Rohonc Codex downloaded from : · oks. com/rohonc-codex/. Page 2. Page 3. Page 4. Page 5. Page 6. Page 7. Page 8. The Rohonc Codex is a Renaissance-era manuscript in an unknown script and Rohonczi Codex site has images of the Codex and a discussion. Rohonczi Codex The Rahonczi Codex is a Medieval document originating from the southeast of Europe. The author is unknown. It is leather bound and contains .
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Is my interpretation final, is any interpretation final?
The Rohonc Codex
My investigation is completely separate rhonczi the one conducted by Adrian and actually, our only common conclusion is that it is a religious book. The possibility of and artificial language do exist. Symbols that characteristically appear in the same context throughout the codex are regularly transliterated with different letters, so that the patterns in the original code are lost in the transliteration. Description Codex Rohonczi Retrieved from ” https: Take it or leave it, I love it.
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The alleged translation indicates that the text is an th century CE history of the Blaki Vlachs people in their fights against Hungarians and Pechenegs. I do not think it is in Hungarian either.
I would love to help you if I knew how. Do you have a particular reason to believe it is in Hungarian? From Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Notify me of new comments via email. This work is in the public domain in its country of origin and other countries and areas where the copyright term is the author’s life plus 70 years or less.
The text, if taken as meaningful, is of religious, perhaps liturgical character. I would love a neat solving of the problem, a consistent transliteration in recognizable words of a recognizable language. It is clearly Greek or cyrillic orthodox? He identified a 7 page section split by numbered headings, with the whole section preceded by its table of contents.
This hardly counts as an argument, but then, again, since I already identified other signs to stand for IC XC, it is worth considering these other possibilities. Email required Address never made public. Even then he had to rearrange the order of the letters to produce meaningful words.
Public domain Public domain false false. The following other wikis use this file: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. It would be corexul to actually write something with this script. They discovered some numbers, they could decode already some parts of the codex.
Rohonc Codex – Wikipedia
Hi Delia, I am also interested in the Codex and I just created a blog with my results at: He transliterated the first 24 pages of the codex to codeexul a Hindi text which was translated to Hungarian. But the author published a long article in English what you can download from wikipedia EN page: My cdexul regarding the script are organized in two lengthy chapters: I would be very happy to say codex is written in Hungarian as a native speaker but it shall be proven correctly first.
Neither I could recognize Romanian or Latin nor Roumanian written with cyrillic characters as in older times.
This did not happen. Divine Designators — a bit too technical chapter about certain signs which work like sacred names, with some statistics. Here the people is very poor, ill and starving, therefore give them sufficient potency and power that they may satisfy their needs. Besides the text, there are 87 illustrations that include religious, laic, and military scenes. If you refer to Mr. Dear Delia and Adrian, Delia, in your work there is a very nice and logical explanation why and how XC CX is written and how the two characters could develop into one symbol.
Best regards and greetings from Brazil! The Codex is a bizarre collection of paradoxes which annoyed each of those who studied it. Views View Edit History. This is quite reasonable, since on page 41 it appears above the character which is most probable Pilatus. I did not give up, though.