It is a fact that we all know that the wishbone of chicken is very delicious and the wishbone is a claim. It is a traditional game that has never been forgotten, even though it is not as popular as the old one.

The Etruscans are a habitat that lived in the Etrurian region between Italy’s Tiber and Arno rivers and continued to exist until the 6th century BC. The Etruscan orphans would use the chickens to announce the future. They used Lades bone to hold intention. The circle that was drawn once was divided into twenty equal parts, twenty Etruscan letters were sprinkled around it and corn sprinkled. The chick left in the circle read the future, picking out the prize from the letters he marked with the rogue while collecting the corn.

The Romans took this tradition from the Etruscans, but according to their explanation, they were contended for the sacrificial bone scarcity and luck to win the long piece. The belief that the Romans brought to Britain was also applied in the Thanksgiving Day, which was celebrated for the first time in 1621, by the pilgrims who were scarred according to American folklore, and it became common practice to cook lambs by cooking turkey on this day which is considered as holiday and official holiday in USA.

There are those who say that the word lades is actually yades, yad-ı dest, yaddaq and even ladest in wishbone.

In Italian it comes from the word forcello (pussycat), which is linked to the latin Latin. Persian yadest is both the name of the game and the counterpart of the word spoken in Turkish. In English, “whishbone” is an American legend, but it can be detected from 1853 on a very late date. In French, the word “wishbone” has begun to be used. These countries have also been imported from America. In Turks, the roots of roots are based on the Iranian world. Share Information

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