The oldest game in the Netherlands comes from Limburg
In the thermal baths museum in Heerlen, whose masterpiece is the remains of a Roman bathhouse, the remains of something resembling a game have been found. This could well be the oldest board game in the Netherlands! But how do you find out the rules of a game so old that no one knows them anymore? Researcher Cameron Browne uses artificial intelligence to reconstruct the rules. He tells about it in the TV program Atlas.
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