Observation game in wood Oukthêkaché Hieroglyphics - Musée du Louvre - Vilac
"Oukthêkaché" is an observation and speed game created by Vilac, inspired by the collections of the Egyptian Antiquities Department of the Louvre Museum.
Presenting the civilisation that evolved on the banks of the Nile, from the end of prehistory (around 4000 BC) to the Christian era (from the 4th century AD), the department founded by Champollion in 1826, is today rich with more than fifty thousand works. It offers visitors a chronological and thematic tour of more than four thousand years of civilizations! Will you be the fastest to find the piece associated with the map? Beware of the pharaoh's traps...
60 wooden pieces.
One set of rules.
A pyramid-shaped box.
From 3 years and up