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These are external links and will open in a new window. An academic claims to have deciphered a medieval manuscript which countless scholars including Alan Turing had been unable to decode.
The Voynich manuscript is a handwritten and illustrated text carbon-dated to the midth Century. Dr Gerard Cheshire said: Oooking manuscript is named after Wilfrid M Voynich, a Polish book dealer and antiquarian, who purchased it in The script's codex also baffled the FBI, which studied it during the Cold War apparently thinking it may have been Communist propaganda.
Dr Cheshire, a research assistant at the University of Bristol, said: The language was commonplace in the Loooing during the medieval period, but was not used in written documents as Latin was the language of royalty, church and government.
Dr Cheshire said of the manuscript: Its alphabet is a combination of unfamiliar and more familiar symbols.
The next step is to translate the entire manuscript and compile a lexicon, but will take time and funding as it comprises more than pages. New designs of Huawei smartphones are set to lose access to some Google apps. England selected Local News Regions Bristol selected.
Medieval manuscript code 'unlocked' by Bristol academic 16 May Image copyright PA Image caption The Voynich manuscript is written in the Proto-Romance language An academic claims to have deciphered a medieval manuscript which countless scholars including Alan Turing had been unable to decode.
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