About a week ago I visited the Mediterranean Museum in Stockholm. Unlike most of Stockholms museums it is situated in the city center, just north of the parliament. It is well worth a visit, especially when the new egyptian exhibition is finished in the spring. Aside from the exhibitions there is also a very nice restaurant and a well stocked museum shop. All blended nicely into a beautiful building, an old bank-palace.
As I browsed through the greek shelves I found this large die. I don’t remember the exact age but it is at least 2000 years old. It’s sides are marked with letters and according to the sign it was used for games of for divination. I wonder if they used a Ionian or Dorian armor class system?