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Archaeologists find Roman Iron Age board game in Norway (www.lifeinnorway.net)

Norwegian archaeologists chose to excavate the remains of a small Early Iron Age grave cairn in western Norway, where amidst the fragments of pottery and burnt glass, they found a surprise: rare Roman Iron Age dice and board game pieces.

 

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