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Where the Heck Is This?

Our apologies, but “Where The Heck Is That” is temporarily unavailable. We hope to resume this feature in the not too distant future.”

is shown at lectures, where we always enjoy the explanation (:D) given, but try to identify where the photo was actually taken. The first correct answers get a free raffle ticket for that meeting’s drawings.

  • Where the heck is it? – January 2019

    For the very first time, the CyberScribe is using a color photo.  The head, Identified as that of the pharaoh Ramesses IV by its discoverer, Egyptologist, Dr. Abernathy Pontefract. Beguiled by the intense color, Pontefract spent nearly a decade trying to determine the nature of the wonderful blue paint, but with no success.  One day a sympathetic Egyptologist whispered the answer into his ear, and Pontefract ran off screaming and was never seen again.

    If you think that the CyberScribe might be in. error:

    1. Who do you think is the Pharaoh represented by this head?
    2. What is the identity of this fabulous “blue paint?”
    3. Bonus Question: What museum displays this treasure?


    If you think you have the solutions to these questions, come to the January meeting with your answers and perhaps you will win a prize!

This is Where the Heck was actually in : solutions

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