Crack the Code!

As you can see, all the spaces and punctuation have been removed. This one would be very difficult, but there's a hint. This message is imagined to have been sent in the late Tudor Era, and the first two words appear to be 'Queen Elizabeth.'

WARNING: This cryptogram contains at least one "fixed point". These are letters of plaintext that encrypt to themselves as ciphertext. (For example, J encrypts as J, or something like that.)

Strength of Hint: 583 out of 1000

Let's see what you can do!

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Frequency Distribution of Ciphertext


Frequency Distribution of English

A joint project of Brendan Bard, Prof. Gregory Bard, and Prof. Seth Dutter, University of Wisconsin---Stout (January 30th, 2019)