Wooden made handcrafted by skilled Egyptian hands. Snet is a board game from ancient Egypt. The earliest representation of a senet dates from around 2620 BC from the mastaba of Hesse-Re while similar stela and hieroglyphic signs have been found even earlier. The game fell out of use after Roman times, and its original rules are a matter of conjecture. The Senet game board is a grid of 30 squares, arranged in three rows of ten.The senet board contains two sets of pawns (at least five of each). Although the details of the original game's rules are subject to some conjecture, historians Timothy Kendall and RC Bell have reconstructed their own rules of the game. These rules are based on excerpts from texts spanning more than a millennium, during which time gameplay has likely changed. Therefore, these rules are unlikely to reflect the exact course of the ancient Egyptian game. Their rules are endorsed by vendors of modern sennet kits.
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