1700-year board game: A game of 1700 years found in a country
A new activity called the ancestor of popular board games has been discovered today. The 1700-year board game , which was found as a result of the work of archaeologists , surprised many people. What is known about this game?
What information was reached about the 1700 year old board game?
Employees of a museum within the body of Bergen University worked on a small hill, which was created by piling soil on a burial during the First Age. The expected news came from the archaeologists working on this project.
This project was hosted by a village called Alverstraumen, which is affiliated to the municipality of Lindås in Hordaland, Norway. This hill named Ytre Fosse, located in Alverstraumen, will now attract more people. What was said about the 1700-year board game?
We can say that this excavation in the west of Norway was completed quite efficiently. Because a total of 18 pieces were collected. These items include items that resemble coins, coins and sticks.
These game tools, which have a double-sided structure, do not seem to have an object similar to the dice that we usually see in board games. Archaeologists said that the marks on a dice were drawn on the sticks in the published photographs.
Scientists think that the hill named Ytre Fosse was created in the Early Iron Age and this game was inspired by a Roman game called “Ludus latrunculorum”. So is there a game that this game inspires?
Archaeologists who have finished this excavation think that this activity, whose name has not yet been announced, is the pioneer of a game called “Hnefatafl” prepared for the Viking Age. Let us leave you alone with the images taken from this excavation. Have a good time.
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