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The playing pieces: These were found scattered about the
chamber - some of them in the Antechamber (during the 1922-23
2. Ivory knuckle-bones (see No. 46, X). <> Nat. size.
2. Pairs of playing-sticks, of oval form and 17.5 cents in
length; resembling the sticks of the modern Arab game called
'El-Tab'(<>). One pair have their ends in the form of a human
finger; the second pair have the ends in the form of fox's
heads; both pairs are composed of black-ebony on the upper
half, and white ivory on the lower half, thus: -
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details engraved & filled in with a light-yellow pigment.