Tool to decrypt/encrypt in Lingua Ignota. Lingua Ignota which means unknown language in Latin is an alphabet created by Hildegard of Bingen having 23 characters.
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Lingua Ignota is the name given to an alphabet of 23 symbols described by Hildegard of Bingen, church woman, abbess of Rupertsberg, in a book called Lingua Ignota per simplicem hominem Hildegardem prolata (which can be translated from latin by: unknown language imagined by a single person: Hildegarde)
Hildegarde of Bingen (O.S.B. Order of Saint Benedict, also known as Saint Hildegard or Sibyl of the Rhine) created it in the 12th century in Germany.
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Lingua Ignota on dCode.fr [online website], retrieved on 2022-09-30,