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Conquests of Camelot:
The Search for the Grail

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Даты выхода игры

вышла в 1990 г.

Solution [ENG]

Информация актуальна для
    1. Stoned poets' riddles:
  у==============================================T===============м
  |              Riddles                         |   Answer      |
  |==============================================+===============|
  | Three lives have I.                          |               |
  | Gentle enough to soothe the skin,            |               |
  | Light enough to caress the sky,              |   Water       |
  | Hard enough to crack rocks.                  |               |
  |      What am I?                              |               |
  |----------------------------------------------+---------------|
  | Lighter than what                            |               |
  | I am made of,                                |               |
  | More of me is hidden                         |   Iceberg     |
  | Than is seen.                                |               |
  |      What am I?                              |               |
  |----------------------------------------------+---------------|
  | If a man carried my burden                   |               |
  | He would break his back.                     |               |
  | I am not rich,                               |   Snail       |
  | But leave silver in my track.                |               |
  |      What am I?                              |               |
  |----------------------------------------------+---------------|
  | My life can be measured in hours,            |               |
  | I serve by being devoured.                   |               |
  | Thin, I am quick                             |   Candle      |
  | Fat, I am slow                               |               |
  | Wind is my foe.                              |               |
  |      What am I?                              |               |
  |----------------------------------------------+---------------|
  | To unravel me                                |               |
  | You need a simple key,                       |               |
  | No key that was made                         |   Riddle      |
  | By locksmith's hand,                         |               |
  | But a key that only I                        |               |
  | Will understand.                             |               |
  |      What am I?                              |               |
  |----------------------------------------------+---------------|
  | Each morning I appear                        |               |
  | To lie at your feet,                         |               |
  | All day I follow                             |               |
  | No matter how fast you run,                  |   Shadow      |
  | Yet I nearly perish                          |               |
  | In the midday sun.                           |               |
  |      What am I?                              |               |
  |----------------------------------------------+---------------|
  | When young, I am sweet in the sun.           |               |
  | When middle-aged, I make you gay.            |   Grape       |
  | When old, I am valued more than ever.        |               |
  |      What am I?                              |               |
  |----------------------------------------------+---------------|
  | If you break me                              |               |
  | I do not stop working,                       |               |
  | If you touch me                              |               |
  | I may be snared,                             |   Heart       |
  | If you lose me                               |               |
  | Nothing will matter.                         |               |
  |      What am I?                              |               |
  L==============================================|===============-

                                                                2
  у==============================================T===============м
  |              Riddles                         |   Answer      |
  |==============================================+===============|
  | I turn around once,                          |               |
  | What is out will not get in.                 |               |
  | I turn around again,                         |   Key         |
  | What is in will not get out                  |               |
  |      What am I?                              |               |
  |----------------------------------------------+---------------|
  | I am only useful                             |               |
  | When I am full,                              |               |
  | Yet I am always                              |   Sieve       |
  | Full of holes.                               |               |
  |      What am I?                              |               |
  |----------------------------------------------+---------------|
  | You can see nothing else                     |               |
  | When you look in my face,                    |               |
  | I will look you in the eye                   |   Mirror      |
  | And I will never lie.                        |               |
  |      What am I?                              |               |
  |----------------------------------------------+---------------|
  | I drive men mad                              |               |
  | For love of me,                              |               |
  | Easily beaten,                               |   Gold        |
  | Never free.                                  |               |
  |      What am I?                              |               |
  |----------------------------------------------+---------------|
  | I am always hungry,                          |               |
  | I must always be fed,                        |               |
  | The finger I lick                            |   Fire        |
  | Will soon turn red.                          |               |
  |      What am I?                              |               |
  |----------------------------------------------+---------------|
  | Weight in my belly,                          |               |
  | Trees on my back,                            |               |
  | Nails in my ribs,                            |   Ship        |
  | Feet I do lack.                              |               |
  |      What am I?                              |               |
  |----------------------------------------------+---------------|
  | Bright as diamonds,                          |               |
  | Loud as thunder,                             |   Sea         |
  | Never still,                                 |   Waterfall   |
  | A thing of wonder.                           |               |
  |      What am I?                              |               |
  |----------------------------------------------+---------------|
  | You heard me before,                         |               |
  | Yet you hear me again,                       |               |
  | Then I die,                                  |   Echo        |
  | 'Til you call me again.                      |               |
  |      What am I?                              |               |
  |----------------------------------------------+---------------|
  | I am seen in the water                       |               |
  | If seen in the sky,                          |               |
  | I am in the rainbow,                         |   Blue        |
  | A jay's feather,                             |               |
  | And lapis lazuli.                            |               |
  |      What am I?                              |               |
  L==============================================|===============-

