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Parchment Puzzle (Posted on 2006-10-05) Difficulty: 2 of 5
In an old chest, I found an antique parchment, where just a few words could be made out: "... LOG SALE ... ROD OF ... NOR A RAG ... FLAG AND ...". What could this mean, and what else might I find written on the parchment?

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These are all anagrams of characters of the Fellowship in the Lord of the Rings. They are Legolas, Frodo, Aragorn and Gandalf.
 
"Log sale" is an anagram of Legolas
"Rod of"  is an anagram of Frodo
"Nor a rag" is an anagram of Aragorn
"Flag and"  is an anagram of Gandalf.

Hence, the words or combination of words displayed in the parchment are constituted by the characters of the . These are all anagrams of characters of the Fellowship in the Lord of the Rings.
Consequently, the remaining letters must be constituted by the remaining characters inclusive of the Fellowship in the Lord of the Rings. 


  Posted by K Sengupta on 2007-04-11 06:50:03
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