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Stamp from Malaysia (2002)
05/09/2014 | No Comment

Stamps, postcards and coins provide an amazing way to understand the history. Them show many ways how different cultures represent the same fact. Sometimes Mancala game boards or people playing mancala games are depicted in postcards, stamps, coins or other objects.

malaysia2002 Stamp from Malaysia (2002)

Set of two stamps from Malaysia issued in 2002. The stamp on the right shows a scene playing Congkak  game. Each one has a face value of 30Sen. Private collection © All rights reserved.

SEE ALSO

CLIMENT, J. (2014) Segells amb taulers mancala d’arreu del món, In: Món aualé 3(2) pp.4-5 [online] ISSN 2014-7597.

Stamp from Indonesia (2001)
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Stamp from Indonesia (2001)

Stamps, postcards and coins provide an amazing way to understand the history. Them show many ways how different cultures represent the same fact. Sometimes Mancala game boards or people playing mancala games are depicted in …

Stamp from Philippines
08/08/2014 | No Comment
Stamp from Philippines

Stamps, postcards and coins provide an amazing way to understand the history. Them show many ways how different cultures represent the same fact. Sometimes Mancala game boards or people playing mancala games are depicted in …

Stamp from Vietnam
04/08/2014 | No Comment
Stamp from Vietnam

Stamps, postcards and coins provide an amazing way to understand the history. Them show many ways how different cultures represent the same fact. Sometimes Mancala game boards or people playing mancala games are depicted in …

Mancala games in Central, North and East Asia
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Mancala games in Central, North and East Asia

Central Asia varies considerably according to the adopted criteria: geographic, linguistic, cultural or political. There is a general consensus on some geographic areas defined that definitely belong like these five republics of the former Soviet …

Mancala games in Southeast Asia
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Mancala games in Southeast Asia

Southeast Asia or Southeastern Asia is a subregion of Asia, consisting of the countries that are geographically east of India, south of China, west of New Guinea and north of Australia.
This subregion consists of two …

Mancala games in South Asia
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Mancala games in South Asia

South Asia or Indian subcontinent is the southern region of the Asian continent that comprises the following countries: Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Butan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka.
Myanmar and Tibet are also included in this …

Mancala games in Southern Africa
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Mancala games in Southern Africa

Southern Africa is the southernmost region of the African continent, variably defined by geography or geopolitics. This region is formed by the lands in the south of the African equatorial forest.
Generally are considered part of …

Mancala games in Central Africa
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Mancala games in Central Africa

“Central Africa” is a term used to describe the region of the African continent in the south of the Sahara Desert, east of the Gulf of Guinea and west of the Rift Valley. Not to …

Mancala games in Northern Africa
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Mancala games in Northern Africa

The term “Northern Africa” is used to describe the region of North Africa that includes the following states and territories: Morocco, Algeria, Western Sahara (occupied by Morocco), Mauritania, Tunisia, Libya and Egypt. The Azores, Madeira …

Mancala games in Eastern Africa
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Mancala games in Eastern Africa

East Africa or Eastern Africa is the easterly region of the African continent, variably defined by geography or geopolitics.
Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda, and Burundi are members of the East African Community (EAC). Burundi and Rwanda …