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Ancient Egyptian D20 Die

Image: The Metropolitan Museum of Art

When ancient Egyptians play Dungeons & Dragons with this D20 die above, we betcha they played with real dungeons! The Metropolitan Museum of Art has a nifty collection of the Ptolemaic Period (304 - 30 B.C.) dice, carved out of serpentinite rock: Link - via CNET's Crave

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Reminds me of the Men In Black comic. Some kids playing D&D had somehow come into the possession of a ritual die from Tibet and wound up summoning a demon.
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