W = “this Way has a tWin” (2 casques are in this state) A = “A man of adventure stands tall” T = “aT The beginning and end” E = “cross four spans” (a capital E has 4 bars) R = “an emblem of B” (an emblem of Boston?) T = “it’s down below” (the “T” subway) O = “valkyrie’s windOw ...” (Valkyrie Ferry Terminal) ? = “with seven” (7 Bus stops near Harvard Red Line T Stop) ? = “learned now from methods” E = “past onE casquE” M2 Route 3 = “two circles three” (M2 Harvard Shuttle) CG 52 = “dragon of the C” (“USS Bunker Hill” WWII battleship) ? = ? = ? =
If I remember correctly, the original edition book written by Prius was published by Harvard Lampoon. This, the poem is called “Tribute” to Prius, and may be again pointing to a Boston/Cambridge location NOT in parkland NOR on private property, where NO DIGGING is legally allowed. It is also possible, like other games in modern times, while there is a token/item to be located, it is hidden in plain sight, and not to be dug for at all...
The Image Comments:
There is such a thing as a “Frigga” Butterfly, but with different markings. The butterfly shown has been mounted for preservation, like those at the famous collection in the Harvard Natural History Museum.