From Dividing Biblical Lands to Avoiding Execution In Rome, Public Life Has a Long History of Lotteries

Published: 10/01/2019
From Dividing Biblical Lands to Avoiding Execution In Rome, Public Life Has a Long History of Lotteries
Source: WWW.ANCIENT-ORIGINS.NET

On the 19th of November 1994, the first draw of the UK’s National Lottery took place. The jackpot was worth £5.8 million and was shared between seven ticket holders.  Read more Section:  News History Ancient Traditions Important Events      

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