The Royal Game of Ur

Board games are not a privilege of modern times. The royal game of ur is dated from 2600 and 2400 BC. Many boards were found at the Royal Tombs of Ur in Mesopotamia (modern Iraq)  in September 1922 by the  British archaeologist Leonard Woolley among other treasures. The rules of the game could be decoded by ancient writings. A project was designed for the British Museum in London by Odessa Design (photo). The idea is to engage the public into playing

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If you visit London, you must go to the British Museum, it worth at least a 3 hour visit. You can have an idea of what waiting you  by  visiting the site The admission is free.

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