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Regolamento: Raggiungere il traguardo muovendo le pedine su un percorso numerato. Ogni numero corrisponde ad una domanda a scelta multipla su Archimede. Il percorso sarà ostacolato da alcune penitenze. Le pedine sono in terracotta e hanno la forma della colonna dorica

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The Arquigame (Italy) Aims of the game Be the first player to reach the finishing line answering exactly all the questions on the history of Archimedes and overcoming the forfeits (special tests)

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Preparation of the game 1.Place the draughtsmen on the notice-board, the dice and the two packs of papers 2.Name a conductor generally represented by a teacher who will be the referee of the game 3.Archigame can be played by 2,3,4 people or 2,3,4 teams 4.The first player chooses the colour of his route and put his draughtsman at the starting point 5.The players roll the dice in turn.The one who gets the highest score will start first 6.After having established the starting order and the colour of ones own route, the game is played as a regular maze game 7.After rolling the dice, the players in turn move ones draughtsman forward for as many boxes as the score resulting by the rolling dice 8.Choose a paper of the pack previously mixed by the conductor and you have to answer a multiple-choice question about Archimedes. If the answer is wrong you have to go back 2 boxes, while if the answer is right you stay in the box 9.The boxes number 6, 16, 23, 34 are the boxes of Forfeits; it is necessary to overcome the Special Tests. If the player passes the test then he will conquer The Box, if the test is not overcome the player goes back of 4 boxes 10.If the number 36 is overcome the player will return back.

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1) Where was Archimedes born ? a) Alexandria of Egypt b) Syracuse c) Rome Questions 6) Which subjects did Archimedes deal with ? a) Philosophy, Physics, Engineering, Zoology b) Engineering, Astrology, Maths c) Maths,Astronomy,Philosophy,Physics 11) Which Siracusan tyrant was Archimedes best friend? a) Heron b) Gelon c) Eratostenes 21) Archimedes, the Syracusan genius, built the scorching mirrors. What are they? a) Mirrors that set on fire the hostile ships by refracting the rays of the sun b) Mirrors that provoke burns by touching them c) Mirrors used for the integral equipment 28) What is the meaning of Eureka? a) Stainless steel b) From the Greek Ive found c) Russel Crowes last film. More questions

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