The verb glagolati means "to speak". It has been conjectured that the name glagolitsa developed in Croatia around the 14th century and was derived from the word glagolity, applied to adherents of the liturgy in Slavonic. The first page of the Gospel of John from the Codex Zographensis.
This really, really, really needs to be renamed to "pre-Christian Slavic writing" or "Slavic runes". One, "pre-Christian Slavic writing" is not intuitive and will rarely be searched. Two, both 9th century references to possible Slavic writing stronlgy imply carving i.
Lots of alphabets are "carved" without being referred to as runes. And lots of runic sources are from manuscript tradition. The Russian article is called ru:which is reasonable. Cherty i rezy could be another possibility, because this article is in fact just about this single expression in Hrabar: It is about a hypothetical thing for which there is not actually any evidence.
Such content as we have here could easily be merged into Chernorizets Hrabar. The assumption that there once was a kind of unified Pre-Christian Slavic Writing is hotly debated among Slavic nationalists.
Apart from the two medieval mentions, which can only serve as indirect evidence of something that might not have been a full-fledged writing system after all, there is nothing that would prove its existence.
It would not be unlikely that the Slavs would use the runes for their own language. Instead that the message follows the Slavic language, nobody of arrogant and ignorant linguists tried to solve the message, which is in Slavic: So the question goes, were Varangians really Swedish Vikings Jarls.
Probably not at all Or this inscription from Latvia; http:Get this from a library! Pre-Cyrillic Slavic writing and pre-Christian Slavic culture: materials of the first international congress, May [V N Skvorcov;].
The Glagolitic script (/ ˌ ɡ l æ ɡ ə ˈ l ɪ t ɪ k /, Ⰳⰾⰰⰳⱁⰾⰹⱌⰰ Glagolitsa) is the oldest known Slavic alphabet. It is generally agreed to have been created in the 9th century by Saint Cyril, Languages: Old Church Slavonic.
Pre-Christian Slavic writing is a hypothesized writing system that may have been used by the Slavs prior to Christianization and the introduction of the Glagolitic and Cyrillic alphabets.
No extant evidence of pre-Christian Slavic writing exists, but early Slavic forms of writing or proto-writing may have been mentioned in several early medieval sources. No extant evidence of pre-Christian (i.e. pre-Glagolitic and pre-Cyrillic) Slavic writing exists, but early Slavic forms of writing or proto-writing were mentioned in several early medieval sources.
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