                                                                3
  у==============================================T===============м
  |              Riddles                         |   Answer      |
  |==============================================+===============|
  | Lovely and round,                            |               |
  | I shine with pale light,                     |               |
  | grown in the darkness,                       |   Pearl       |
  | A lady's delight.                            |               |
  |      What am I?                              |               |
  |----------------------------------------------+---------------|
  | Until I am measured                          |               |
  | I am not known,                              |               |
  | Yet how you miss me                          |   Time        |
  | When I have flown.                           |               |
  |      What am I?                              |               |
  |----------------------------------------------+---------------|
  | All about, but cannot be seen,               |               |
  | Can be captured, cannot be held,             |   Wind        |
  | No throat, but can be heard.                 |               |
  |      What am I?                              |               |
  |----------------------------------------------+---------------|
  | I go around in circles                       |               |
  | But always straight ahead,                   |               |
  | Never complain                               |   Lodestone   |
  | No matter where I am led.                    |               |
  |      What am I?                              |               |
  |----------------------------------------------+---------------|
  | At the sound of me, men may dream            |               |
  | Or stamp their feet                          |               |
  | At the sound of me, women may laugh          |   Music       |
  | Or sometimes weep.                           |               |
  |      What am I?                              |               |
  |----------------------------------------------+---------------|
  | When I am filled                             |               |
  | I can point the way,                         |               |
  | When I am empty                              |               |
  | Nothing moves me,                            |    ???        |
  | I have two skins                             |               |
  | One without and one within.                  |               |
  |      What am I?                              |               |
  |----------------------------------------------+---------------|
  | Glittering points                            |               |
  | That downward thrust,                        |               |
  | Sparkling spears                             |    ???        |
  | That never rust.                             |               |
  |      What am I?                              |               |
  |----------------------------------------------+---------------|
  | When set loose                               |               |
  | I fly away,                                  |               |
  | Never so cursed                              |    ???        |
  | As when I go astray.                         |               |
  |      What am I?                              |               |
  L==============================================|===============-

                                                                4
    2. Ice Maiden's riddles:
  у==============================================T===============м
  |              Riddles                         |   Flower      |
  |==============================================+===============|
  | When light is dim and courage fails,         |               |
  | When heart against adversity rails,          | Almond blossom|
  | When it seems you will never see the dawn,   |               |
  | This alone can drive you on.                 |               |
  |----------------------------------------------+---------------|
  | If a dream is abandoned,                     |               |
  | Or a purpose dies,                           |  Anemone      |
  | These are left with the dregs                |               |
  | Of bitterness and sighs.                     |               |
  |----------------------------------------------+---------------|
  | It can be sweet on the tongue,               |               |
  | Or vile as a curse,                          |  Lilly        |
  | To hear it is evil,                          |               |
  | To believe it is worse.                      |               |
  |----------------------------------------------+---------------|
  | In time of grief,                            |               |
  | It gives relief,                             |  Poppy        |
  | It can lessen fears,                         |               |
  | Ease the pain of tears.                      |               |
  |----------------------------------------------+---------------|
  | Oh, it is splendid,                          |               |
  | It has no peer,                              |  Sunflower    |
  | It scorns the lesser,                        |               |
  | And holds itself dear.                       |               |
  |----------------------------------------------+---------------|
  | Known to the priest                          |               |
  | And nun,                                     |  Cornflower   |
  | Who natural pleasures                        |               |
  | Do shun.                                     |               |
  |----------------------------------------------+---------------|
  | Surrounded by giants,                        |               |
  | Your worries were few,                       |  Buttercup    |
  | Wonders abounded,                            |               |
  | The world was new.                           |               |
  |----------------------------------------------+---------------|
  | Wise are they                                |               |
  | who seek it,                                 |               |
  | Fools are they                               | Chrysanthenum |
  | who believe without it,                      |               |
  | Scorn those who claim                        |               |
  | To own it.                                   |               |
  |----------------------------------------------+---------------|
  | It alleviates all pain and sorrows,          |               |
  | The final end of all tomorrows,              |  Daffodil     |
  | That to which we all must go,                |               |
  | Rich or poor, high or low.                   |               |
  |----------------------------------------------+---------------|
  | For its sweet sake,                          |               |
  | You suffer in silence,                       | Forget-me-not |
  | What we both most desire,                    |               |
  | But will never possess.                      |               |
  L==============================================|===============-

