TIL that Christopher Columbus’s signature is written in a combinaison of Greek and Latin script, whose exact meaning has not been decyphered yet. People have used the signature to “prove” that he was Greek, Portuguese, Jewish… by whatilearned June 30, 2022, 4:30 pm Read more: https://www.christopher-columbus.eu/signature.htm What do you think? 12 Points Upvote Downvote ChristopherColumbusscombinaisondecypheredexactgreekjewishlatinmeaningpeoplePortugueseprovescriptsignatureTILToday I learnedwritten See more Previous article TIL about the Elephantine Colossus: A 200-foot-tall elephant-shaped hotel that was built on Coney Island in 1885, that housed a concert hall, museum, observatory, and more. It later became a brothel but burnt down on 27th September 1896 following a mysterious incident. Next article TIL that Elvis actually was supposed to be born with a twin who died at stillbirth. This then contributed to why his mom was so overprotective of him growing up. Long live the King. One Comment Leave a Reply Spain: Here are your 3 ships, please sign here. CC: Sign? Spain: Write your name here. CC: Write? Spain: Yeah, like the rest of the agreement, put the letters you need to spell your name on the line below. CC: *nervously copies some letters he’s seen before. ​ People in 2022: Wow, what a mystery this is, what could his signature mean? Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.