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- Liubo (Chinese: 六博 or 陸博; pinyin: liù bó; Wade–Giles: liu po; literally: "six sticks") is an ancient Chinese board game pla**** by two players. For the...
- while others believe that they could also be used to play the boardgame of liubo. TLV mirrors are circular. At their centers is a circular boss inset on...
- Detail of a mural from an Eastern Han tomb near Luoyang, Henan showing a pair of Liubo players, containing both Han blue and Han purple pigments...
- Lyubov Isaakovna Axelrod (born Emther Axelrod; Russian: Любо́вь (Эмтер) Исаа́ковна Аксельро́д, penname Orthodox Russian: Ортодо́кс; 1868–1946) was a Russian...
- Henan province; the two figures in the foreground are playing liubo, with the playing mat between them, and the liubo game board to the side of the mat....
- next turn. India portal Strategy games portal Chess in early literature Liubo Origins of chess "The History Of Chess". ChessZone. Retrieved 29 March 2011...
- his palace using slaves as playing pieces. The extinct Chinese board game liubo was invented no later than the middle of the 1st millennium BCE, and was...
- 5,000 years ago. Chess, Pachisi and Chaupar originated in India. Go and Liubo originated in China. Shax originated in Somalia. Bao (mancala game) is still...
- chart for bloodletting based on the Luoshu square. The Luoshu, the Hetu, liubo boards, sundials, Han diviner's boards (shì 式) and luopan for fengs****,...
- • 1804–1811 Jiang Wubo • 1811–1823 Song • 1823–1838 Liu Taiji • 1838–1842 Gu Liubo • 1842–1843 Xie Guifang • 1843–1845 Ye Teng**** • 1845–1848 Liu Ganxing • 1848–1876...
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