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VMs: Re: Cyrilic
The present day Cyrillic and VMs alphabet is not the same.
Both alphabets are designed to express Slavic language.
Visit my Home Page,
you will find there deciphered VMs with respect to
----- Original Message -----
From: "Stefan Urbanek" <stefan@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Friday, July 15, 2005 4:57 AM
Subject: VMs: Cyrilic
> Has anyone tried to match voynich characters to cyrilic alphabet? Note
> cyrilic italics or hand written has different shapes for some characters
> notable is cyrilic italics 'm' is 'T'). There are also some characters
> denote palatalisation of previous character (soft sign, hard sign),
> are not pronounced.
> Here you can see italics form (at the bottom half):
> Matching to cylirics would mean, for example, that what in currently used
> voynich transcription is 't' (two parallel lines joined at the top with
> loops) would be 'p' when compared to cyrilic.
> If this was discussed already, can someone give me more pointers?
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