Mills

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Mills

Mills, al­so known as Nine men’s mor­ris is a very old and tra­di­tion­al strat­e­gy game. Al­though this game was be­ing played in the Ro­man Em­pire, some sim­i­lar boards have been found in an egyp­tian tem­ple dat­ing back to 1400 BCE.

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This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://constructarca.de/game/mills/
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