This two-player strategy game uses the so-called Ancient Baylonian The Royal Game of Ur game as its board (8x3 with 4 squares taken out to form a waist). The name, a reference to Senet, is misleading if not downright erroneous (the Ur board was used in the Ancient Egyptian game of Tjau, not Senet). Once again, the object of the game is to prevent the opponent from having any moves by blocking and taking pieces. The designer takes full advantage of the square decorations, but I can't tell what the rules are beyond that. Check out the beautiful board at Pharao-Brettspiele's home page.