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  • AGA - Associazione Giochi Antichi - rouotta Community
    Philosophy Manifesto Game settings Italy Game variety rouotta Community Game communities Game settings Italy Val d Aosta rouotta Community rouotta Community Rouotta Bocce Val d Aosta Aosta Lillianes credits Associazione Giochi Antichi Via Castello San Felice 9 37128 Verona T

    Original URL path: http://www.associazionegiochiantichi.it/Comunita-ludiche/Territori-di-gioco/Italia/Val-d-Aosta/Comune-di-Lillianes.aspx (2015-08-11)
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  • AGA - Associazione Giochi Antichi - Borella community
    Our Philosophy Manifesto Game settings Italy Game variety Borella community Game communities Game settings Italy Veneto Borella community Borella community Borella Bocce Veneto Belluno Casale sul Sile credits Associazione Giochi Antichi Via Castello San Felice 9 37128 Verona T 045

    Original URL path: http://www.associazionegiochiantichi.it/Comunita-ludiche/Territori-di-gioco/Italia/Veneto/Comunita-di-Casale-sul-Sile.aspx (2015-08-11)
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  • AGA - Associazione Giochi Antichi - senturel community
    Our Philosophy Manifesto Game settings Italy Game variety senturel community Game communities Game settings Italy Veneto senturel community senturel community Senturel Bocce Veneto Verona San Zeno di Montagna credits Associazione Giochi Antichi Via Castello San Felice 9 37128 Verona T

    Original URL path: http://www.associazionegiochiantichi.it/Comunita-ludiche/Territori-di-gioco/Italia/Veneto/Comunita-di-San-Zeno-di-Montagna.aspx (2015-08-11)
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  • AGA - Associazione Giochi Antichi - Wheeled carts
    On the Modena Appenines carts can reach up to 100 km h Historical Background Since the invention of the wheel there have been many forms of carts used as a means of transportation Over the course of the centuries not only the materials and construction techniques have changed but also the number of wheels As was the case with other fundamental inventions in human history the wheel did not bring only technological advances in transport but was part of games played by both children and adults There is evidence of games that used wagons and carts in Greek and Roman civilizations kids in Ancient Greece used to play and compete with a very simple self built tool amaxis consisting of a stick ending with a fork on which was placed a wheel and used small carts to help adults transport goods findings kept at the Allard Pierson Museum in Amsterdam and the British Museum in London in ancient Rome the Patricians members of the elite class of ancient Roman society had their chariots built by skilled craftsmen war procession or race chariots used in the Ancient Rome circus made of wood or ivory and pulled by medium sized animals dogs

    Original URL path: http://www.associazionegiochiantichi.it/Giochi-tradizionali/Famiglia-dei-carrettini.aspx?lang=en-US (2015-08-11)
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  • AGA - Associazione Giochi Antichi - Wheeled carts community
    Philosophy Manifesto Game settings Italy Game variety Wheeled carts community Game communities Game settings Italy Veneto Wheeled carts community Wheeled carts community Carrettini e sfere Carrettini Veneto Verona Novaglie credits Associazione Giochi Antichi Via Castello San Felice 9 37128 Verona

    Original URL path: http://www.associazionegiochiantichi.it/Comunita-ludiche/Territori-di-gioco/Italia/Veneto/G-P--Novaglie.aspx (2015-08-11)
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  • AGA - Associazione Giochi Antichi - Cards
    the Spanish or Italian coins swords cups clubs Tarot cards were also very popular but from the 7th century onwards they were used primarily as divination cards and few games still use this particular deck However there are other types of cards with different suits and figures according to local traditions Historical Background Since the invention of paper occurred around 2 A C in China it does not come as a surprise that the first examples of cards are Chinese Ancient Chinese cards called I Ching were not only used to play but had ritual significance The first reports of card games come from minor Asia and Egypt These cards were not numerals as today s decks but represented various figures and were used for memory games It was probably thanks to the Mamluks mercenaries coming from Egypt that the game of cards spread reaching Europe towards the end of the 14th century Thanks to their cheap materials and versatility cards soon became popular among poor strata of population while courts still played with Board games more expensive and sophisticated When playing cards finally spread among the higher strata of the population courts had their decks custom designed by famous

    Original URL path: http://www.associazionegiochiantichi.it/Giochi-tradizionali/Carte.aspx?lang=en-US (2015-08-11)
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  • AGA - Associazione Giochi Antichi - Food
    food Italian culinary traditions have produced a wide variety of games Very often food related games are a way to provide raw materials without having to weigh in on the family budget It is interesting to see how some of these games are useful to improve or to verify the quality of the products Historical Background Going back to the early years of our lives we may remember our parents telling us off for playing with food In fact men have always been playing with food the most notable examples being from Ancient Rome where children used to play with walnuts hazelnuts and chestnuts In Ancient Greece adults especially from the high classes used to play Kottabos which consisted in hitting the center of a cup with the last drop of wine left in the glass Another very popular variety of game involved the use of eggs Very common for the Easter holidays these games use the egg as a symbol of rebirth and fertility Those games inspired the Christian Easter tradition and were linked to the pagan rituals of spring festivals Game communities Truc Cividale del Friuli Udine Friuli Venezia Giulia Gioco delle noci Monterosso al Mare Savona Liguria

    Original URL path: http://www.associazionegiochiantichi.it/Giochi-tradizionali/Cibo.aspx?lang=en-US (2015-08-11)
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  • AGA - Associazione Giochi Antichi - truc community
    Manifesto Game settings Italy Game variety truc community Game communities Game settings Italy Friuli Venezia Giulia truc community truc community Truc Cibo Friuli Venezia Giulia Udine Cividale del Friuli credits Associazione Giochi Antichi Via Castello San Felice 9 37128 Verona

    Original URL path: http://www.associazionegiochiantichi.it/Comunita-ludiche/Territori-di-gioco/Italia/Friuli-Venezia-Giulia/Amis-de-Grupignan.aspx (2015-08-11)
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