Page from the Voynich manuscript, 15-16th Century - Central Europe

The Voynich manuscript is a handwritten book thought to have been written between Although many possible authors have been proposed, the author, script, and language remain unknown. It has been described as the worlds most mysterious manuscript

Cipher Manuscript 7r

“Written in Central Europe at the end of the or during the century, the origin, language, and date of the Voynich Manuscript are still being debated as vigorously as its puzzling drawings.

The Voynich Manuscript considered to be 'The Most Mysterious Manuscript in the World'. The Manuscript was created in the late 13th century. It is a small, seven by ten inches, but thick, nearly 235 pages. It is written in an unknown script of which there is no known other instance in the world.Despite the efforts of many well known cryptologists and scholars, the book remains unread. There are some claims of decipherment,but to date,none of these can be substantiated with a complete…

The Voynich Manuscript considered to be 'The Most Mysterious Manuscript in the…

El archi famoso manuscrito Voynich

The Voynich Manuscript, a mysterious tome filled with strange botanical illustrations and written in a language no one can identify. Currently resides in the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library of Yale University.

A Medieval English Binding With Thongs Laced Into Oak Boards

A medieval English binding with thongs laced into oak boards ~ Title: The Anturs of Arthur; The Avowing of Arthur;

Manuscript Leaf from an Antiphonary    Date:      second quarter 15th century  Geography:      Made in, probably Mainz, Germany  Culture:      German  Medium:      Parchment, tempera, ink, metal leaf  Dimensions:      19 x 14 in. (48.3 x 35.5 cm)  Classification:      Manuscripts & Illuminations  Credit Line:      Gift of Miss Alice M. Dike, in memory of her father, Henry A. Dike, 1928

Manuscript Leaf from an Antiphonary I Second quarter century I probably Mainz, Germany I Parchment, tempera, ink, metal leaf

A collection three ledgers with drawings of the war, battle and camp drawings of the Civil War from William B. Stark of Egremont, Mass.

A collection of Civil War ledgers from William B. Stark of Egremont, Mass.The lot included three ledgers with drawings of the war, battle and camp drawings, as well as letters relaying battle information.

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