The Veronese Riddle (Italian: Indovinello veronese) is a riddle written in late Vulgar Latin on the margin of a parchment, on the Verona Orational, probably in the 8th or early 9th century, by a Christian monk from Verona, in northern Italy. It is an example of the internationally widespread writing-riddle, very popular in the Middle Ages and still in circulation in recent times. Discovered by in 1924, it is considered the oldest existing document in the Italian language along with the Placiti Cassinesi.
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