Tesserae

(Latin) a Roman dice game; the Romans called the six sided marked dice tesserae, but they also had a type of dice with only four marked faces called tali; the only difference between Roman dice and modern dice is that the numbers were arranged such that any two opposite sides would add up to seven; to play tesserae, dice were shaken in a cup then t
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Tesserae

The small cubes of glass, stone, marble or flint used principally in mosaic but occasionally in sculpture.
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Tesserae

• (pl. ) of Tessera
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Tesserae

[video game] Tesserae is a single-player computer game developed by Nicholas Schlott based on Ken Brewster`s DOS game Stained Glass and published by Inline Design in 1990 for the Macintosh. Tesserae is played by flipping colored tiles over other tiles to remove them from the board. While flipping over tiles subtracts the color from the tile
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