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Cryptomenysis patefacta

J. F.

Cryptomenysis patefacta

or, The art of secret information disclosed without a key. Containing, plain and demonstrative rules, for decyphering all manner of secret writing. With exact methods, for resolving secret intimations by signs or gestures, or in speech. As also an inquiry into the secret ways of conveying written messages: and the several mysterious proposals for secret information, mentioned by Trithemius, &c.

by J. F.

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Published by D. Brown in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cryptography.

  • Edition Notes

    Dedication signed: John Falconer.

    StatementBy J. F. ...
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsZ103 .F18
    The Physical Object
    Pagination11 p.l., 180 p.
    Number of Pages180
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6533152M
    LC Control Number11019066

      After their parents are lost in an accident, thirteen-year old twins Grace and Marty are whisked away to live with their Uncle Wolfe-an uncle that they didn't even know they had! The intimidating Uncle Wolfe is an anthropologist who has dedicated his life to finding cryptids, mysterious creatures believed to be long extinct.4/5(26). Cryptomenysis Patefacta; Or, the Art of Secret Information Disclosed without a Key. Containing, Plain and Demonstrative Rules, for Decyphering, London: Daniel Brown.


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Content. Unlike John Falconer's Cryptomenysis Patefacta (), which described various kinds of ciphers and deciphering thereof (cf.

another article), Davys focuses on numerical code, which was the mainstream cipher at the aim was to inform the public that the art of deciphering had a solid basis, despite some arguments circulated at the time that deciphering was nothing.

Subsequent writers on the subject are John Falconer (Cryptomenysis patefacta), ; John Davys (An Essay on the Art of Decyphering: in which is inserted a Discourse of Dr Wallis), ; Philip Thicknesse (A Treatise on the Art of Decyphering and of Writing in Cypher), ; William Blair (the writer of the comprehensive article “Cipher” in.

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The Dunwich Horror/Chapter VIII. Falconer's Cryptomenysis Patefacta, Davys' and Thicknesse's eighteenth-century treatises, and such fairly modern authorities as Blair, van Marten and Kluber's script itself, and in time became convinced that he had to deal with one of those subtlest and most ingenious of cryptograms, in which many separate.

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