Emily Landau propose sur le site “CANE : The Classical Association of New England” une sélection de jeux de plateaux mettant en scène de façon astucieuse l’antiquité :
I can’t think of any grand introduction today, so let’s just dive right in and talk about board games set in ancient Rome. If you’re not a member of the board game scene, you might be surprised to learn just how deep that rabbit hole goes. Pretty much every imaginable setting has been board-game-ified in some way or another, with classical history being particularly well represented. Here are five excellent historical games to get you started, whether for your classroom, school classics club, spoken Latin conference, or just game night at home.
Games are listed in order of complexity, from lowest to highest. All are rated as appropriate for ages twelve and up.
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