Atbash Cipher

The Atbash cipher is a very common, simple cipher. It was for the Hebrew alphabet, but modified here to work with the English alphabet. Basically, when encoded, an "A" becomes a "Z", "B" turns into "Y", etc.

The Atbash cipher can be implemented as an Affine cipher by setting both "a" and "b" to 25.

This is your encoded/decoded text:

In the middle ages, Kings were referred to by their first name only. To stop the confusion between referring to the current King and a previous one, people started referring to "the late ..." in conversation. Tyler Akins <>
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