Hnefatafl

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Tafl Games
... Hnefatafl and Tawlbwrdd) may have employed dice ... Versions of Tafl, comprising Hnefatafl, Alea Evangelii, Tawlbwrdd (Wales), Brandubh, Ard Ri and Tablut, were played across much of Northern Europe from earlier than 400 CE until it ... However, Hnefatafl became the preferred term for the game in Scandinavia by the end of the Viking Age, to distinguish it from other board games, such as Skáktafl (chess), Kvatrutafl (Tables) and Halatafl (F ...
Brandubh - Tafl Variants
... Hnefatafl was a popular game in medieval Scandinavia and was mentioned in several of the Norse Sagas ... have contributed to controversy over the possible use of dice in playing hnefatafl ... Archaeological and literary sources indicate Hnefatafl may have been played on a 13×13 or an 11×11 board ...
Breakthru (board Game)
... of the Tafl games of the Middle Ages, such as Hnefatafl ... As in Hnefatafl, the game features unevenly matched teams with different objectives ... battle analogous to the siege gameplay of Hnefatafl ...
Brandubh - Legacy
... In 2008, Hnefatafl was revived by Peter Kelly in the island of Fetlar in Shetland, where the annual World Quickplay Hnefatafl Championships are now held each summer under the auspices of the ...