Researcher at the University of Bristol has decoded the Voynich manuscript.
The Voynich manuscript is a handwritten and illustrated text carbon-dated to the mid-15th Century.The document is housed in the Beinecke Library at Yale University in the USA.
The manuscript is named after Wilfrid M Voynich,a Polish book dealer and antiquarian who purchased it in 1912.
The researcher has said that the text is written in Proto-Romance, belonging to today’s Romance languages including Portuguese, Spanish, French, Italian, Romanian, Catalan and Galician.
The language was commonplace in the Mediterranean during the medieval period but got lost as Latin was the language of royalty, church and government.
Further,the researcher has said that (a)Its alphabet is a combination of unfamiliar and more familiar symbols (b)It includes no dedicated punctuation marks although some letters have symbol variants to indicate punctuation or phonetic accents and (c)All of the letters are in lowercase and there are no double consonant.
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