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Champollion took the decipherment of hieroglyphs further than Young and is widely credited as the one who cracked the code today. In 1822, using the royal names written in cartouches as his key piece of evidence, he recognized that the Egyptian script was a combination of phonetic characters representing sounds and ideograms representing objects and concepts and outlined his findings in a letter to Monsieur Dacier.


History has presented us with countless mysteries, some of which plague us to this day. What was Jack the Ripper? What happened to the Ark of the Covenant? Was Atlantis real? But other mysteries have proven easier to crack, in particular ancient codes and ciphers that people devoted years to solving, allowing us to catch a glimpse into a long forgotten world.


Jean-Francois Champollion was able to compare the glyphs to the Greek text and first determine the names of Cleopatra and Ptolemy. In 1822, the code had been cracked and one of the oldest languages in the world was understood once more.


There are three ciphertexts that need to be decoded to find the treasure. One tells you where the treasure is, one tells you what it is, and one tells you who owns it, plus their next of kin. Unfortunately, two of these ciphertexts have not been decoded yet. The third is unsolved, as well as the first. However, the second one was cracked, and it detailed what the treasure consisted of.


To this day, no one has had any luck solving one and three. There are many who consider them to be a hoax as well, but the jury is still out on that. But hey, at least one was cracked and we know that somewhere out there, perhaps a small fortune awaits one brilliant code breaker.


With the work Evans and Kober had done in place, an architect named Michael Ventris started trying to crack the code in his spare time, even doing so while he served in World War II. He began to translate ancient place names until the language was deciphered fully by Ventris and a man named John Chadwick in the late 1940s through to 1953, revealing itself not to be Minoan as some had suspected, but the earlier form of Greek.


These three tendencies are like three different codes of law, deep-rooted in their subject and yet variable in their relationship to one another. A theory that ignores any one of them or seeks to fix an arbitrary relationship among them would conflict with reality to such an extent that for this reason alone it would be totally useless.


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