In 1926, Sir Leonard Woolley uncovered what may be the oldest board game ever found. Taken from an ancient royal cemetery, the game as become known as the Royal Game of Ur. It’s a "running fight” game over 5,000 years old — a race as well as a capturing game. This version is rendered on a 4-inch square wood board, using cribbage pegs for pieces. Made in the USA for 2 players ages 10+.