Ancient board games in perspective: papers from the 1990 British Museum colloquium, with additional contributions
Papers from the first international colloquium on the board games of antiquity, supplemented by additional papers.
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On the Rules for the Royal Game of Ur
The Ancient Egyptian Game of the Serpent
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