After six hundred years of its meaning having eluded everyone from John Dee to Rudolf II of the Holy Roman Empire, it seems that the mysterious Voynich Manuscript (currently held at Yale) has yielded up some of its secrets at last. Stephen Bax, who is Professor of Applied Linguistics at the University of Bedfordshire, has written a paper providing a translation of ten words from the text names of various plants that are illustrated in the manuscript. Until now, the general consensus among academic historians was the that Voynich Manuscript was a hoax made entirely of gibberish. Apparently not.
This video presents the research into the script and language of the Voynich manuscript in an informal way. stephenbax.net for the fully argued article.
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