The History Of Bowling

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(Pezzano 13) The Romans, Phoenicians, and Carthaginians were also believed to have played the game in some fashion, but there is no proof available. However, historians know that in Julius Caesar's time period, around 50 B.C., people in the Alpine regions of Italy played a game called "bocce," which is considered the Italian form of bowling and is still played today...
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(Pezzano 13) The word bowl could be derived from the Saxon bolla and the Danish bolle, which translated to a spherical object. Another theory is that the word originated from the Latin bulla , or the French boule, both meaning "ball." Bowling has been known by many different names: bowls, skittles, kegling, ninepins, Dutch pins and quilles...
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