Louis XIV Asks Riddles I

 

Esteemed Readers, it is already 2021 & we go on our section of the historical riddles. This time I have chosen a very romantic one as soon St Valentine’s comes. Let it be a good hint for you. Good luck!

“Like the Goddess Pallas I was born armed. I wear a purple mantle & the golden crown, & the sun displays my treasure before your eyes, while Zephirs spread a word about me everywhere. And the most charming aspect of the Heavens create my sovereign beauties that might crown heads of various Queens. But I don’t dare to speak much…as I belong to the race of Gods”.

REPLY to the Christmas Riddle posted on December 23, 2020:ORGAN⚜

Dear John, your suggestion was very close, so you are the first winner of 2021! Hurrah! 🎉

Vive le Roy! 😊

Maria KethuProfumo

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8 Responses to Louis XIV Asks Riddles I

  1. I will have to guess Cupid. Thank you for the gift of the December win, Maria. You are too kind.

  2. fulvialuna1 says:

    Non so perchè ma penso ad un fiore: la viola.
    Buona serata Maria ❤

  3. Klausbernd says:

    Dear Maria
    could it be Eros?
    We hope you are well and wishing you a great 2021 – well, it’s bit late but so what?
    Keep healthy and happy
    The Fab Four of Cley
    🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂

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