Some of the largest caravanserais I have seen in China are in Tali.
There is no more fertile valley in the world than the valley of Tali.
"I must better that," thundered the freedman, slapping the tali out on to the table.
Ha-ngwa hatnnganiga, Agaluga Tssdiga, hidawh, tali tsusdigah dudawsatn ditsldhist.
(1.1), adds: "Et ipsa gentilitas tali spectaculo stupefacta nescio quid de Christianismo indulgentius sentiebat."
The Romans of old are said to have played with two sorts of dice, the tali and the tesseræ.
The worst throw was called canis—three aces in tesseræ, and four aces in tali.
It was happily a common practice to write on the fly-leaf or first leaf Liber (Sancte Marie) de (tali loco).
Nec miser prodesse in tali tempore quibat, Quod patrio princeps donarat nomine regum.
Tesserae, shaped and marked with pips like modern dice, were evolved from the tali, knuckle-bones with only four flat sides.