Handmade dice in bones from an Iron Age find in Västmanland, more specifically from grave 66B in Tuna in Badelunda's burial ground (RAÄ number: Västerås 575:1). The size of these dice is about 10×10 mm. Each dice is handmade and therefore unique, so slight variations may occur.
The burial ground was excavated in 1952-53 by Erik Nylén and Bengt Schönbäck, and is best known for the eight boat graves, all of which contained women. The chamber tomb from the 2nd century AD also turned out to contain exceptional finds - Sweden's largest find of ancient gold objects in a woman's grave. 2 km west of the site is Anundshög.