Nine Men's Morris is a strategy board game for two players that emerged from the Roman Empire. The game is also known as Nine Man Morris, Mill, Mills, The Mill Game, Merels, Merrills, Merelles, Marelles, Morelles and Ninepenny Marl in English. It has also been called Cowboy Checkers. Nine Men's Morris is a solved game in which either player can force the game into a draw. Three other variants of Nine Men's Morris are Three-, Six- and Twelve-Men's Morris. The board consists of a grid with twenty-four intersections or points. Each player has nine pieces, or "men", usually colored black and white. Players try to form 'mills'— three of their own men lined horizontally or vertically—allowing a player to remove an opponent's man from the game. A player wins by reducing the opponent to two pieces (where he could no longer form mills and thus be unable to win), or by leaving him without a legal move.

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Our board measures 11 3/16" W x 11 3/16" L x 3/4" T. Includes board, rules, black velvet drawstring pouch, and 18 glass marbles (9 ebony, 9 ivory).

Shown in Red Oak with a Cherry finish.

CHOKING HAZARD: Not for children under the age of 5.

Ludus Latrunculorum, latrunculi, or simply latrones (“the game of brigands”, from latrunculus, diminutive of latro, mercenary or highwayman) was a two-player strategy board game played throughout the Roman Empire. It is said to resemble chess or draughts, but is generally accepted to be a game of military tactics.

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Our board measures 10 7/16" W x 11 7/16" L x 3/4" T. Includes board, rules, black velvet drawstring pouch, and 32 glass marbles (16 ebony, 16 ivory).

Shown in Red Oak with a Medium Reddish Brown finish.

CHOKING HAZARD: Not for children under 5 years old

English Solitaire is a board game for one player involving movement of pieces on a board. The objective is to eliminate all but one game piece. The first evidence of the game can be traced back to the court of Louis XIV, and the specific date of 1687, with an engraving made that year by Claude Auguste Berey of Anne de Rohan-Chabot, Princess of Soubise, with the puzzle by her side.

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Our board measures 9 3/8" in diameter x 3/4" T. Includes board, rules, black velvet drawstring pouch, and 32 glass marbles (ivory).

Shown in Red Oak with an Antique Cherry Brown finish.

CHOKING HAZARD: Not for children under the age of 5.

The game of Fighting Serpents (Kolowis Awithlaknannai) or Fighting Snakes is an ancient Native American game played in a similar way to draughts.

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Our board measures 11 1/4 W" x 5 3/4" L x 3/4" T. Includes board, rules, black velvet drawstring pouch, and 28 red oak playing pieces (14 medium reddish brown, 14 clear red oak).

Shown in Red Oak with a Clear finish.

CHOKING HAZARD: Not for Children under the age of 5.

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