Its strange representations of astrological diagrams, unknown plants and animals and miniature unclothed women bathing in some weird interconnected tubs has left scholars scratching their heads for years.
A breakthrough may be on the horizon, as team of botanists have seemingly discovered important clues about it's content and origins.
They have identified numerous species of the plants and animals shown in the manuscript, and have traced them to Spanish territories in Central America!
A very interesting read, more here: www.digitaljournal.com
Very interesting, and the first real breakthrough in coming closer to solving this age old mystery.
Names of various plants have been identified in Nahuatl (the language of the Aztecs) Who, incidentally, had no written language per se - unless this is an example of it?