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Senet is most likely the oldest known board game in the world.
In 2004, archaeologists discovered a gameboard in the ancient city of Shahr-e Sukhteh in Iran resembling the game of Backgammon.
The pieces come in two types: small spheres similar to marbles and ivory pieces in the shapes of lions and lionesses.
Mehen’s exact rules and gameplay are unkown, but historians believe that up to six people were able to play the game.
The game’s rules changed as it was played in different countries and the oldest game with rules almost identical to modern Backgammon was called “tabula” from the Byzantine Empire in Greece dating back to around 480 AD.
Checkers also called Draughts is one of the oldest board games in the world that is still played today.