Ancient Indus Civilization games and game pieces.

Two Gaming Pieces

This excerpt refers to mound F excavations in Extension Ab. "Another trial trench which had to be cut through a thick layer of earth and debris revealed a huge mass of broken earthen vessels of different shapes and designs varying in size from small


Note that the conical piece in the lower left is likely not a gaming piece but a pointed cone. Dr. Kenoyer writes (Ancient Cities, p. 120). "In most cultures, ritual games are used for predicting the future or educating children about social and