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'''Hnefataefl''' (King's Table) is one of a variety of ''tafl'' games and is an ancient [[Scandinavia]]n [[board game]] played on a checkered board with two teams of uneven strength. It has been mentioned in the [[Saga]]s and has ties to a Saami game, "Tablut", from Lapland. In some scholars' opinion, hnefataefl has been known in regions where [[Viking]]s had influence and not just Scandinavia exclusively.
 
'''Hnefataefl''' (King's Table) is one of a variety of ''tafl'' games and is an ancient [[Scandinavia]]n [[board game]] played on a checkered board with two teams of uneven strength. It has been mentioned in the [[Saga]]s and has ties to a Saami game, "Tablut", from Lapland. In some scholars' opinion, hnefataefl has been known in regions where [[Viking]]s had influence and not just Scandinavia exclusively.
   

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c4tmonac Hnefataefl (King's Table) is one of a variety of tafl games and is an ancient Scandinavian board game played on a checkered board with two teams of uneven strength. It has been mentioned in the Sagas and has ties to a Saami game, "Tablut", from Lapland. In some scholars' opinion, hnefataefl has been known in regions where Vikings had influence and not just Scandinavia exclusively.

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