You may notice that HexUr is not an exact replica of Ur. A few aspects of the game have been changed to adapt it for the modern era. While Ur is a two-player game, HexUr has been expanded to allow up to four players. This version is based off the rule set translated by Irving Finkel. Cowrie shells are used for dice, which were in use through the era the game was played. As such the two-player version of HexUr would be recognizable to a Bronze age player, though they might have a question or two about your board.
Travel back to Ur, pit your skill against your opponents. The first player to travel to the ancient city, crown all their pieces king and exit the board shall rule victorious. Beware, there are cunning rivals and dauntless pitfalls that can topple even the greatest king from their path.