                                                                5
    3. Test of Symbols:
у======================================================T=========м
|                Questions                             | Goddess |
|======================================================+=========|
| She was the Goddess of Byblos.                       | Astarte |
|------------------------------------------------------+---------|
| Among her other names were Astroarche, Attar-Samayin |         |
|   and Ishtar.                                        | Astarte |
|------------------------------------------------------+---------|
| The Israelites burned incense, offered wine and baked|         |
|   cakes in her honor.                                | Astarte |
|------------------------------------------------------+---------|
| She had a great shrine at Aphaca.                    | Astarte |
|------------------------------------------------------+---------|
| King Solomon built a sanctuary in her honor in       |         |
|   Jerusalem.                                         | Astarte |
|------------------------------------------------------+---------|
| Her priestesses were famous for their skill in       |         |
|   astrology.                                         | Astarte |
|------------------------------------------------------+---------|
| She was earlier known as a Goddess in the country of |         |
|   Libya.                                             | Athene  |
|------------------------------------------------------+---------|
| According to Greek legends, she was born from the    |         |
|   forehead of Zeus.                                  | Athene  |
|------------------------------------------------------+---------|
| She was the patron of architects, sculptors, spinners|         |
|   and weavers.                                       | Athene  |
|------------------------------------------------------+---------|
| The element of brimstone was associated with her.    | Athene  |
|------------------------------------------------------+---------|
| The name of her major temple means "virgin-house."   | Athene  |
|------------------------------------------------------+---------|
| She was renowned for her wisdom, which was often     |         |
|   represented in the form of an owl sitting upon her |         |
|   shoulder.                                          | Athene  |
|------------------------------------------------------+---------|
| To the Egyptians, she was known as Hathor.           | Isis    |
|------------------------------------------------------+---------|
| Another title for her is Giver of Life.              | Isis    |
|------------------------------------------------------+---------|
| Another title for her is The One Who Is All.         | Isis    |
|------------------------------------------------------+---------|
| She gave birth to the sun and granted immortality to |         |
|   rulers.                                            | Isis    |
|------------------------------------------------------+---------|
| The yearly flood of the Nile was caused by the tears |         |
|   she cried.                                         | Isis    |
|------------------------------------------------------+---------|
| Her priests and servants were knowns as Pastophori.  | Isis    |
|------------------------------------------------------+---------|
| The Romans knew her by the name Aphrodite.           | Venus   |
|------------------------------------------------------+---------|
| Mirrors are considered her sacred objects.           | Venus   |
|------------------------------------------------------+---------|
| The Morning Star and Evening Star are named for her. | Venus   |
L======================================================|=========-

                                                                6
у======================================================T=========м
|                Questions                             | Goddess |
|======================================================+=========|
| Her sacred day is Friday on which day her followers  |         |
|   would eat fish.                                    | Venus   |
|------------------------------------------------------+---------|
| Her sacred element is copper.                        | Venus   |
|------------------------------------------------------+---------|
| One of her most important shrines was on the island  |         |
|   of Cyprus.                                         | Venus   |
|------------------------------------------------------+---------|
| She was known to the Romans as Hestia.               | Vesta   |
|------------------------------------------------------+---------|
| In the ancient language of Sanscrit, her name means  |         |
|   "shining."                                         | Vesta   |
|------------------------------------------------------+---------|
| She is the Guardian of Innermost Things.             | Vesta   |
|------------------------------------------------------+---------|
| Her sacred fire was tended by six women who took vows|         |
|   of chastity for thirty years.                      | Vesta   |
|------------------------------------------------------+---------|
| Her hearth fire is thought to be the center of the   |         |
|   earth.                                             | Vesta   |
|------------------------------------------------------+---------|
| She is the guardian of home and hearth.              | Vesta   |
|------------------------------------------------------+---------|
| To the Romans she was known as Mother of the Harvest.| Ceres   |
|------------------------------------------------------+---------|
| In Greek, her name was Kore or Demeter.              | Ceres   |
|------------------------------------------------------+---------|
| She was a guardian of grains and the field.          | Ceres   |
|------------------------------------------------------+---------|
| Her major festival was celebrated on April 19th.     | Ceres   |
|------------------------------------------------------+---------|
| She was renowned as The Lawgiver and her priestesses |         |
|   helped to found the legal system of Rome.          | Ceres   |
|------------------------------------------------------+---------|
| Her sacred women were titled Matronae and ruled Rome |         |
|   for hundreds of years.                             | Ceres   |
L======================================================|=========-

