The Glagolitic alphabet was invented during the 9th century by the missionaries St Cyril (827-869 AD) and St Methodius (826-885 AD) in order to translate the Bible and other religious works into the language of the Great Moravia region. They probably modelled Glagolitic on a cursive form of the Greek alphabet, and based their translations on a Slavic dialect of the Thessalonika area, which formed the basis of the literary standard known as Old Church Slavonic.

Glagolitic alphabet - c: Cyril (AD and Methodius (AD to translate Bible into language of Great Moravia. Modelled on cursive form of Greek; translations based on Slavic dialect of Thessalonika, forming basis of Old Church Slavonic.

Vehekraotyd - script of the Fiendish tongue, loosely inspired by Old Church Slavonic : neography

Vehekraotyd - script of the Fiendish tongue, loosely inspired by Old Church Slavonic : neography

Cyrillic script is used to write more than 50 different languages. (Image from "Omniglot.com - writing systems and languages of the world")

The Cyrillic alphabet (Template:Pron-en) or azbuka is an alphabetic writing system developed in.

Romanian (limba română/român) is a Romance language spoken by about 24 million people in Romania, Moldova and Ukraine. Romanian retains a number of features of Latin, such as noun cases, which other Romance languages dispensed with a long time ago. Romanian contains many words taken from the surrounding Slavic languages, and also from French, Old Church Slavonic, German, Greek and Turkish. (...)

Romanian (limba română/român) is a Romance language spoken by about 24 million people in Romania, Moldova and Ukraine. Romanian retains a number of features of Latin, such as noun cases, which other Romance languages dispensed with a long time ago. Romanian contains many words taken from the surrounding Slavic languages, and also from French, Old Church Slavonic, German, Greek and Turkish. (...)

Vector type with ancient russian letters in alphabetical order and slavonic native symbols.

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Old Church Slavonic alphabet

Information about Old Church Slavonic, the original literary language of Slavs and the liturgical language of the Easter Orthodox Church

Romanian (limba română/român) is a Romance language spoken by about 24 million people in Romania, Moldova and Ukraine. Romanian retains a number of features of Latin, such as noun cases, which other Romance languages dispensed with a long time ago. Romanian contains many words taken from the surrounding Slavic languages, and also from French, Old Church Slavonic, German, Greek and Turkish. (...)

Romanian (limba română/român) is a Romance language spoken by about 24 million…

Old Church Slavonic - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Old Church Slavonic - A page from the Flowery Triod (Triod' cvetnaja) from about one of the oldest printed Byzantine-Slavonic books, National Library of Poland.

The Glagolitic alphabet was invented during the 9th century by the missionaries St Cyril (827-869 AD) and St Methodius (826-885 AD) in order to translate the Bible and other religious works into the language of the Great Moravia region. They probably modelled Glagolitic on a cursive form of the Greek alphabet, and based their translations on a Slavic dialect of the Thessalonika area, which formed the basis of the literary standard known as Old Church Slavonic.

The Glagolitic alphabet /ˌɡlæɡɵˈlɪtɨk/, also known as Glagolitsa, is the oldest known Slavic alphabet from the century.

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