Amazeing Art(TM): Wonders of the Ancient World

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HarperCollins, Oct 2, 2001 - Games - 144 pages
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In Amazeing Art, Christopher Berg showcases an astonishingly beautiful series of mazes depicting the wonders of the ancient world. From Stonehenge to the Colossus of Rhodes, he matches each with a capsule history that explains its background, and brilliantly evokes its mystery and significance. Fun, fascinating, and educational, Amazeing Art contains thirty-five mazes and their solutions printed on special easy-to-erase paper for the determined maze-solver.

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About the author (2001)

Christopher Berg has been creating puzzles since the fifth grade, when he first began drawing labyrinths of various exotic and formless objects such as amoebas. While studying archaeology at Dartmouth College, he traveled to Greece and was inspired to draw a maze of the Parthenon. Thus began the second phase of his maze-drawing career, which has culminated in the artwork and essays in this book. Christopher has worked as an astronomer with one of the largest telescopes in the world, was a management consultant for many years, and was once foolish enough to ride his motorcycle all the way across the United States accompanied by little more than a jar of peanut butter. His only major published work prior to this book, the analysis of unusual stellar objects from an international quasar survey, can be found in the Astrophysical Journal. He lives in Berkeley, California, with his partner, Patricia, and her small, cute, and pleasantly deranged dog.

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