hist-games: Nine men's morris

Christian Joachim Hartmann lukian at Null.net
Mon Aug 31 07:15:15 PDT 1998


At 17:31 29.08.98 +0100, Bill wrote:
>Turf - "the nine mens morris is filled up with mud" Bill Shakespere

These Shakespeare allusions come up again and again
being given different meaning every time.

I think that the "nine men's morris" was either
a dancing greens or maybe, maybe a turf maze.

A life-size game of morris on a board cut into turf would be beyond
our knowledge.


**       Christian Joachim Hartmann 
**       lukian at Null.net
**       christian.hartmann at uni-duesseldorf.de

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