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https://www.jstor.org/..... 羅馬桌遊 除了喜巴辣賭錢跟D20之外的
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掰噗~
2 months ago
有看有推(highfive)
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2 months ago
Nine Men’s Morris 這款好像比較常被提到
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TABULA (BOARD OR PLANK) - BACKGAMMON
Greco-Roman game which is the direct ancestor of modern backgammon, and a variant of much older versions of backgammon.
TESSERAE (DICE
A gambling game that involved rolling die, very similar to the die we have today (opposite sides adding to seven).
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TERNI LAPILLI (THREE GRAINS)- ROMAN TIC TAC TOE
Although we cannot truly know when the game was first played, many grids have been discovered chalked into walls and floors in Rome.
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TALI (KNUCKLEBONES) - DICE
This game originated in Egypt, however, it was later adopted by Roman and Greek society. The die were first made from the knucklebones of sheep, hence the name.
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NUX (NUTS) - MARBLES
A Roman game for children which was mainly played during the Winter Solstice Festival; when kids would receive bags of nuts and marbles in order to play something similar to Ring Taw or Archboard.
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LATRUNCULI (FROM LATRUNCLUS, MEANING MERCENARY OR HIGHWAYMAN) - ROMAN CHESS
An early Roman form of chess played on a stone board, also known as Pebbles; it differed from chess because although the pawns’ movement was the same, there was no variation between types of pieces.
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CALCULI (CALCULATION) - ROMAN CHECKERS
Another Roman game played with the same pieces and board as Latrunculi; the object of the game was to diagonally connect five stones or pieces together in a line.
我記得很久以前還聽過一款叫「元老院」的桌遊,似乎是羅馬官職的晉升遊戲(?),不過只有聽過沒玩過
這類升官遊戲的好像也蠻多民族都有的XDDDDDDDD
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