                                                                7
    4. Catacombs' map:

       | 4           | 3               | 2               | 3
   у===|===м     у===|===м         у===|===м         у===|===м
2  |       |     |       |  1   4  |       |  7   1  |       |  5
---|   1   |     |   2   |---   ---|   3   |---   ---|   4   |---
   |       |     |       |         |       |         |       |
   L=======-     L=======-         L=======-         L=======-

      | 4
  у===|===м         у=======м      у=======м         у=======м
  |       |  6   5  |       |      |       |  3      |       |
  |   5   |---   ---|   6   |      |   7   |---      |   8   |
  |       |         |       |      |       |         |       |
  L=======-         L=======-      L===T===-         L===T===-
                                       | 8               | 7

  Room 1  -  Mural "Death of Adonis"
  Room 2  -  Mural "Death of Hippolitus"
  Room 3  -  Sarcophagus
  Room 4  -  Gnostic symbol
  Room 5  -  Mummy with medallion
  Room 6  -  Galahad
  Room 7  -  Mural "Story of Pigmalion"
  Room 8  -  Statue of Aphrodite

                                                                8
    5. Statue's guestions:
у=====================================================T============м
|                Questions                            |  Answer    |
|=====================================================+============|
| What is Aphrodite's sacred number?                  | six        |
|-----------------------------------------------------+------------|
| In the kingdom of flora, what represents fertility  |            |
|   and is sacred to Aphrodite?                       | apple      |
|-----------------------------------------------------+------------|
| In the kingdom of fauna, what represents fertility  |            |
|   and is sacred to Aphrodite?                       | dove       |
|-----------------------------------------------------+------------|
| To what people was the Goddess well known as        |            |
|   Aphrodite?                                        | greek      |
|-----------------------------------------------------+------------|
| Whom did Aphrodite love that was killed by a boar?  | Adonis     |
|-----------------------------------------------------+------------|
| Who fell in love with Adonis and refused to release |            |
|   him from the Underworld?                          | Persephone |
|-----------------------------------------------------+------------|
| Who ended the dispute between Aphrodite and         |            |
|   Persephone over Adonis?                           | Zeus       |
|-----------------------------------------------------+------------|
| Who transformed into a boar and killed Adonis?      | Ares       |
|-----------------------------------------------------+------------|
| Where did Pygmalion live?                           | Cyprus     |
|-----------------------------------------------------+------------|
| Whom did Pygmalion worship?                         | Aphrodite  |
|-----------------------------------------------------+------------|
| Whose company did Pygmalion disdain?                | women      |
|-----------------------------------------------------+------------|
| Of what was the statue made that Pygmalion carved?  | ivory      |
|-----------------------------------------------------+------------|
| What did Aphrodite give to the statue to reward     |            |
|   Pygmalion?                                        | life       |
|-----------------------------------------------------+------------|
| What is the name of the King who was father to      |            |
|   Hippolytus?                                       | Theseus    |
|-----------------------------------------------------+------------|
| Upon what did Hippolytus ride to go to the hunt?    | chariot    |
|-----------------------------------------------------+------------|
| Who did Aphrodite make to fall in love with         |            |
|   Hippolytus after he scorned the Goddess?          | Phaidra ?  |
|-----------------------------------------------------+------------|
| Upon whom did Theseus call for vengeance upon       |            |
|   Hippolytus?                                       | Poseidon   |
|-----------------------------------------------------+------------|
| Who was dragged to death behind his chariot?        | Hippolytus |
L=====================================================|============-
          King Arthur. The Search For The Grail - tests:

