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    Kolmjalg maailmapuu tähisena võis vabalt olla ka mängureaalsuse keskme kuninga sümboliks Kolmjalakujulise õhukesest pronksplekist pealdisega luust kuninganuppe on teada ka mujalt Alumist serva ümbritseb kahest paralleeljoonest suletud rõngas Kas see on Maailmamadu või kiivri metallrant Kas nupugrafiti lõplik vormistamine jäi

    Original URL path: http://muinsuskaitse.ee/salme/05.htm (2015-10-17)
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    that was created by cutting the piece off the main part of the femur this side lacked almost any finishing The diameter of the game pieces ranged from 3 6 to 4 6 cm and the heights varied from 1 7 to 3 6 cm Together with the game pieces several dices were found At the time when the Viking world was developing and the Salme boat sailed a board game called hnefatafl and its variations became very popular The game was to be played by two people it was supposedly simple but required a lot of skills and time it offered gambling thrill and entertainment and was widespread among the nobles and their companions The Viking paradise Valhalla also offered fallen soldiers board games as one of their favourite activities along with brawling weapons and feasting In the middle of the 18 th century the Swedish natural scientist Carl Linnaeus or Karl von Linné 1707 1778 aw local Lapp people playing a board game that to him as an analyst at once resembled hnefatafl In the game tablut one king and eight Swedes were fighting on the battle field with 16 Muscovites Also other variations of the hnefatal had a similar proportion of defenders and attackers The number of quadrates on the board and game pieces could vary The enemy started its attack to capture the king from the sides of the game board The king was safe if he could manoeuvre himself with the help of his companions to a board corner The number of moves was determined by the throw of the dice The game pieces moved like the rook in the present chess game i e only horizontally or vertically They never went to the corners nor to the king s throne in the centre The

    Original URL path: http://muinsuskaitse.ee/salme/VASAKeng.htm (2015-10-17)
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    to watch 3D images click the images below BEGINNING game piece 1 game piece 2 game piece 3 game piece 4 game piece 5

    Original URL path: http://muinsuskaitse.ee/salme/PAREM-eng.htm (2015-10-17)
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    piece off the main part of the femur this side lacked almost any finishing The diameter of the game pieces ranged from 3 6 to 4 6 cm and the heights varied from 1 7 to 3 6 cm Together with the game pieces several dices were found At the time when the Viking world was developing and the Salme boat sailed a board game called hnefatafl and its variations became very popular The game was to be played by two people it was supposedly simple but required a lot of skills and time it offered gambling thrill and entertainment and was widespread among the nobles and their companions The Viking paradise Valhalla also offered fallen soldiers board games as one of their favourite activities along with brawling weapons and feasting In the middle of the 18 th century the Swedish natural scientist Carl Linnaeus or Karl von Linné 1707 1778 aw local Lapp people playing a board game that to him as an analyst at once resembled hnefatafl In the game tablut one king and eight Swedes were fighting on the battle field with 16 Muscovites Also other variations of the hnefatal had a similar proportion of defenders and attackers The number of quadrates on the board and game pieces could vary The enemy started its attack to capture the king from the sides of the game board The king was safe if he could manoeuvre himself with the help of his companions to a board corner The game pieces moved like the rook in the present chess game i e only horizontally or vertically They never went to the corners nor to the king s throne in the centre The whale bone king was considerably bigger than any other game piece its surface was decorated with a complicated

    Original URL path: http://muinsuskaitse.ee/salme/VASAK2eng.htm (2015-10-17)
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    dragon s head forming the shape of a cross Experiments with modern material and different cutting tools proved that lines that were closest to the original sufficiently fine deep and carinal were achieved by scraping the surface with flint or by cutting A steel needle left a mark that was wider and round A quenched and sharpened fine needle breaks easily and requires new special treatment a flint stone on

    Original URL path: http://muinsuskaitse.ee/salme/01eng.htm (2015-10-17)
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    and the snake are supplemented with contours of a wriggling snake Also Scandinavian pictographs from later periods of the Vendel and the Viking Age sometimes depict the motif of an elk fighting with the snake According to Olaus Magnus 1490 1557 a Swedish diplomat and writer sakes and billygoats probably reference to reindeer were eternal archenemies The billygoats hit sakes out of their hiding places with their claws trampled them

    Original URL path: http://muinsuskaitse.ee/salme/02eng.htm (2015-10-17)
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    piece 3 An elk s head decorated with boat shaped antlers can be recognised The snake is absent The surface of the game piece is severely worn and damaged by

    Original URL path: http://muinsuskaitse.ee/salme/03eng.htm (2015-10-17)
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    roots have left noticeable traces on the game piece however fragments of boat shaped antlers and the contour of an elk s neck may be distinguished on the upper part

    Original URL path: http://muinsuskaitse.ee/salme/04eng.htm (2015-10-17)
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