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A History of Games Played With the Tarot Pack: The Game of Triumphs… (2009)

by Michael Dummett

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The invention in northern Italy, in the late 1430s of the Tarot pack, and of the game played with it, was an event of major importance for the history of card play, for it was the invention of the idea of trumps.
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The invention in northern Italy, in the late 1430s of the Tarot pack, and of the game played with it, was an event of major importance for the history of card play, for it was the invention of the idea of trumps.
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