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Posted January 24, 2015
What's interesting about this collection is that it offers cryptograms inspired by true-to-life cryptography and mystery language(s); with everything from endlessly cryptic Leonardo Da Vinci, or the enigmatic Voynich Manuscript, to Claude Chappe's: 'Semaphore Telegraph'.
Very rarely to you get to experience cryptograms in their true form (as opposed to their alphabetical counterparts in the newspaper).
I also really enjoyed reading about each set of symbols and their respective histories. They're set up in a "chapter" style, with increscent levels of difficult ranging from one "key" (¿¿), to three (¿¿¿¿¿¿) -- which is really nice.
An informative, mystifying, and fascinating.
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