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Evidence for Double 20 Squares

3 pieces of evidence found.

Id DLP.Evidence.461
Type Artifact
Game 20 Squares
Location 33°11'44.19"N, 44°36'40.71"E
Date 0900-01-01BCE - 0801-12-31BCE
Rules 3x4 board with 8 square extension of central row, doubled so the boards connect on the extensions, markings in squares 4 (x2), 8, 12, 16, 20 on both sides.
Content Double 20 Squares game board found in a habitation space at Bismaya. Banks 1912: 355.
Confidence 100
Source Banks, E.J. 1912. Bismaya, or the Lost City of Adab. New York and London.

Id DLP.Evidence.478
Type Artifact
Game 20 Squares
Location 25°43'47.10"N, 32°38'40.93"E
Date 1600-01-01BCE - 0901-12-31BCE
Rules 3x4 board with 8 square extension of central row, doubled so the boards connect at the extensions, markings in squares 4(x2), 8, 12, 16, 20.
Content Double 20 Squares game board found in an elite tomb at Kurna. Mond 1904: 98.
Confidence 100
Source Mond, R. 1904. Report of the work done in the Gebel ash-sheikh Abd-el-Kurneh at Thebes. Annales du Service des antiquités de l’Égypte 5: 97–104.

Id DLP.Evidence.518
Type Artifact
Game 20 Squares
Location Ancient Egypt
Date 1700-01-01BCE - 1501-12-31BCE
Rules 3x4 board with 8 square extension of central row doubled and connected at the ends of the central row, markings in squares 4, 8, 12, 16, 20.
Content Double 20 Squares game board from Egypt. Refat 1972.
Confidence 100
Source Refat, W. 1972. Le jeu de trente cases dans l’Égypte ancienne. Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation. Université libre, Brussels, Belgium.

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