On the loading screens, the game presents you with randomized “hints”, including historical tidbits. Let’s look at those for a moment.
On a black-figure amphora by Exekias, the Greek heroes Achilles and Ajax are shown playing a game to while away the hours at Troy.
We take a closer look at a realistic portrait of a Roman Republican couple from ca. 30 BC, identified as Publius Aiedius Amphio and his wife.
Two gameboards from the Royal Tombs of Ur, a Sumerian city-state in what is now Iraq, date back to 2600–2400 BC.
The Romans possessed the knowledge and technical skill necessary to treat cataracts to a decent extent.
The Allard Pierson Museum in Amsterdam features a reconstruction of a chariot found in a tomb on the island of Cyprus.
The ruins of Pompeii offer an unrivalled look at everyday life in a small Roman city of the first century AD.
An in-depth look at the tomb of prince Paraherwenemef, a son of Ramesses III, in the Valley of the Queens.
The thirteenth and final part in my series on Far Cry Primal, where I play through the game and offer commentary.
The twelfth and penultimate part in my series on Far Cry Primal, where I play through the game and offer commentary.