Studio | Cottage 々
Name | Hand-embroidered
content | Vonetice manuscript p.100 Mystery Herb
Accessories | White Frame
Size | Figure 210 x 297 mm / Frame 370 x 470 mm
Material | Special Embroidery + Embryo Cloth
| Image color may have subtle chromatic aberrations on different viewing devices
Content introduction |
Hand embroidery embroidered the mysterious herbs on page 100 of the Vonich manuscript.
manuscript is a mysterious book with unknown content, 240 pages, with illustrations, and the author is unknown. The letters and languages used in the book are still unrecognizable, and they are completely incompatible with modern languages. They seem to be reference books for the Middle Ages alchemists. The book name Vonich comes from a Polish-American bookseller named Wilfred Vonich who bought the book in Italy in 1912.
In 2011, through the radiocarbon dating method, the book was published in the early fifteenth century, and the credibility was estimated to be 95% between 1404-1438. Since the manuscript was discovered, professional and amateur deciphers, such as the top British and American decoding experts during the Second World War, have actively studied it, but have not been able to decipher the words. A series of failures made the Vonich manuscript a "Holy Grail" in the history of cryptography.
(content from Wikipedia)