    1. Stoned poets' riddles:
  у==============================================T===============м
  |              Riddles                         |   Answer      |
  |==============================================+===============|
  | Three lives have I.                          |               |
  | Gentle enough to soothe the skin,            |               |
  | Light enough to caress the sky,              |   Water       |
  | Hard enough to crack rocks.                  |               |
  |      What am I?                              |               |
  |----------------------------------------------+---------------|
  | Lighter than what                            |               |
  | I am made of,                                |               |
  | More of me is hidden                         |   Iceberg     |
  | Than is seen.                                |               |
  |      What am I?                              |               |
  |----------------------------------------------+---------------|
  | If a man carried my burden                   |               |
  | He would break his back.                     |               |
  | I am not rich,                               |   Snail       |
  | But leave silver in my track.                |               |
  |      What am I?                              |               |
  |----------------------------------------------+---------------|
  | My life can be measured in hours,            |               |
  | I serve by being devoured.                   |               |
  | Thin, I am quick                             |   Candle      |
  | Fat, I am slow                               |               |
  | Wind is my foe.                              |               |
  |      What am I?                              |               |
  |----------------------------------------------+---------------|
  | To unravel me                                |               |
  | You need a simple key,                       |               |
  | No key that was made                         |   Riddle      |
  | By locksmith's hand,                         |               |
  | But a key that only I                        |               |
  | Will understand.                             |               |
  |      What am I?                              |               |
  |----------------------------------------------+---------------|
  | Each morning I appear                        |               |
  | To lie at your feet,                         |               |
  | All day I follow                             |               |
  | No matter how fast you run,                  |   Shadow      |
  | Yet I nearly perish                          |               |
  | In the midday sun.                           |               |
  |      What am I?                              |               |
  |----------------------------------------------+---------------|
  | When young, I am sweet in the sun.           |               |
  | When middle-aged, I make you gay.            |   Grape       |
  | When old, I am valued more than ever.        |               |
  |      What am I?                              |               |
  |----------------------------------------------+---------------|
  | If you break me                              |               |
  | I do not stop working,                       |               |
  | If you touch me                              |               |
  | I may be snared,                             |   Heart       |
  | If you lose me                               |               |
  | Nothing will matter.                         |               |
  |      What am I?                              |               |
  L==============================================|===============-

                                                                2
  у==============================================T===============м
  |              Riddles                         |   Answer      |
  |==============================================+===============|
  | I turn around once,                          |               |
  | What is out will not get in.                 |               |
  | I turn around again,                         |   Key         |
  | What is in will not get out                  |               |
  |      What am I?                              |               |
  |----------------------------------------------+---------------|
  | I am only useful                             |               |
  | When I am full,                              |               |
  | Yet I am always                              |   Sieve       |
  | Full of holes.                               |               |
  |      What am I?                              |               |
  |----------------------------------------------+---------------|
  | You can see nothing else                     |               |
  | When you look in my face,                    |               |
  | I will look you in the eye                   |   Mirror      |
  | And I will never lie.                        |               |
  |      What am I?                              |               |
  |----------------------------------------------+---------------|
  | I drive men mad                              |               |
  | For love of me,                              |               |
  | Easily beaten,                               |   Gold        |
  | Never free.                                  |               |
  |      What am I?                              |               |
  |----------------------------------------------+---------------|
  | I am always hungry,                          |               |
  | I must always be fed,                        |               |
  | The finger I lick                            |   Fire        |
  | Will soon turn red.                          |               |
  |      What am I?                              |               |
  |----------------------------------------------+---------------|
  | Weight in my belly,                          |               |
  | Trees on my back,                            |               |
  | Nails in my ribs,                            |   Ship        |
  | Feet I do lack.                              |               |
  |      What am I?                              |               |
  |----------------------------------------------+---------------|
  | Bright as diamonds,                          |               |
  | Loud as thunder,                             |   Sea         |
  | Never still,                                 |   Waterfall   |
  | A thing of wonder.                           |               |
  |      What am I?                              |               |
  |----------------------------------------------+---------------|
  | You heard me before,                         |               |
  | Yet you hear me again,                       |               |
  | Then I die,                                  |   Echo        |
  | 'Til you call me again.                      |               |
  |      What am I?                              |               |
  |----------------------------------------------+---------------|
  | I am seen in the water                       |               |
  | If seen in the sky,                          |               |
  | I am in the rainbow,                         |   Blue        |
  | A jay's feather,                             |               |
  | And lapis lazuli.                            |               |
  |      What am I?                              |               |
  L==============================================|===============-

