The mysterious Voynich manuscript, written in symbols that so far eluded decipherment, might come from Mexico.
Botanist Arthur Tucker and information technologist Rexford Talbert have managed to identify 37 plants depicted as plants from the America’s, notably Mexico. They similarly identified 6 animals and one mineral. They also managed to identify several plant names in the text as being written in Nahuatl, a Native-American language from Mexico. The caligraphy of the manuscript bears resemblance to the caligraphy of another 16th century Mexican Codex, the Codex Cruz-Badianus from 1552.