Classical cryptology at play

AlbertiSPECIAL ALPHABETS: Semaphore alphabet, American Sign Language, International maritime signalling flags, Braille, British Sign Language, Bar 'Code', Baudot 'Code', Runic, Morse Telegraph.

CODES: Navajo code talkers, Popham.

CRYPTOANALYSIS: Caius Julius Caesar.

CRYPTOGRAPHY: Monoalphabetic ciphers: Albam, Atbah, Atbash, Affine, Irregular alphabets, Replacement alphabets, Carbonaro alphabet, Augustus, Caesar 1, Caesar 2, 3 letter ciphers, Digraph, The pizzini, Dice cipher, Polybius checkerboard, 'Ndrangheta, PigPen, Rosicrucian, ROT13, Straddling checkerboard, Templars, Dancing men, Wolseley. Homophonic ciphers: Mexican army disc, 25 x 16 representation, Multiple representation of E. Polyalphabetic ciphers: Alberti, Bellaso [1552, 1553, 1555, 1564], Vigenère [Autokey, Beaufort, Beaufort German variant, Gronsfeld, Réglette de Saint-Cyr, Rozier, Vigenère], OTP [One Time Pad, Che Guevara], Larrabee, Phillips, Porta, Solitaire, Trithemius.  Polygramic ciphers: 2 squares, 3 squares, 4 squares, Hill 2x2, Hill 3x3, Playfair [simple and double], Slidefair. Reversible cipher: Kamasutra. Tomogramic ciphers: ADFGX, ADFGVX, Fractionated Morse Code, Bifid and trifid Delastelle cipher, Digrafid cipher, Pollux. Nomenclator: Mary Stuart. Superencipherment: Bazeries, Nihilists, PPC-A, PPC-N, PPC-NE, PPC-W, South-African Scouts, SECOM, VIC. Transposition ciphers: Antonio Marzi, Turning grille, Double transposition, Rectangular transpositions [Complete without key, Complete with key, Incomplete without key, Incomplete with key], Übchi.

STEGANOGRAPHY: Sir Francis Bacon


SERENISSIMA'S CRYPTOGRAPHY: Venetian Ambassadors' messages {Alberto Badoer [1580], Piero Duodo [1595, 1595-8], Sebastian Foscarini [1761, 1762], Sebastiano Foscarini [1682], Giovanni Michiel [1555], Alvise Mocenigo [1558], Giacomo Soranzo [1553], Michele Surian [1557, 1558]}.

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