                                                                3
  у==============================================T===============м
  |              Riddles                         |   Answer      |
  |==============================================+===============|
  | Lovely and round,                            |               |
  | I shine with pale light,                     |               |
  | grown in the darkness,                       |   Pearl       |
  | A lady's delight.                            |               |
  |      What am I?                              |               |
  |----------------------------------------------+---------------|
  | Until I am measured                          |               |
  | I am not known,                              |               |
  | Yet how you miss me                          |   Time        |
  | When I have flown.                           |               |
  |      What am I?                              |               |
  |----------------------------------------------+---------------|
  | All about, but cannot be seen,               |               |
  | Can be captured, cannot be held,             |   Wind        |
  | No throat, but can be heard.                 |               |
  |      What am I?                              |               |
  |----------------------------------------------+---------------|
  | I go around in circles                       |               |
  | But always straight ahead,                   |               |
  | Never complain                               |   Lodestone   |
  | No matter where I am led.                    |               |
  |      What am I?                              |               |
  |----------------------------------------------+---------------|
  | At the sound of me, men may dream            |               |
  | Or stamp their feet                          |               |
  | At the sound of me, women may laugh          |   Music       |
  | Or sometimes weep.                           |               |
  |      What am I?                              |               |
  |----------------------------------------------+---------------|
  | When I am filled                             |               |
  | I can point the way,                         |               |
  | When I am empty                              |               |
  | Nothing moves me,                            |    ???        |
  | I have two skins                             |               |
  | One without and one within.                  |               |
  |      What am I?                              |               |
  |----------------------------------------------+---------------|
  | Glittering points                            |               |
  | That downward thrust,                        |               |
  | Sparkling spears                             |    ???        |
  | That never rust.                             |               |
  |      What am I?                              |               |
  |----------------------------------------------+---------------|
  | When set loose                               |               |
  | I fly away,                                  |               |
  | Never so cursed                              |    ???        |
  | As when I go astray.                         |               |
  |      What am I?                              |               |
  L==============================================|===============-

                                                                4
    2. Ice Maiden's riddles:
  у==============================================T===============м
  |              Riddles                         |   Flower      |
  |==============================================+===============|
  | When light is dim and courage fails,         |               |
  | When heart against adversity rails,          | Almond blossom|
  | When it seems you will never see the dawn,   |               |
  | This alone can drive you on.                 |               |
  |----------------------------------------------+---------------|
  | If a dream is abandoned,                     |               |
  | Or a purpose dies,                           |  Anemone      |
  | These are left with the dregs                |               |
  | Of bitterness and sighs.                     |               |
  |----------------------------------------------+---------------|
  | It can be sweet on the tongue,               |               |
  | Or vile as a curse,                          |  Lilly        |
  | To hear it is evil,                          |               |
  | To believe it is worse.                      |               |
  |----------------------------------------------+---------------|
  | In time of grief,                            |               |
  | It gives relief,                             |  Poppy        |
  | It can lessen fears,                         |               |
  | Ease the pain of tears.                      |               |
  |----------------------------------------------+---------------|
  | Oh, it is splendid,                          |               |
  | It has no peer,                              |  Sunflower    |
  | It scorns the lesser,                        |               |
  | And holds itself dear.                       |               |
  |----------------------------------------------+---------------|
  | Known to the priest                          |               |
  | And nun,                                     |  Cornflower   |
  | Who natural pleasures                        |               |
  | Do shun.                                     |               |
  |----------------------------------------------+---------------|
  | Surrounded by giants,                        |               |
  | Your worries were few,                       |  Buttercup    |
  | Wonders abounded,                            |               |
  | The world was new.                           |               |
  |----------------------------------------------+---------------|
  | Wise are they                                |               |
  | who seek it,                                 |               |
  | Fools are they                               | Chrysanthenum |
  | who believe without it,                      |               |
  | Scorn those who claim                        |               |
  | To own it.                                   |               |
  |----------------------------------------------+---------------|
  | It alleviates all pain and sorrows,          |               |
  | The final end of all tomorrows,              |  Daffodil     |
  | That to which we all must go,                |               |
  | Rich or poor, high or low.                   |               |
  |----------------------------------------------+---------------|
  | For its sweet sake,                          |               |
  | You suffer in silence,                       | Forget-me-not |
  | What we both most desire,                    |               |
  | But will never possess.                      |               |
  L==============================================|===============-

