Unit 3


There are many interesting examples of codes, such as the Sherlock code in the picture above where each dancing man represents a particular alphabet or number. I remember being engrossed with reading Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown, Langdon’s journey to decipher a code was just exciting and I wanted a Cryptex of my own. Nevertheless, the most interesting code would be the hieroglyphics which was undecipherable by linguists till the discovery of the Rosetta stone. The link below is an article of fascinating ciphers and codes throughout history.

 

Link: https://www.theguardian.com/childrens-books-site/2015/sep/10/top-10-codes-keys-and-ciphers

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