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The mill table is found since ancient times: from the Acropolis of Athens to the Roman basilicas, from the Viking ships to the Gothic cathedrals. For many it is a simple scheme of play, for the three times of initiations, but also the three walls of Druidic walls of the Celts, of the capital of Atlantis or of the heavenly Jerusalem). A support of the esoteric reading, once the pattern is engraved vertically, so it cannot be used as a game board. But often on medieval churches the chessboard (certainly playful) is vertical.
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