A Senet game from the tomb of Amenhotep III - the Brooklyn Museum
Senet game board from Tutankhamun's tomb
Nefertari playing Senet. Painting in tomb of Egyptian Queen Nefertari (1295–1255 BC)
Large Senet board and pieces using modern materials at Rosicrucian Park in San Jose, California.
Senet game board from Museo Egizio
Senet game board from Ägyptisches Museum Berlin
Senet, Louvre, Paris. It is possible to see the dice in the background.
Senet's playing board has thirty houses, laid in three rows of ten houses each.
Situeción de fichas en barrera en el Senet