A rebus puzzle, consisting of images of objects (drawings in combination with other compositions and alphabetic characters),
congruent with the words, parts of words or phrase. The word "rebus" comes from the Latin res
(thing) and denotes representation of names, words and phrases by a images, figures,
composition of letters, etc. This word came from the Latin phrase "Non verbis sed rebus",
which means "Without words, but with the help of things".
Rebus Number One
Welcome to the new Rebus project:
The History of Rebus
Fragment of letter rebus Lewis Carroll (XIX century), English writer and mathematician Charles Lutwidge Dodgson , better known under the pseudonym Lewis Carroll , one of the most popular children's writers of the XIX century, the author of fairy tales " Alice in Wonderland " and " Alice in Wonderland " is often puzzles used in a large correspondence with young admirers of his work. In their letters , and they are not nearly as many as 100,000 ! , He often replaced the picture of the words or characters depicted in mirror image. To read these mysterious letters needed savvy, that none might not like children.