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posted by LaminatorX on Thursday February 20 2014, @01:25AM   Printer-friendly
from the somebody-call-in-Enoch-Root dept.

Thexalon writes:

"University of Bedfordshire professor and applied linguist Stephen Bax has decoded 10 words of the baffling Voynich Manuscript. He focused on proper names that would match the accompanying drawings, which allowed him to find similar drawings in other books of the period."

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  • (Score: 1) by WillAdams on Thursday February 20 2014, @01:36PM

    by WillAdams (1424) on Thursday February 20 2014, @01:36PM (#3416)

    The golden guess is the full round of truth.

    That was on an epigraph page for the print versions of _Military Cryptanalysis: Part 1 --- Monoalphabetic Substitution Systems_: yptanalysis.shtml []

    Seems to be missing from the scans though, probably 'cause it was the usual page for stamping the classification on it.