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The Comoros: a confluence of board game histories

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Ancient American Board Games, I: From Teotihuacan to the Great Plains

–147. Culin, S. (1896). “Chess and Playing-cards”. In: Annual Report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution … for the year ending June 30, 1896 (= Report of the U.S. National Museum) vol. ii, 1898, pp. 665–942. Reprint New York, 1976. Culin, S. (1907). Games of the North American Indians . Washington, D.C. (24th Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology, 1902–1903). Reprint New York, 1975; 1986. de Voogt, A., A.-E. Dunn-Vaturi, and J. W. Eerkens (2013). “Cultural transmission in the Ancient Near East: twenty squares and fifty

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