An ancient Egyptian sport in which two teams raced against each other on either side of a Ram Alley (see for example the entrance to the Karnak Temple). It was a sort of relay in which a large ball of papyrus was held under one arm whilst hurdling over the rams. The winning team was the one whose entire team was back first and would then be obliged to make a sacrifice to the Temple's God.
In Ancient Egypt, priests and warriors would compete against each other in the frazzlyram.
by Sofia Smith July 19, 2006