The Solution to Manuscript: MS408.

You have come to the webpage for the academic papers: 

1. Linguistic Missing Links. 

2. Linguistically Dating and Locating Manuscript MS408. 

3. The Language and Writing System of MS408 (Voynich) Explained. 

These papers will be of interest and use to scholars from various academic disciplines: linguistics, semiotics, graphology, cryptology, Medieval history and so on. The manuscript is demonstrably shown to be written in proto-Romance language, using proto-Italic alphabet. This makes it a unique document in both respects. 

The manuscript dates to 1444 from the island of Ischia, when proto-Romance was the common language of the population of the Mediterranean region. It is closest to modern Portuguese, Catalan and Galician, because Ischia was part of the Crown of Aragon in the 15th century.