Answers to the games will appear in the next issue
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SOLUTION TO LAST MONTH'S CRYPTOGRAM:
We fight not for glory nor for wealth nor honor but only and alone for freedom which no good man surrenders but with his life
This month's quiz deals with museums in Scotland. Some of these are not so well known so it can be a real test of your knowledge.
1. Within the walls of Edinburgh Castle is a specialized museum (and rather fittingly placed). What is it called?
2. Perhaps the major repository for art works in Scotland is spread over three museums (one on the Mound, one at 1 Queen Street and one at 75 Bedford Road). What are they called collectively?
3. What is the name of the museum which is centered around a windmill and deals with the history of south west Scotland?
4. In Perth one can find a regimental museum of one of the most famous Scottish regiments. What is it called?
5. In Peterhead Aberdeen one can find a museum where you can relive the days associated with the great days of a specific mode of transportation. Can you name this museum?
ANSWERS TO LAST MONTH'S QUIZ:1. What is the holiday that corresponds roughly to the days celebrating the start of the New Year?
2. What is the term used for the first person to be a guest to enter the house on New Year''s Day?
first foot or first footing
3. What is the song most commonly associated with this day?
Auld Lang Syne
4. In 1996-1997, the Guinness Book of records recognized the largest New Year's Eve party in the world (with more than 40,000 attendees) as having taken place in which Scottish City?
5. Historically presents were given out in Scotland on the first Monday of the New Year by employers to staff, parents to children or teachers to students. What was the name of the day on which his practice (now basically gone), occurred ?