Senet or senat is a board game from ancient Egypt. The earliest representation of senet is dated to c.
2620 BCE from the Mastaba of Hesy-Re, while similar boards and hieroglyphic signs are found even earlier. The game fell out of use following the Roman period, and its original rules are the subject of conjecture.How do you play the game senet? Image result for Egyptian senet game.
In Senet, you play on a board consisting of 30 squares, referred to as houses. The houses are arranged in 3 rows, with 10 houses in each row. The object of the game is to move through the board, eventually getting all your pieces off the board.To move, you move your pieces down the first row.