Brandubh, by Floyd & O'Flaherty, 1994. It's an unusual set, in that the attackers don't outnumber the defenders 2-to-1 as in other hnefatafl games. But the board and the pieces are beautiful.
Raven kilt pin in Scottish bog oak over 4000 years old. By Geoff King. Woodland Treasures
The Norse Vikings groomed their hair on a regular basis. This is a large bone comb, with a carving of a mythical animal dated (800-900) AD.
This, that and everything inbetween: Today's whimsy ...
Your move - The Meta Picture
Math with Legos: How many Legos does it weigh? Now here's a math game that would keep my boys engaged.
Keep kids occupied during travel time! They can sew their own travel tic-tac-toe board and use buttons as game pieces. Instructions from Family Fun magazine here: http://www.parents.com/fun/arts-crafts/sewing/beginner-sewer-projects/?socsrc=pmmpin130708cSewTicTacToe#page=4