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Five Men's Morris (Fivepenny Morris, Five Pin Morris, Fipenny Morrell)

Period(s)

Modern

Region(s)

Northern Europe

Categories

Board, Space, Line.

Description

Five Men's Morris is attested in the seventeenth century, but it is possible that it was played earlier than this. It is played on a Six Men's Morris board, but each player has five pieces. Otherwise, the rules are the same as for Six Men's Morris.

Rules

None. Probably similar to other Morris or merels games.

DLP evidence.

All Rulesets

Suggested rulesets
Cyningstan Suggested on the website Cyningstan.
Murray Suggested by H. J. R. Murray.

Origin

Europe

Ludeme Description

Five Men's Morris.lud

Reference

Murray 1951: 43

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Sources

Hyde, T. 1694. De Ludis Orientalibus Libri Duo: Historia Nerdiludii, hoc est Dicere, Trunculorum, cum quibuidam aliis Arabum, Persarum, Indorum, Chinensium, & aliarum Gentium Ludis tam Politicis quam Bellicis, plerumque Europae inauditis, multo minus visis: additis omnium Nominibus in dictarum Gentium Linguis. Ubi etiam Classicorum Graecorum & Latinorum loca quaedam melius quam hactenus factum est explicantur. Oxford: E Theatro Sheldoniano.

Murray, H.J.R. 1951 A History of Board-Games Other Than Chess. Oxford: Clarendon Press.

Reference ID

DLP.Game.63

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