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After 600 Years, a Literary Mystery Solved?

  • Thu, 14 Sep 2017 09:31
Has a British historian finally cracked the code to what has been called the world's most mysterious book? The meaning of the 15th-century Voynich manuscript , decorated with elegant, indecipherable script and odd drawings of plants and naked women, is one of the great puzzles of the literary world. Now Nicholas... Science from Newser

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