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The gaming board from Nassenfels (Lkr. Eichstätt) can be associated with the ludus XII scriptorum. In view of the execution of the triangles on the playing field the author only knows of one parallel, i.e. a gaming board in Autun (Sâone-et- Loire/F). The gaming board was incised in a tile laid out for drying, hastily but by all means with a trained hand. It served as distraction for the workers in the tilery until the building tile was delivered. In a villa in Möckenlohe (Lkr. Eichstätt) rectdoi:10.11588/ak.2011.3.21789 fatcat:svdzjfclcbflflgctkucffop24