Ancient Puzzles: Classic Brainteasers and Other Timeless Mathematical Games of the Last 10 Centuries
Comprising the entire brainteasing spectrum from the silly and quirky to the clever and profound and drawing on classic wisdom from around the world and from as far back as 7,000 B.C., this collection features puzzles via Hebrew mystics, medieval Muslims, Benjamin Franklin, Sun Tsu, and more.
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