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Mar 14, 2024

[Answer] 1. 'Collection of Miscellanea at Duyang' is the first known reference to playing cards and card games. 'Yezi Gexi' was the first known book about cards and card games. They were both written in the Tang era of which ancient civilization?

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...1. Roman 2. Egyptian 3. Greek 4. Chinese The invention of the playing card came at about the same time as the development of paper in sheets instead of on rolls. Several ancient Chinese scholars refer to card games existing and being played since at least the mid-Tang dynasty (618-907).




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