ENIGMISTICA Rompicapo of letters devised from Sam Loyd mathematician American lived in the second half of the past century inspired to the story of Lewis Carroll Alice in the country of the wonders . The phrase said from Alice Was it to cat the saw closed in a square it can be read from above to below and viceversa.

Stati Uniti d'America

title: ROMPICAPO OF SAM LOYD

subject date: 2004-11-23

caption: ENIGMISTICA Rompicapo of letters devised from Sam Loyd (mathematician American lived in the second half of the past century) inspired to the story of Lewis Carroll “Alice in the country of the wonders”. The phrase said from Alice - Was it to cat the saw? - closed in a square it can be read from above to below and viceversa.

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continent: Nord America

image century : XIX

image epoch: vuoto

subject century: XIX

subject epoch: Ottocento

technique: Litografia

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