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Well - it is not actually a duplicate. "The Language and Writing System of MS408 (Voynich) Explained" does not assert it is ancient Turkish. It has a completely different language assertion. It states:

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The manuscript uses a language that arose from a blend of spoken Latin, or Vulgar Latin, and other languages across the Mediterranean during the early Medieval period following the collapse of the Roman Empire and subsequently evolved into the many Romance languages, including Italian. For that reason it is known as proto-Romance (prototype-Romance).

Ergo, not ancient Turkish, and no relation to ancient Turkish. And the article was not published until 29 Apr 2019, and is an original article, therefore the information was not available before a couple weeks ago - again, no relation to original article.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 15-May-19 18:08 by Race Jackson.

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Voynich manuscript not so mysterious after all 6274 waldorf 26-Mar-18 01:26
Re: Voynich manuscript not so mysterious after all 417 neilwilkes 10-Dec-18 19:42
The Language and Writing System of MS408 (Voynich) Explained 189 Race Jackson 15-May-19 15:40
Mod Note > Duplicate Topics Merged 154 Dr. Troglodyte 15-May-19 16:37
Not a duplicate 254 Race Jackson 15-May-19 18:06


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