Voynich is the name given to a historical manuscript. The manuscript is named after an antiquarian named Voynich (the seller of old and rare books) as he claimed he found it. This manuscript is around 600 years old (1404-1438) and consists of about 240 pages. The writing consists of coding and plain text sections, and the plain text sections are read from left to right, while the coded sections are read by first letters of every line from top to bottom. The coded chapters and the content have been read for the first time due to the ATA alphabet transcription we made, and as we understand from the read chapters, we can say that the manuscript was written before 1453. Today, the original manuscript is found in the library of rare books and manuscripts at Yale University in the United States.
Although this manuscript is related and known by the name of the antiquarian who found it in Europe, we prefer to call the manuscript the ATA Manuscript, as we will disclose our unfortunate discoveries behind the acquisition of the manuscript. In other words, we have strong reason to believe Voynich was a thief, and naming such an artifact after him would be a disservice to history. Yet, more on that later.