A Game of Kings

A stunning collection of 70 ivory chess pieces from the 13th century discovered in the 19th. These chess pieces are some of the most symbolic today. - Metropolitan Museum of Art

[From Left to Right - Queen, King, Knight, Rook, Bishop, Pawn]

Posted January 5, 2012@ 5:55pm

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    The Middle Ages FUCKING RULED. Also, I love that every single piece is making an “Oh shit” face.
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