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The following geometrical game is based on the fact that the 15 intermediate double covers of D/H = P1 are 5 elliptic curves (each branched on 4 of the 5 branch points) and 10 rational curves (each branched on 2 of the 5 branch points). Let Ai be the elliptic curve branched on all the five points with exclusion of Pi : then D → D/H factors as D → Ai → Ai → D/H where the middle map is multiplication by 2, and D → Ai is the quotient by an involution with fixed points; the number of fixed points is exactly 8, since, if g ∈ H, the fixed set Fix(g) is an H-orbit, and has therefore cardinality equal to a multiple of 8.

Now, we want to show that the Abelian variety A (W is assumed to be a projective manifold) splits as desired. 3. In fact, the group G acts on the Abelian variety A as a group √ of biholomorphisms, hence √ it acts on Λ⊗R commuting with multiplication by −1. G representations, and then (3) Hence multiplication by −1 is an isomorphism of √ implies that Λi ⊗ R is stable by multiplication by −1; whence Λi ⊗ R generates a subtorus Ai . Finally, A splits because Λ is the direct sum of the sublattices Λi .

Let e1 , e2 , e3 , e4 be a basis of the Z/2Z - vectorspace G and let D → P1 branched in p1 , . . p5 be given by the appropriate orbifold homomorphism 5 xi , x21 , . . , x25 → (Z/2Z)4 , ϕ : T(2, 2, 2, 2, 2) := x1 , . . , x5 | i=1 where ϕ(xi ) = ei for 1 ≤ i ≤ 4, ϕ(x5 ) = e5 := e1 + e2 + e3 + e4 . Then Hurwitz’ formula shows that D is a smooth curve of genus 5. Note that the only elements of G having fixed points on D are the 5 elements ei (1 ≤ i ≤ 5), and each of them has exactly 8 fixed points on D.

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