A little town in France is asking the help of general society to reveal the significance behind a secretive 230-year-old rock engraving. The mysterious message – which incorporates 20 lines of content composed using both French and Scandinavian characters – was found on rocks covered up inside a cave on the edges of Plougastel-Daoulas, France.
Since making the revelation very nearly five years back, specialists have made different endeavors to decode the engraving which says: “ROC AR B… DRE AR GRIO SE EVELOH AR VIRIONES BAOAVEL… R I OBBIIE: BRISBVILAR… FROIK…AL”.
Be that as it may, Mayor of Plougastel-Daoulas Dominique Cap said local people are no to revealing the language of the mystery code, which is accepted to be written in a now-terminated language that was spoken in Northern France between the ninth and the eleventh century AD.
There have been suggestions the inscriptions identify with foundations of fortresses close to the bay in which the stone was found. Local language specialists, scholastics, and epigraphers specialists acquainted with Breton history and culture have been bewildered by the words and images, so the town has opened the riddle to people in general.
Individuals presently have until November 30 to present their answers, with a jury to choose which interpretation is the best bet.