[Fwd: hist-games: 12th C board games]

esugenas esugenas at jps.net
Mon Sep 20 06:58:31 PDT 1999



esugenas wrote:

> Yes.  There was also Nard (Backgammon without the doubling cube, and double movement for double dice rolls) which was
> quite popular.  In RG Bells, Board and Table Games, there's a notation that they've found a case similar to a
> suitcase, that has Nard on the inside, Morris on one of the outsides, and Chess on the other.
>
> That's pretty generic Europe.  As for other games, where about are you talking about?
>
> Esugenas
> esugenas at jps.net
>
> Catherine Mensforth wrote:
>
> > Does anyone know of any board games played in the 12th century other than chess, nine mans morris and fox & geese?
> >
> > catherine
> >
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