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Re: Re: VMs: Further investigatio of folio f1r
======= At 2004-04-06, 11:14:00 you wrote: =======
>Barbara Babbles; >I agree. IIRC in the comparison between the VMS and Latin was
with Modern >Latin (the Vulgate), however, I believe there are over 40
orthographic and >spelling differences between Medieval Latin and both Modern
and Classical >Latin (I can't find by tome on medieval Latin to confirm this).
This also >changed from country to country: eg Irish Medieval Latin wasn't the
same as >say English or German Medieval Latin. > >I think more than substitution
is at work.
Exactly - I did corresponding "sign-to-letter" conversion, based on
sign frequency, but didn't get too far. There still can be one (or more?) transposition ciphers present. Or it can be something altogether different :-).
Best regards. Jan
http://www.angelfire.com/electronic2/ohlas/VM/ Voynich Manuscript
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