Medieval Chess & Board Games
During its long history chess has made many advancements until it became the game as we know it now. Medieval forms, however, are still fun to play and may be a pleasant respite from the ordinary. Board games such as Fithneal, Alea Evangelia, Mankala, Fox and Geese and Nine Man Morris were enjoyed in Europe, Africa and colonial America over the centuries and are still popular today. More and more people are returning to the gaming pleasures of our ancestors.