Does anyone have any idea what Iron-age British humour was like?
Was it different to Greek or Roman?
- do we have any examples of artefacts that are humorous?
- do we have any idea what things are humorous irrespective of culture?
- does any ancient writer say something akin to "I heard a really good
joke from a barbarian"?
- do we know what we now laugh at which the ancients would not?
Or what about Anglo Saxon humour?
Or medieval Humour?
... Norse, Irish, Norman.
What is the earliest accepted humorous object or text?