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'''Ainigmata Ostraka''' (''riddle shells'') were a series of scrolls found by the [[Sparta]]n ''[[Mercenary|misthios]]'' [[Kassandra]] during the 5th century BCE. Hidden here and there in manmade structures, the ''misthios'' would find treasures containing engravings that enhanced her.<ref>''[[Assassin's Creed: Odyssey]]''</ref>
 
'''Ainigmata Ostraka''' (''riddle shells'') were a series of scrolls found by the [[Sparta]]n ''[[Mercenary|misthios]]'' [[Kassandra]] during the 5th century BCE. Hidden here and there in manmade structures, the ''misthios'' would find treasures containing engravings that enhanced her.<ref>''[[Assassin's Creed: Odyssey]]''</ref>
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==References==
 
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Ainigmata Ostraka (riddle shells) were a series of scrolls found by the Spartan misthios Kassandra during the 5th century BCE. Hidden here and there in manmade structures, the misthios would find treasures containing engravings that enhanced her.[1]

The Riddles

The Ainigmata Ostraka were a set of 60 riddles in various places across Greece, five in Aletheia's simulation of Elysium[2] and five in the simulation of Hades.[3]

Greece

Elysium

Hades

Atlantis

References

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