requiescat in peace" Also "Good friend for Jesus". Many people used Persian poetry in the Victorian era.
Baseball and Boxing were the 2 most popular sports in the US during that era.
There were a number of eras that were between the Tudor era and the Victorian era. The era were in the following order after the Tudor era came Stuart era and then the Georgian era which was followed by the Victorian era.
The Victorian era then the Edwardian era. Victorian era (1837 - 1901) Edwardian era (1901 to 1910)
A "bertha" collar is a wide round collar usually made of lace and popular in the Victorian era.
what did they play in victorian sports
The Victorian era was between 1837 and 1901 when Queen Victoria reigned in Britain. Popular during that time was opera, comic opera, musical burlesque, musical comedy, and brass bands.
The health in the Victorian Era was very bad.
The only monarch in the Victorian era was Queen Victoria, which is why it is the Victorian era.
The Victorian Era was a time of conflicting morality.
The Victorian Era started at 1819 to 1901
Indeed they did. Ground dried ginger was widely available to cooks and bakers and a popular Victorian flavouring. Ginger flavoured cakes and biscuits are still very popular in the UK.
There is no agreement among experts as to exactly what was the first Victorian toy. It is likely to have been a toy with some type of mechanical movement operated by winding a spring, as these toys were popular in the Victorian era.
The Georgian era.
Yes, I belive they were quite popular, especially for the upperclass. The lower class probably traveled on a workhorse of a donkey. But remember, They didn't have cars in the victorian era, how else were they supposed to travel?
no there aren't that many rich people in the Victorian era but there was lots of rich people in the Victorian era. The richest person the Victorian era was queen Victoria and she was really ugly and stinky. She is the fat person i have ever seen in my entire life and she was 80 when she died and the Victorian era ended and this other men came and started ruling.
A Victorian-era sandwich. No, she is not a Victorian-era sandwich. She is a UNICORN!
The poor people worked in the workhouse in the Victorian era.
The Victorian era was the late 1800s in England. The first vet school was established in Lyon, France in 1862, so there were trained veterinarians during the Victorian era.