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Javas Roe /Ancient Sacred Arts / Egypt

 - 'Szenet'
 
Táblajáték
 
" Hogy beléphessen az Alvilágba s kijuthasson onnan
Itt kezdõdnek  a hódolat himnuszai, melyek akkor mondandók el, mikor az elhunyt, miután megvált testétõl, belép a dicsõséges Alvilágba a gyönyörû Amentibe;
akkor mondandók el, midõn kilép a nappal teljes világosságába és bármely tetszõleges forma felöltésére képessé válik.
Ezután Senet játékkal múlathatja az idõt egy csarnokban ülve, vagy eleven lélekként hosszú utazásokat tehet."
/Bánfalvi András/





 
faience glazed tiles with painted hieroglyphs
Senet board game

Size: 29 cm x 15cm

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Szenet játék
 
tartalmaz:

                  mázazott bábuk (5/5 darab) és hozzávaló dobó "pálcák" (4darab)
játékszabály
 
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About Egyptian Senet gameboard

The oldest remnants of any ancient board game ever unearthed however
are those of
Senet, found in Predynastic and First Dynasty burials of Egypt,
circa 3500 BC and
3100 BC respectively.The name "senet" derives from
the ancient Egyptian zn.t, later
sn.t or sni.t, meaning "passing,". The full
name of the game was - zn.t n.t H'b -,
the "passing game". Senet is also
featured in a
painting from the tomb of Merknera.
 
Through much of Egyptian history, the senet game had two usages:

 1. secular and recreational, in which it was played for fun and enjoyment
by two
players; 2. sacred and spiritual, in which it was performed probably
by a single person
(in the manner of solitaire) for a religious purpose.
The game probably but not
necessarily started out as a recreational pastime.
Then ultimately, the Egyptians added
a religious dimension to it, and
hereafter the two aspects co-existed side-by-side
through Egyptian
history. In ancient Egypt the Senet was a talisman for the journey of the

dead. Because of the element of luck in the game and the Egyptian belief
in determinism,
it was believed that a successful player was under the
protection of the major gods: Ra,
Thoth, and Osiris. Senet boards were
often placed in the tombs alongside other useful
objects for the journey
through the afterlife and the game is referred to in
Chapter XVII of the
Book of the Dead.
(Piccione)

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