Nine men's morris

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See Morris.

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Known as noughts [zeros] and crosses in England, and mill, merels and morris throughout history, the game has roots in ancient Egypt and Rome.
Next month the region's music-lovers will be able to sample the quartet's talents for themselves when the Merels make their Tyneside debut in the King's Hall of Newcastle University.
They've only been together for two years, but the Merel Quartet have already gained a tip-top international reputation for some fine music-making.
Many string quartets name themselves after a favourite composer or player, but you would be hard pressed to find one by the name of Merel in any dictionary of music.
As guests of the Newcastle International Chamber Music Society, at the King's Hall, on December 1, the Merel Quartet will open their recital with Schumann's String Quartet No 1 in A minor, Op 41 and Bartok's Third String Quartet.