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VMs: RE: Strange likeness + nymphs

	It is possible that the re-use of that particular close-match is a
referential location to where those plants exist -- For the sake of argument
say it was a sunflower and it appears on the 'map' on the western side of
the foldout...

John. It could be some kind of flower-child type of cult, too 8-) where the
is like a flower...

-----Original Message-----
From: owner-voynich@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
[mailto:owner-voynich@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx]On Behalf Of Petr Kazil
Sent: Saturday, June 15, 2002 8:51 AM
To: Voynich Ms. mailing list
Subject: VMs: Strange likeness + nymphs

Has anyone noticed the close likeness between the flower of the monstrous
plant on f40v and the (I'm qoting from memory) NW-rosette on f86? It looks
like the author re-used a pictorial element in completeley different
context. This would support the "I just had to fill a lot of pages with
nonsense" theory. Maybe you know more examples ?

And I've posted two medieval pictures of bathing ladies. Although much
better drawn than the Voynich nymphs, these ladies have the same
characteristics: hairdresses, bellies, small breasts, nakedness. And the
pictures are dated.

Look here for all the pictures: