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Game sticks to Yut game. Very fun traditional game from Korea.    http://www.ecola.com.pl/yut http://ellacino.blogspot.nl/2011/03/yutnori.html

Game sticks to Yut game. Very fun traditional game from Korea. http://www.ecola.com.pl/yut http://ellacino.blogspot.nl/2011/03/yutnori.html

Bronze mirror with an engraved design showing a youth and a girl playing a board-game, `duodecim scripta' (twelve lines), a kind of backgammon.  Materials: bronze  Techniques: engraved  Production place: Italy  Date: 3rdC BC-2ndC BC    British Museum

Bronze mirror with an engraved design showing a youth and a girl playing a board-game, `duodecim scripta' (twelve lines), a kind of backgammon. Materials: bronze Techniques: engraved Production place: Italy Date: BC British Museum

sisse-brimberg-roman-iron-age-wooden-gameboard-bone-dice-and-amber-playing-pieces

sisse-brimberg-roman-iron-age-wooden-gameboard-bone-dice-and-amber-playing-pieces

Viking Games pieces - Looking for the Evidence

Trondheim, Norway early twelfth century squares board Hnefatafl Found in the Norwegian town of Trondheim, this 'Hnefatafl' board with 11 x 11 squares is displayed at the Medieval Museum at the University of Trondheim (NTNU)

Konane, sometimes called "hawaiian checkers".  This ancient game was often played on flat, bare spits of rock along the shore, under the direct rays of the sun.  Kōnane is a two-player strategy board game from Hawaii. It was invented by the ancient Hawaiian Polynesians.

Konane, sometimes called "hawaiian checkers". This ancient game was often played on flat, bare spits of rock along the shore, under the direct rays of the sun. Kōnane is a two-player strategy board game from Hawaii. It was invented by the ancient Hawaiian Polynesians.

Pachisi is a cross and circle board game that originated in ancient India which has been described as the "national game of India". It is played on a board shaped like a symmetrical cross. A player's pieces move around the board based upon a throw of six or seven cowrie shells, with the number of shells resting with aperture upwards indicating the number of spaces to move.

Pachisi is a cross and circle board game that originated in ancient India which has been described as the "national game of India".