I was reading an old math textbook, Cocker's Decimal Arithmetic, and came across this cryptogram:
The question I have is about the beginning of the text:
Anixo guo Anamfiggino Jorammi Lehkeg Lofoxrofeholrii Torgiemgig Im Xonifafu Disohemiemgi Puwinasigfeho.
Since the vowels haven't been changed, it's easy to decipher this, using a simple substitution cipher:
Amico suo Amantissimo Johanni Perkes Potochoterophii Fohsiensis in Comitatu Wigoreniensi Ludimagistero.
Which translates roughly to:
To his dearest friend John Perkes [Potochoterophii Fohsiensis] in County Worcestershire Schoolmaster.
And this is where I got stuck. Can anyone help me figure out what "Potochoterophii Fohsiensis" might mean, or point me to resources to help me figure it out?