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The War Of the Chessmen

Product Code: B0003CA


Publisher: Caissa Editions
Author: Ercole del Rio
Year of Publication: 1984

Pages: 184
Notation Type: Algebraic (AN)


Book Description This is the first publication of a manuscript by del Rio written around 1800 but unpublished until this edition in 1984. The original Italian plus English commentary added by Professor Christopher Becker who has added a long scholarly introduction which traces the early development of chess and explains the place of this work in chess history.

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ISBN 9789060030318
Manufacturer Caissa Editions
Author(s) Ercole del Rio
Pages 184 Pages
Publication Date Jan 1, 1984
Notation Type AN - Algebraic
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