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ca. 1970-1995, Harappa Museum, Pakistan --- Chess Board, Pakistan --- Indus Valley Civilization loved games and toys. Flat stones with engraved grid markings and playing pieces have been found, which shows that the Indus people may have played an early form of chess. Dice cubes with six sides and spots have also been found by archaeologists, which suggest that they may have invented the dice too.

BBC - Primary History - Indus Valley - Games and ToysPeople in the Indus Valley played board games like this, moving pieces between squares.

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21 Ideas For Energy-Boosting Breakfast Toasts

21 Ideas For Energy-Boosting Breakfast Toasts

Let's called it Green Monster toast, because it's the deconstructed version of your favorite green smoothie. I used alfalfa and radish spouts, which is a great mixture because it adds a horseradish-y spice, but you can use whatever's your favorite. Smash the avocado and spread evenly; the other ingredients stick better to the toast this way.

Let's called it Green Monster toast, because it's the deconstructed version of your favorite green smoothie. I used alfalfa and radish spouts, which is a great mixture because it adds a horseradish-y spice, but you can use whatever's your favorite. Smash the avocado and spread evenly; the other ingredients stick better to the toast this way.

21 Ideas For Energy-Boosting Breakfast Toasts

21 Ideas For Energy-Boosting Breakfast Toasts

Pu'abi or Shab'ad "The Sumerian princess" : Jewelry and headdress of gold and imported precious stones such as carnelian and lapis lazuli from India and Afghanistan. From the Royal Cemetery of Ur. Early Dynastic, ca. 2400 BC. The National Museum of Iraq - Baghdad

Pu'abi or Shab'ad "The Sumerian princess" : Jewelry and headdress of gold and imported precious stones such as carnelian and lapis lazuli from India and Afghanistan. Royal Cemetery of Ur. The National Museum of Iraq - Baghdad