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Archaeological Word Puzzle Number 6.
by Peter Keller.

Directions:

Solve the clues placing the answers in the grid, then transfer the appropriate letters into the box. When completed the box will contain an historical quotation and its author.

Clues:

  1. Breaking in here in order to get at the cash, you'd commit a far greater crime than robbery.
  2. Simian disguise made this wise man look older.
  3. Transporting wine? You'll need these then.
  4. Scraping a disorderly boat in a storm can reveal surprising detail.
  5. Small human or animal representation having a religious significance.
  6. Here, the Toft's give the game away for the Brigantes.
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ANSWERS TO PUZZLE Number 5.

S R V R E I R A R D O
O E A T B H E I I R C
U N M A U N V R I O H
T I P E R E E T N I R
E A H H A M T N T L E
R R I T C U M E A G
 
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