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Re: Re: VMs: Further investigatio of folio f1r
From: "Jan" <hurychj@xxxxxxxxx>
Sent: 05 April 2004 23:00
Hey, now I have something to blame - that's why I could not get anywhere!
:-). But seriously - I did compare the "letter" frequency of the VM
transcript (EVA) with letter frequency of
> medieval Latin by St. Augustin (in his Confessions, Book 1,
> and got interesting correlation at
> Since we can rely more on high frequency letters, the Latin there was much
closer to the VM frequency than I ever expected. I also gave it to my
colleague in Germany to recalculate it independently, but he got the same
results. We can also see that the medieval English - or few other languages
I tried - are far off - again in the area where it counts most.
Stick with it! Don't ask just take my word for it.
> Mind you, it was letter frequency, not word frequency, which of course
lead our linguists to look for unknown language :-). Now our observation
would point to either monoalphabetic substitution cipher, OR transposition
cipher (even multiple) OR the combination of both. I think we gave up Latin
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