The Roman game called duodecim scripta, or of the twelve-lines, corresponds in its essential rules to our tric-trac, called of the Anglo-Saxon backgammon countries, and was much practiced by the Romans especially in the imperial age. The game was played using a table, almost always made of marble, where words of 6 letters each were written, each one representing a square on the duodecim scripta playing board.
Numerous tables have been found by archaeologists and have come down to us, testifying to the popularity of this game.
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