This is a very simple two-player game from Roman times.
Each player has three markers that are a different color
than the other player’s. A sample of the game
board and starting positions is shown below.
Object of the Game: Get your three
markers in a row. They can be along a straight line
or next to each other on the circle.
Player Turns: On your turn, your
opponent will draw a history card and read the question.
To be eligible to advance a marker, you must correctly
answer whether the event occurred during ancient,
medieval or modern times. Moves are made in turn and
only along a line or curve. Markers move to the next
line junction, unless that space is occupied, in which
case the player may move to the next space, but only
over one marker. The first person to get three markers
in a row is the winner.