Ancient Egyptian "Game of twenty spaces". Quite often, this board is on the back of the box dedicated to the game Senet.

Ancient Egyptian "Game of twenty spaces". Quite often, this board is on the back of the box dedicated to the game Senet.

Ancient Egyptian "Game of twenty spaces". Quite often, this board is on the back of the box dedicated to the game Senet.

Ancient Egyptian "Game of twenty spaces". Quite often, this board is on the back of the box dedicated to the game Senet.

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sporadicq: “Senet Gaming Board Inscribed for Amenhotep III with Separate Sliding Drawer, Brooklyn Museum, New York City. This board and these gaming pieces were used to play the game the Egyptians.

Senet. The ancient Egyptian game of Senet is a bit like ludo, but more complicated. Two players with 7 pieces each try to get them all off the board. Stick dice are thrown and the pieces moved around the board in an S-shape. The last few squares have special patterns on and all of these have to be landed on exactly. If a player lands on the fourth to last 'water' square they have to go back to the beginning.

The ancient Egyptians loved playing board games. The most popular game played was called Senet. Senet was a little bit like ludo, but more complicated.

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