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58 Holes (Hounds and Jackals)
Ruleset: Crossover 4

Game

See the game 58 Holes for more details.

Period(s)

Ancient

Region(s)

Central Asia, Southern Asia, Western Asia

Summary

Most complex crossover board.

Description

Board with many connections between the two "tracks" on the board.

Rules

Lines connecting hole 1 with hole 5 in the other row, hole 6 connected with hole 6 in the other row, hole 7 is connected to hole 9 in the other row, hole 10 is connected to hole 10 in the other row. Hole 11 is connected to hole 14 in the opposite arc, hole 15 is connected to hole 10, hole 20 is connected to hole 6, hole 25 is connected to hole 5.

Concepts

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Reference

Finkel 2020: 50-51.

Other Rulesets

Reconstructed rulesets
Parallel Connections Boards have lines which connect holes in the same track. do not connect tracks on the board
Unmarked Boards have no markings.
Marked Holes Certain holes are marked.
Crossover 1 Simple version with lines crossing between tracks.
Crossover 2 Crossover lines include the outer arc.
Crossover 3 Crossover board with more connections between the central lines and the outer arc.
Labyrinth 58 holes with a "labyrinth" of extra holes around the goal.

Suggested rulesets
Carnarvon and Carter Proposed by Lord Carnarvon and Howard Carter.

Origin

Iran

Evidence Map

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Identifiers

DLP.GameRulesets.1527

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