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Doublethink.: Are they linked by the golden mean ?
No, in fact I had to look up what the golden mean means [Smile] I'd be curious to know how you think these three figures are linked to it.

The x'es on David's shoulder are irrelevant (in fact I only just saw them [Smile] )

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Well, they're all biblical figures. Are their countries significant? Christ in Brazil, David in Italy, Matthew in Russia?

(I don't think it's anything to do with World Cup winners... [Ultra confused] )

[ 09. October 2015, 19:27: Message edited by: Ariel ]

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Ariel: Are their countries significant?
No, I'm afraid not. I just couldn't resist putting Christ in Rio. I've seen it a number of times, it's very beautiful.

(I have a friend who lives in Rio. If you squeeze yourself behind her fridge and twist your neck in a rather unnatural way, you can just see Christ the Redeemer as a lit dot at night through a small window. She is immensely proud of this: she can see it from her home! [Smile] )

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Doublethink.: Are they linked by the golden mean ?
No, in fact I had to look up what the golden mean means [Smile] I'd be curious to know how you think these three figures are linked to it.

The x'es on David's shoulder are irrelevant (in fact I only just saw them [Smile] )

Well Michelangelo is known to have used the golden ratio in his work, and so do some iconographers - wasn't sure about Christ the Redeemer.

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Doublethink.: Well Michelangelo is known to have used the golden ratio in his work, and so do some iconographers - wasn't sure about Christ the Redeemer.
Hmm, a quick Google (in English and in Portuguese) didn't reveal anything. It would have been interesting.

You're thinking much too complicated.

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The fourth in the set is another icon?

Is it about a genealogical link?

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Ariel: The fourth in the set is another icon?
It is another Biblical figure.

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Ariel: Is it about a genealogical link?
Hmm ... Almost but not quite.

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It is another Biblical figure.

Well yes, that was sort of obvious. Now to narrow it down to a few hundred. Wild guess: the fourth in the set is a painting featuring Abraham?

Jesus, descended from David. Matthew compiled a genealogy in his Gospel. They all had good friends named John (or Jonathan)?

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Ariel: Jesus, descended from David. Matthew compiled a genealogy in his Gospel. They all had good friends named John (or Jonathan)?
It isn't really about Christ, David and Matthew themselves.

I like the genealogy thing: one generation following another ...

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So Christ the Redeemer is Art Deco, David is Renaissance, St Matthew is either medieval or modern in the medieval style - so maybe ... this ?

[ 09. October 2015, 20:56: Message edited by: Doublethink. ]

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The styles in which the images were made is not relevant. It is about Christ, David and Matthew. I just put pictures because they look pretty [Smile]

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Technically my image had the holy spirit in - I was hoping the incorporeal Godhead counted as a biblical character in a succeeding generation ...

(Says she as she backpedals furiously.)

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Doublethink.: Technically my image had the holy spirit in - I was hoping the incorporeal Godhead counted as a biblical character in a succeeding generation ...
Ah yes. No, the Holy Spirit doesn't figure in this.

Christ, David, Matthew ... what does this make you think of?

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its the David that is throwing me to be honest.

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Is it old rocky?

The last three 'Doctor Who' were Christ(opher Eccleston), David Tennant and Matt(hew) Smith, the current being Peter Capaldi.

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YES!!! [Yipee]

[ 09. October 2015, 21:12: Message edited by: LeRoc ]

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I'd never have got that.
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Gosh, these get harder to set.

What connects...

Picture 1
Picture 2
Picture 3
Picture 4

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Very good. Now that I've had time to digest I've got the answer-I think you'd have to be crackers not to get this one.
Bourbon, Bath Oliver (which is an absolutely brilliant clue- Mr Reed of blessed memory in the tub), Nice, Lincoln- all biscuits!

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Exactly so. I wasn't sure about the second clue, but at least we get a wet and soapy Oliver Reed, so it can't be all bad.

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[Smile]
OK, what comes fourth?
One
Two
Three

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Is that batsman Gary Sobers ?

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Yes

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Hmm, could it be numbers? 617 Squadron - but Sir Garfield Sobers' highest score was 365 and he took 235 test wickets and 1,043 first class wickets, so I can't see any sequence starting there. Doesn't look hopeful.

The aircraft is a Lancaster. If Sobers and played for Yorkshire it could be English royal houses, but he didn't, so it isn't.

Tricky.

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I think that's the recently renamed Mount Denali in Alaska. Maybe it's about name changes?

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Two of the three pictures have been correctly identified. [Smile]
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Ah, the aircraft is a Lincoln, an improved version of the Lancaster.

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[Smile]

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John F. Kennedy: the fourth American President to be assassinated (after Lincoln, Garfield and McKinley).
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Yup, that seems right to me.

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Albertus seems to have gone quiet ... so dare I start a new round?

What comes next?

Victory
Torch
Glory.

I won't give you a clue just yet, but the connection is very specific.

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Death?
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Sounds like a hymn connection.

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John F. Kennedy: the fourth American President to be assassinated (after Lincoln, Garfield and McKinley).

Yes, just right, that's the one I was thinking of. I would also have accepted Harding as he was the next one to die in office.
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Thanks Albertus.

My clues have nothing whatsoever to do with hymns, or death. But they are definitely subterranean.

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Could they be tunnels/mines in the First World War?

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Something to do with tunnels, yes; but nothing to do with the First World (or any other) War. I suggest you transport yourself eastwards.

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Tunnels on the Kalka-Shimla Railway.

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You're right about railways (of course!), but it's the wrong country and they aren't the names of tunnels.

(Do the tunnels on the Simla railway have names? I thought they only had numbers, but I may be wrong).

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At least one of the tunnels on the Shimla railway is called Victory tunnel, and as it has well over a hundred I thought maybe ...

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Korean metro stations ?

[ 12. October 2015, 22:25: Message edited by: Doublethink. ]

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Can you be more specific? And, if so, what's the next one in the sequence?
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Reconstruction

Last station on the Chollima line of the Pyongyang metro.

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... is the correct answer! Over to you.
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[Yipee]

Puts on thinking cap

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What is the connection between:

  • Cutlery
  • Shoes
  • The Knowledge


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All things that can be polished?

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Nope

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Are they requirements for taxi drivers in various cities?

London black cab drivers have to pass "The Knowledge", most places probably require drivers to wear shoes, and I could imagine some arcane requirement to carry cutlery...

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Looks like a City of London connection to me. Is it about:

The Worshipful Company of Cutlers
The Worshipful Company of Cordwainers
The Worshipful Company of Hackney Cab Drivers?

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