Ancient game of SENET. The Ancient Game of Kings.
This is the ancient Egyptian game of SENET.
This is considered by many to likely be the first board game, dating back to as far as 3100 BC. There were four Senet boards of various sizes and materials found in the tomb of King Tutankhamen by Howard Carter in 1922, so it was clearly a favorite pastime for the young King.
This amazing recreation of that historic game carries all of the aesthetics of the original boards from thousands of years ago. The board measures 12" inches long, 4.5" inches tall on it's carriage and 4" wide. It comes as shown, with game board, carriage (which includes the game rules engraved in the carriage surface), four Egyptian Dice, also known as casting sticks and 10 pawns.
Each one of these is hand assembled to ensure quality.
This is the game you have been waiting for, giving you the incredible Egyptian aesthetic as well as historic and strategic game play.
Please note: The pawns for this game currently come in black and white. The colors shown in the photo are not available at this time due to a supply chain issue with the resins used to create the pawns.