SLL330-1 (3)

SLL330-1 (3) - some Southern and The Cyrillic Alphabet •...

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The Scythians
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The Khazars
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The Slavs
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Sts. Cyril and Methodius St. Cyril (c.827- 869) St. Methodius (815-885) Born in Thessaloniki Developed the
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Glagolitic Alphabet
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Glagolitic in practice: The Baška Tablet, Croatia c. 1100
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Glagolitic in Print <- The “Reims” evangel – Croatia, 1395 Gradually replaced during the Medieval Period, although lasted longer among
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Unformatted text preview: some Southern and The Cyrillic Alphabet • Based largely on the existing Greek alphabet. • Became the dominant script by the 12th century The Ostromir Gospel Illustrated manuscript, Novgorod, 1056 The Novgorod Codex • Oldest discovered text from the Eastern Slavs • Late tenth/early eleventh century • Consists of three Biblical psalms, as well as original writings on religion...
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This note was uploaded on 04/02/2012 for the course SLL 330g taught by Professor Wolfson during the Spring '07 term at USC.

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SLL330-1 (3) - some Southern and The Cyrillic Alphabet •...

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