Answers to the games will appear in the next issue
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SOLUTION TO LAST MONTH'S CRYPTOGRAM:
THE MARK OF A SCOT OF ALL CLASSES [IS THAT] HE ... REMEMBERS AND CHERISHES THE MEMORY OF HIS FOREBEARS, GOOD OR BAD; AND THERE BURNS ALIVE IN HIM A SENSE OF IDENTITY WITH THE DEAD EVEN TO THE TWENTIETH GENERATION.
ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON
All our questions are about various extremes in Scotland
1. What is the tallest building in Scotland?
2. What is the tallest structure in Scotland?
3. What is the deepest loch in Scotland.
4. What is the highest point in Scotland?
5. And now, what is the longest river in Scotland?
ANSWERS TO LAST MONTH'S QUIZ:
OK, OK so this one was a killer. so here are the answers
(1) The person often considered the earliest Scottish sculptor to work in Scotland produced a famous piece called Alexander and Bucephasus in 1832. He also sculpted the statues of Robert Burns and Sir Walter Scott found in Central Park in New York City. What is the sculptor''s name?
(2) The sculptor who apprenticed to the sculptor in question #1, contributed the statue of William Wallace to the exterior of the Wallace Monument His name is:
(3) This sculptor born in 1799 is from Perthshire and is known for sculpting busts and classical and mythological figures. Among the people who trained under him was cabinet maker, sculptor and burglar, William Brodie!
(4) The person who sculpted the statues of David Livingstone in Princes Street Gardens East in Edinburgh and the memorial statue if Robert Burns in Dumfries (to say nothing of three statues on the Scott Monument) was also part of the nationalist movement. Can you name the person?
(5) Finally who is the Edinburgh born sculptor, who religious beliefs affected his work. His most famous piece called Our Lady of the Isles may be found in Rueval on South Uist His allegorical figures found on the faced if the National Library if Scotland in Edinburgh are doubtless seen by more people however.
Answer: Hew Lorimer