Ludus Latrunculorum - large oak board One of the oldest and most tactical board games £35.00 Currently out of stock - please contact us for further info 0 in your basket View Basket Checkout Large version of Ludus Latrunculorum, 3/4" oak board, 11" x 10", with ceramic playing pieces. The game was very popular in Roman times, played on boards with varying numbers of squares. Comes with rules and historical notes. Click here for information on the game of Ludus Latrunculorum. Oak board, 11" x 10"; of 9 x 10 squares Ceramic counters; 18 each of terracotta and buff Pieces supplied in drawstring pouch With full rules and historical notes Our boards are made of quarter-sawn oak, each with their own distinctive figuring; so the board supplied may differ slightly from that shown in the picture. Historic Period or Date: Roman Materials and Special Features: Quarter-sawn oak board Fired clay pieces, marked with a cross on reverse Drawstring pouch for playing pieces Dimensions: Board: 11" x 10" x 3/4" Squares: 1" Ceramic pieces c. 3/4" to 7/8"