# Cryptogrammaton

Augmented: May 10th, 2008
Ronald Langereis - 2000 - Amsterdam

If you've always been intrigued by the inevitable truths in
ancient myths
and you're good at doing cryptogram puzzles,
then fill in your cunning solutions of our cryptic descriptions.

If you can distill the right cues from eight dodgy questions
you'll read a hidden name
from the column marked with red in each of these twelve Cryptons.

C r y p t o - M E N U
P u z z l e s
a n d
S o l u t i o n s

C R Y P T O N - 0 1 M
Y
T
H
O
-
I
N
D
E
X
P R E A M B L E
C R Y P T O N - 0 2 A C H A E A N S
C R Y P T O N - 0 3 S A G A C I T Y
C R Y P T O N - 0 4 C A R T H A G O
C R Y P T O N - 0 5 A T R O C I T Y
C R Y P T O N - 0 6 O D Y S S E I A
C R Y P T O N - 0 7 S U N D A N C E
C R Y P T O N - 0 8 J U P P I T E R
C R Y P T O N - 0 9 M O N S T E R S
C R Y P T O N - 1 0 B U L L R I N G
C R Y P T O N - 1 1 B R O T H E R S
C R Y P T O N - 1 2 A V E N G E R S

You'll be wise to survey the MYTHO-INDEX link

When you click on one of the Crypton links
a page will be shown with the unsolved puzzle only.

At the bottom of that Crypton's page
you'll find a link to the corresponding Solution.
There every puzzle item is explained and you'll find separate descriptions
of the mythical characters involved, if not a full account of their acts
with pictures, tables, maps and interesting links to follow up.

To help you find the Solution of a Crypton all on your own
survey the Index link.
The Index consists of over 700 names and about a hundred images.
Every item of the Index, be it a name or a picture, is connected by hyperlink
with the page on which it is mentioned or depicted.

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