                                                                5
    3. Test of Symbols:
у======================================================T=========м
|                Questions                             | Goddess |
|======================================================+=========|
| She was the Goddess of Byblos.                       | Astarte |
|------------------------------------------------------+---------|
| Among her other names were Astroarche, Attar-Samayin |         |
|   and Ishtar.                                        | Astarte |
|------------------------------------------------------+---------|
| The Israelites burned incense, offered wine and baked|         |
|   cakes in her honor.                                | Astarte |
|------------------------------------------------------+---------|
| She had a great shrine at Aphaca.                    | Astarte |
|------------------------------------------------------+---------|
| King Solomon built a sanctuary in her honor in       |         |
|   Jerusalem.                                         | Astarte |
|------------------------------------------------------+---------|
| Her priestesses were famous for their skill in       |         |
|   astrology.                                         | Astarte |
|------------------------------------------------------+---------|
| She was earlier known as a Goddess in the country of |         |
|   Libya.                                             | Athene  |
|------------------------------------------------------+---------|
| According to Greek legends, she was born from the    |         |
|   forehead of Zeus.                                  | Athene  |
|------------------------------------------------------+---------|
| She was the patron of architects, sculptors, spinners|         |
|   and weavers.                                       | Athene  |
|------------------------------------------------------+---------|
| The element of brimstone was associated with her.    | Athene  |
|------------------------------------------------------+---------|
| The name of her major temple means "virgin-house."   | Athene  |
|------------------------------------------------------+---------|
| She was renowned for her wisdom, which was often     |         |
|   represented in the form of an owl sitting upon her |         |
|   shoulder.                                          | Athene  |
|------------------------------------------------------+---------|
| To the Egyptians, she was known as Hathor.           | Isis    |
|------------------------------------------------------+---------|
| Another title for her is Giver of Life.              | Isis    |
|------------------------------------------------------+---------|
| Another title for her is The One Who Is All.         | Isis    |
|------------------------------------------------------+---------|
| She gave birth to the sun and granted immortality to |         |
|   rulers.                                            | Isis    |
|------------------------------------------------------+---------|
| The yearly flood of the Nile was caused by the tears |         |
|   she cried.                                         | Isis    |
|------------------------------------------------------+---------|
| Her priests and servants were knowns as Pastophori.  | Isis    |
|------------------------------------------------------+---------|
| The Romans knew her by the name Aphrodite.           | Venus   |
|------------------------------------------------------+---------|
| Mirrors are considered her sacred objects.           | Venus   |
|------------------------------------------------------+---------|
| The Morning Star and Evening Star are named for her. | Venus   |
L======================================================|=========-

                                                                6
у======================================================T=========м
|                Questions                             | Goddess |
|======================================================+=========|
| Her sacred day is Friday on which day her followers  |         |
|   would eat fish.                                    | Venus   |
|------------------------------------------------------+---------|
| Her sacred element is copper.                        | Venus   |
|------------------------------------------------------+---------|
| One of her most important shrines was on the island  |         |
|   of Cyprus.                                         | Venus   |
|------------------------------------------------------+---------|
| She was known to the Romans as Hestia.               | Vesta   |
|------------------------------------------------------+---------|
| In the ancient language of Sanscrit, her name means  |         |
|   "shining."                                         | Vesta   |
|------------------------------------------------------+---------|
| She is the Guardian of Innermost Things.             | Vesta   |
|------------------------------------------------------+---------|
| Her sacred fire was tended by six women who took vows|         |
|   of chastity for thirty years.                      | Vesta   |
|------------------------------------------------------+---------|
| Her hearth fire is thought to be the center of the   |         |
|   earth.                                             | Vesta   |
|------------------------------------------------------+---------|
| She is the guardian of home and hearth.              | Vesta   |
|------------------------------------------------------+---------|
| To the Romans she was known as Mother of the Harvest.| Ceres   |
|------------------------------------------------------+---------|
| In Greek, her name was Kore or Demeter.              | Ceres   |
|------------------------------------------------------+---------|
| She was a guardian of grains and the field.          | Ceres   |
|------------------------------------------------------+---------|
| Her major festival was celebrated on April 19th.     | Ceres   |
|------------------------------------------------------+---------|
| She was renowned as The Lawgiver and her priestesses |         |
|   helped to found the legal system of Rome.          | Ceres   |
|------------------------------------------------------+---------|
| Her sacred women were titled Matronae and ruled Rome |         |
|   for hundreds of years.                             | Ceres   |
L======================================================|=========-

