In the past people were not afraid of a game. Before the use of plastic, many dice were made in bone. These bone dice have a point circle decoration. This way of applying dots was already in use by the Greeks and the Romans. Numerous archaeological finds show us that the technique was also used in the Middle Ages and in more recent times.
Recreate the famous Arc de Triomphe from Paris in wood. The construction of the triumphal arch started in 1806 under Napoleon. Now it is a memorial in memory of the First World War. The Arc de Triomphe is based on ancient Roman triumphal arches.
Senet is a board game that dates back to Ancient Egypt. The Royal Game of Ur, on the other hand, is a board game from the Sumerian civilization (4000 to 2000 BC). In both games, you must be the first to get your pawns to the end point.
With the detailed step-by-step instructions, you can glue the 750 plaster bricks together into an impressive whole.
The materials are reusable. Flood the structure for a few minutes and you can start over. Because the glue dissolves in water, the structure falls apart. Dry the building blocks and start again, or make them into a structure of your own choice.
The Maya civilization originated in Central America and dates back to 2000 BC. to 1539 BC.
Ceramics and wood pull rolling horse made after a Roman example found in a childrens tomb in Treviso, Italy. The Roman pull rolling horse is dated at the end of the 2nd or in the 3rd century AD. The original item is found in the Museo Archeologico Eno Bellis.
This candle holder is a reference to the bossed beaker. These are glass beakers that occur in late 16th-century or 17th-century archaeological contexts. The wall of the bossed beaker is decorated with a relief pattern in the form of drops, tears, diamonds, warts or … bosses. Just like with this candle holder.