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Medieval Bottles JIGSAW Puzzle Game

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00 : 41

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01 : 37
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04 : 39

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03 : 38
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13 : 26

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06 : 57
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11 : 37
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1 : 08 : 52

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34 : 36
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2 : 00 : 28

About The Medieval Bottles Jigsaw Puzzle Game:

The earliest known glass objects where made in coastal north Syria, Mesopotamia and Ancient Egypt; they date back as far as the mid third millennium BCE. Glass remained a luxury material for many centuries. It was used extensively during the Middle Ages and ever since it has been a very common material. In today's new puzzle we feature five old medieval glass bottles complete with wooden corks. Click start and put them back together as fast as you can and get a top place on our game leader boards.

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