Clue 1


A familiar code is disguised within...




Clue 2


Be sure to dot and dash your notes...




Solution


The message is spaced out to disguise morse code; two letters for a dot, four for a dash, written at an angle to represent a slash. The morse code reads 'Sam Porus'




Clue 3


Each letter is separated by a slash...




Clue 4


Hopefully these clues don't leave you too mor(o)se...





Clue 1


Some poetry always helps me think...




Clue 2


Don't go looking for more than you need.




Solution


This Book Cipher corresponds to the stanza on the front of the card, using the format Line-Word-Letter. It spells out 'Pattern Recognition'




Clue 3


A whole poem isn't always needed, sometimes just a stanza will do...




Clue 4


Letter by letter, you can spell it out.




Clue 5


Line, word, and letter.





Clue 1


Some poetry always helps me think...




Clue 2


Don't go looking for more than you need.




Solution


This Book Cipher corresponds to the stanza on the front of the card, using the format Line-Word-Letter. It spells out 'Pattern Recognition'




Clue 3


A whole poem isn't always needed, sometimes just a stanza will do...




Clue 4


Letter by letter, you can spell it out.




Clue 5


Line, word, and letter.





Clue 1


Be sure you have your location before trying to solve this one!




Clue 2


What happened to the lighthouse?




Solution


The top stamp depicts the Citadel of Qaitbay, which was built on the ruins of the lighthouse of Alexandria. It was constructed in 1477




Clue 3


Or rather...what was built on the ruins?




Clue 4


To find the date this department began, you'll need to know when that citadel was built.





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