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* Jonchet

(JOT-4002)

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Description:
* Flat rod , tapering slightly towards the ends of one side arondie section , having on the two different sides incised marks , may be numbers .

Material: bronze

Equivalence:
Soubeyroux 2012.

Comments:
     Attributed to an ancient form of the game Jonchet ( better known under the modern name of " Mikado " ) these tapered rods marked numbers that may play a role in the scoring of each player.

Attributions: play (Domain: socio-cultural)

Suggested chronology: 150 / 350



Occurences:
1: Châteaubleau, La Justice (77), 2005, L. 149mm, marquage XII et XIII ; vers 225/350 (Soubeyroux 2012, fig. 2)
2: Dehlingen, Gurtelbach (67), dépôt de bronzier, Bât. A, fragment tordu, L. act. 27mm ; 250/275 (com. P. Nusslein)
3: Touquin, Villarceaux (77), L. 140mm; vers 150/200 (fouilles Dynarif; Soubeyroux 2012, fig. 3)
4-15: Tournus (71) en 1844, 12 ex., marquages divers; L. max. 162,5mm (Boucher et al. 1980, n°435) (12 ex.)


Bibliography:
Soubeyroux 2012: S. Soubeyroux, Deux tiges incisées, en alliage cuivreux, découvertes en Seine-et-Marne (F). Instrumentum n°36, déc. 2012, 30.



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Châteaubleau, La Justice (77), 2005, L. 149mm, marquage XII et XIII ; vers 225/350 (Soubeyroux 2012, fig. 2)

Tournus (71) en 1844, 12 ex., marquages divers; L. max. 162,5mm (Boucher et al. 1980, n°435) (12 ex.)

Touquin, Villarceaux (77), L. 140mm; vers 150/200 (fouilles Dynarif; Soubeyroux 2012, fig. 3)