Anthony "AZ" Cruz (Author of Jewels, Gems & Treasures)This is a wiki for solving the 12 puzzles contained inside The Secret , a puzzle book published in by Byron Preiss. To set up the puzzle, Preiss traveled to different locations in North America to secretly bury a dozen ceramic vases, or, as he called them, "casques. The key to finding each casque was to match one of the paintings in the book to one of the verses in the book, solve the resulting riddle, and start digging. Since , only two of the twelve casques have been recovered. The first was located in Grant Park, Chicago, in by a group of students.
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The fabulous wealth of the Nizams of Hyderabad is well documented, thanks to their lavish lifestyles, opulent palaces and an astounding array of jewels. Accompanying these pictures is the history behind those pieces, which gives insight into the craftsmanship and context of the jewels. Both the authors have been known names in the world of art and culture. Usha Balakrishnan is a cultural capital consultant based in Mumbai and has previously written Jewels of the Nizams and coauthored Dance of the Peacock: Jewelry Traditions of India. Deepthi Sasidharan is a Fulbright scholar who has curated several Indian exhibitions for private and government collections, including those at the Chowmhalla Palace and Salar Jung Museum. My book Jewels of the Nizams featured all the jewels pieces , with photographs of the Nizams to show the jewels in their historical context. Over the years, she compiled an extensive database of these jewels whenever she came across a piece attributed to the Nizam or stylistically appeared to be from Hyderabad.
The most beautiful picture treasurfs to buy now. Each painting was paired with a poem? Upon their discovery and exhibition, he said is why they chose that place because of the immigrant focus there. Referring to Cleveland again, I noticed that a lot of the jewels that I had catalogued were actually seen in the photographs.
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