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Board game. During quieter periods the Vikings played board games, which were a popular pastime at all levels of society. Preserved gaming pieces and boards show how highly the Vikings valued such activities. Attractive games boards were made of wood, featuring elaborate carvings, whilst the pieces were mainly made from stone, wood and bone. Glass, antler and amber were also used for gaming pieces, together with materials of foreign origin, such as ivory and walrus tusk.

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dragonageconfessions.tumblr: I’ve always thought of specializations of magic being like fields of medicine or anthropology: each one so sprawling and diversified that even the best mages are only competent in one or two areas. I can just imagine Solas, Dorian, and...

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Stone Age village props, Stoyan Stoyanov on ArtStation at http://www.artstation.com/artwork/stone-age-village-props

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Amazon.com: Stone Age: The Expansion Board Game: Toys & Games

Stone Age: The Expansion Board Game Z-Man Games