Three Men’s Morris Handicraft Kit – Roman Crafting Kit
The games of antiquity are fascinating – because they are simple and exciting at once!
They are especially exciting when you can create the ancient game made from real leather – great for carrying on the way, because it’s so handy and small – all by yourself! This is a great activity for the interdisciplinary subjects – Art, History, Latin… because the Roman Three Men’s Morris will amaze your pupils!
Soon, the game will be an absolute hit in the schoolyard! Maybe there will be a curious silence…
This self-created game is ideal for travelling; it fits into every traveler’s bag or backpack and is easy to assemble, so the competition for the mills can begin!
- Cut from real leather with pre-cut holes
- Real leather band
- Six gaming tokens made from real marble
- Diameter of 20 cm
- Including game instructions
- Age group: Suitable for children 6 years and older
- Painting game and game instructions
- Time frame for class: roughly 15 minutes
Play Three Men’s Morris like the old Romans did! Instructions:
Each player receives three gaming tokens of one color. They are placed and drawn alternately. Whoever is able to form a mill including the center first is the winner. Like in a common Nine Men’s Morris the goal is to create a “mill”. It’s further necessary to have: Skill and a portion of luck! Here is to success!
Roman Three Men’s Morris – Do it yourself!
The game has a diameter of roughly 20 centimeters – the leather board is already cut to that size, holes are already pierced into it. A drawing template shows how easy the game can be drawn on the leather – it’s a piece of cake! The do-it-yourself kit for Roman round Three Men’s Morris also contains six gaming tokens in two different colors made from real marble. After playing the Roman Three Men’s Morris is quickly drawn together into a handy leather pouch. The game is available in multiple colors.
Roman Three Men’s Morris: Not only a passion of the Romans!
To learn the rules quickly, the game is delivered together with detailed and easy-to-understand game instructions. That way, this historical game is a great idea as a gift to children, as well as for fans of gaming or history. Not without reason Romans had a passion for games of dice (alea)! All walks of life were “infected” by the exciting game with six-eyed buddies, from the slave up to the emperor. The Romans played dice everywhere: during banquets, in Thermae or taverns. Playing dice was always a loud and passionate event.
Have fun while crafting and playing or while gifting wishes:
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