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Beer drinkers had their first sip of the puzzles — technically called Rebus puzzles — in 1950, when Lucky Lagers first featured them on its 11-ounce bottles. (The Houston Chronicle) The trick to solving these Rebus puzzles is to determine which combination leads to a legitimate phrase that matches the bulleted list and category. Corns? Corn guns? The three rifle butts? The three musket ears? Aha! The Three Musketeers! A modern example of rebus used as a form of pun is: for example, in its basic form, three salmon (fish) are used to refer to the surname «salmon». A more sophisticated example was the Rebus of Bishop Walter Lyhart (died 1472) of Norwich, consisting of a deer (or hard) lying in a conventional representation of water. An example of the current coat of arms is that of the Borough of Congleton in Cheshire, which consists of a conger, a lion (Latin leo) and a vat (run). This phrase «conger-leo-tun» pronounces the name of the city. Similarly, the coat of arms of St. Ignatius of Loyola contains wolves (in Spanish, lobo) and a cauldron (olla), referred to by some (probably wrongly) as a rebus for «Loyola». Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon`s coat of arms depicts bows and lions. The composition alludes to the name, profession or personal characteristics of the wearer and addresses the viewer to Non verbis, sed rebus, which the Latin expression means «not by words, but by things» (res, rei (f), a thing, an object, a matter; rebus is the ablative plural).
 Each Rebus puzzle consists of a category, answer fields, and a series of image cues. The category gives a vague indication of the type of answer you are looking for (person, phrase, thing, etc.). The answer fields indicate the bulleted list for the word(s) in the response – one letter per field. The clues in the image are the flesh of the puzzle. Each image represents a tone, and in order the sounds combine to form the correct response. Some linguists believe that the Chinese developed their writing system according to Rebus` principle, and Egyptian hieroglyphs sometimes used a similar system. A famous statue of Ramses II uses three hieroglyphics to compose his name: Horus (like Ra), for Ra; the child, mes; and the sedge plant (stem held in the left hand), su; The name Ra-mes-su is then formed.  The first image is the image of a hat. The «w+» means that a «w» must be at the front.
We now have the first word: «What.» The following image has two rules: the rule «r = h» means that there is an «r» in the word of the images and according to the rule, this should be replaced by an «h». In addition, an «e» should be deleted. So we know that there is an «r» and an «e» in the word. The word is «tree,» and according to the rules, we get «the.» Similarly, the last pictogram is a fork where «or» should be replaced by «**» and «?!!» added. Now we have the full rebus: What the f**k?!! Rebus are often used as a form of heraldic expression as a reference to the bearer`s name; They are not synonymous with angular arms. A man may have a rebus as a personal identification device that is completely independent of his ridges, angular or otherwise. For example, Sir Richard Weston (d. 1541) as coat of arms: Hermine, on a chief azure with five Bezants, while his Rébus, displayed many times in terracotta plaques on the walls of his mansion Sutton Place, Surrey, was a «tun» or barrel used to designate the last syllable of his surname. Instead, we use the word «rebus» in a sense closer to its traditional (and dictionary) meaning: a representation of a word or phrase through images or symbols. (The Nation) Writing correspondence in the form of rebus became popular in the 18th century and continued into the 19th century. Lewis Carroll wrote to the children with whom he was friends picture puzzle letters, absurd letters and mirror letters that had to be held in front of a mirror to be read.  Rebus letters served either as a kind of code or simply as a hobby.
Freud postulated that the rebus was the basis for revealing the latent content of the dream. He wrote: «A dream is a puzzle of images of this kind, and our predecessors in the field of dream interpretation made the mistake of treating the Rebus as a pictorial composition: and as such it seemed absurd and worthless to them.» The idea is to find the name of the image, apply the rules and reverse the result. In this case, we have an «owl». After replacing `w` with `s`, we get `osl`. We add «a» and get «osla». Now we need to reverse the signs (⟲) to get «also». The term rebus also refers to the use of a pictogram to represent a syllable sound. As a result, pictograms are converted into sound carriers. A precursor to the development of the alphabet, this process represents one of the most important developments in writing. Fully developed hieroglyphics, read in the manner of Rebus, were published as early as 3400 BC. Used in Abydos, Egypt.
 In Mesopotamia, the principle was first applied to proto-cuneiform tablets, starting in the Jemdet Nasr period (c. 3100-2900 BC).   A rebus (/ˈriːbəs/) is a puzzle device that combines the use of illustrated images with individual letters to represent words and/or sentences. For example: the word «summer» could be represented by a rebus showing a bumblebee illustrated next to a plus sign (+) and the letter «n». It was a popular form of heraldic expression used in the Middle Ages to refer to surnames. Kabuki actors wore yukata and other clothing whose imagery in Rebus depicted their Yagō «guild names» and distributed tenugui cloth with their digressive names. The practice was not limited to acting and was practiced by city dwellers from different backgrounds. There were also illustrated calendars called egoyomi [yes], which represented the Japanese calendar in rebus so that it could be «read» by illiterates. There are different types of rebuses, but the type of rebus here is a collection of pictograms with rulers.
These pictograms and rules represent words. It is the task of the rebus reader to find the original word or phrase. Here at rebus.club you can enter any text and it will magically turn into a rebus.