Tables or Backgammon - The Historic Games Shop

Welcome to the Tables Games section of The Historic Games Shop. We hope you'll enjoy looking at the games, and, if you'd like to know more about them, you might like to visit our YouTube channel, and watch our latest video, which discuses the evolution of Tables games from the Roman period to the eighteenth century.

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A curiosity from Alfonso X's Book of Games
Common design of dice from the Tudor period onwards
Wooden 2-row version of the game, with glass oculi counters
Wooden 3-row version of a popular Roman game board; with wooden playing pieces and bone dice
A typical eighteenth century box backgammon board
Oak board with box and yew inlay
A board from the period when true Backgammon first appears
Oak board with inlaid points, based on the Mary Rose find
Common design of dice from the Tudor period onwards