                                                                7
    4. Catacombs' map:

       | 4           | 3               | 2               | 3
   у===|===м     у===|===м         у===|===м         у===|===м
2  |       |     |       |  1   4  |       |  7   1  |       |  5
---|   1   |     |   2   |---   ---|   3   |---   ---|   4   |---
   |       |     |       |         |       |         |       |
   L=======-     L=======-         L=======-         L=======-

      | 4
  у===|===м         у=======м      у=======м         у=======м
  |       |  6   5  |       |      |       |  3      |       |
  |   5   |---   ---|   6   |      |   7   |---      |   8   |
  |       |         |       |      |       |         |       |
  L=======-         L=======-      L===T===-         L===T===-
                                       | 8               | 7
                                        
  Room 1  -  Mural "Death of Adonis"
  Room 2  -  Mural "Death of Hippolitus"
  Room 3  -  Sarcophagus
  Room 4  -  Gnostic symbol
  Room 5  -  Mummy with medallion
  Room 6  -  Galahad
  Room 7  -  Mural "Story of Pigmalion"
  Room 8  -  Statue of Aphrodite

                                                                8
    5. Statue's guestions:
у=====================================================T============м
|                Questions                            |  Answer    |
|=====================================================+============|
| What is Aphrodite's sacred number?                  | six        |
|-----------------------------------------------------+------------|
| In the kingdom of flora, what represents fertility  |            |
|   and is sacred to Aphrodite?                       | apple      |
|-----------------------------------------------------+------------|
| In the kingdom of fauna, what represents fertility  |            |
|   and is sacred to Aphrodite?                       | dove       |
|-----------------------------------------------------+------------|
| To what people was the Goddess well known as        |            |
|   Aphrodite?                                        | greek      |
|-----------------------------------------------------+------------|
| Whom did Aphrodite love that was killed by a boar?  | Adonis     |
|-----------------------------------------------------+------------|
| Who fell in love with Adonis and refused to release |            |
|   him from the Underworld?                          | Persephone |
|-----------------------------------------------------+------------|
| Who ended the dispute between Aphrodite and         |            |
|   Persephone over Adonis?                           | Zeus       |
|-----------------------------------------------------+------------|
| Who transformed into a boar and killed Adonis?      | Ares       |
|-----------------------------------------------------+------------|
| Where did Pygmalion live?                           | Cyprus     |
|-----------------------------------------------------+------------|
| Whom did Pygmalion worship?                         | Aphrodite  |
|-----------------------------------------------------+------------|
| Whose company did Pygmalion disdain?                | women      |
|-----------------------------------------------------+------------|
| Of what was the statue made that Pygmalion carved?  | ivory      |
|-----------------------------------------------------+------------|
| What did Aphrodite give to the statue to reward     |            |
|   Pygmalion?                                        | life       |
|-----------------------------------------------------+------------|
| What is the name of the King who was father to      |            |
|   Hippolytus?                                       | Theseus    |
|-----------------------------------------------------+------------|
| Upon what did Hippolytus ride to go to the hunt?    | chariot    |
|-----------------------------------------------------+------------|
| Who did Aphrodite make to fall in love with         |            |
|   Hippolytus after he scorned the Goddess?          | Phaidra ?  |
|-----------------------------------------------------+------------|
| Upon whom did Theseus call for vengeance upon       |            |
|   Hippolytus?                                       | Poseidon   |
|-----------------------------------------------------+------------|
| Who was dragged to death behind his chariot?        | Hippolytus |
L=====================================================|============-
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