Giant Mosaic - Wooden Puzzle

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This dual purpose puzzle was composed in the 16th century by Albert Durer. It originated from the Indian discovery that by using all the number from 1 to 16 they could be arranged in a square so that all columns, rows, and diagonals add up to 34.

Puzzle 1:
Remove the 16 piece from the board. Scramble the numbers and rearrange them from 1 to 15 in ascending order from top left to bottom right.

Puzzle 2:
Try to arrange the 16 squires in a way that the sum of all the rows, all the columns, the 2 diagonals, the numbers in the corners and the 4 numbers in middle will be 34.

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