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The Glagolitic Alphabet is the oldest known Slavic alphabet from the 9th century.  The number of letters in the original Glagolitic alphabet is not known, but may have been close to its presumed Greek model. The 41 letters we know today include letters for non-Greek sounds which may have been added by Saint Cyril, as well as ligatures added in the 12th century under the influence of Cyrillic, as Glagolitic lost its dominance.

Hrvatska Uglata Glagoljica ~ The Glagolitic Script ~ 8.5 x 11, frameable

Hrvatska Uglata Glagoljica ~ The Glagolitic Script ~ x frameable

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Hrvatsko-glagoljski očenaš

Hrvatsko-glagoljski očenaš

Glagoljica u Lici, Krbavi, Gatskoj, Modrušu i Senju

Glagoljica u Lici, Krbavi, Gatskoj, Modrušu i Senju

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George de Slavonie, oko 1400.

George de Slavonie, oko 1400.

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Juraj iz Slavonije, Pariz, oko 1400.

Juraj iz Slavonije, Pariz, oko 1400.

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