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