The glyphs re-ordered?

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The glyphs re-ordered?

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A synthesis of my further thoughts on Massimiliano Zattera's "slot alphabet" and its corollary hypothesis: that in the Voynich manuscript, in nearly every "word", the scribes re-ordered the glyphs according to a predefined sequence.

https://goodreads.com/author_blog_posts ... e-ordering

Canto 1 line 1 to v101.jpg
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Two alternative mappings of Dante's La Divina Commedia (1472 edition), Canto 1, line 1, to Voynich glyphs, on the basis of frequency matching and re-ordering processes. Author's analysis. (The three alternative results in column 2 reflect the flexible positioning of the glyphs {o}, {8} and {9} within Zattera’s “slot alphabet”. The glyph strings in blue are real Voynich "words".)

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