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Hnefatafl—the Strategic Board Game of the Vikings
Bell claims that fox and geese was played already by the. Vikings and says that it was identical to the game halatafl mentioned in Grettis saga Asmundarsonar.
The History and Significance of Jumping in Games
Hala-tafl, or “Fox and. Sheep,” is a Norse game dating to at least the fourteenth century. One player controls a fox, the other a group of sheep.
Strongly Solving Fox-and-Geese on Multi-core CPU
the fox, so that it cannot move.
What the Aesch is That?
Viking Age. It may be the game called Halatafl mentioned in Grettis Saga. The game is a contest between one Fox and 13 Geese.
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Varhaisin maininta Kettu ja hanhet-pelistéi ( Hala-tafl = the Fox game, Lupo e peeore.

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Fox games - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
File:The fox game.jpg - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Description, The fox game.jpg.
Halatafl - The Fox Game - XMission
'Halatafl -- The Fox Game' is the most ancient form of 'Fox and Geese', one of It is mentioned in the Icelandic Sagas as 'Halatafl' which means 'The Fox Game'.
Fox and Geese and Halatafl - Fox Games of Midieval Europe
Fox and Geese and Halatafl. Fox Games of Midieval Europe. cover.
Tafl, Tablut, Fox and Geese - The Online Guide to Traditional Games

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