Oratio Dominica: The Lord’s Prayer in above 100 Languages, Versions and Characters (page 3/9)

[picture: 05: Græca, Textus Authenticus]

05: Græca, Textus Authenticus

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(05: JPEG image showing page texture)

[picture: 06: Græca è Dialectis constructa; Græca Barbara]

06: Græca è Dialectis constructa; Græca Barbara

[picture: 07: Græca Barbara alia.]

07: Græca Barbara alia.

[picture: 08: Græca Metrica]

08: Græca Metrica

[picture: 09: Hebraica]

09: Hebraica

[picture: 10: Eadem charactere Samaritano]

10: Eadem charactere Samaritano

[picture: 11: Chaldaica]

11: Chaldaica

Aramaic, written with the Hebrew alphabet including cantillation for marking vowels.

[picture: 12: Syriaca, Charactere vulgato]

12: Syriaca, Charactere vulgato

[picture: 13: Coptica]

13: Coptica

[picture: 14: Æthiopica]

14: Æthiopica

[picture: 15: Amharica]

15: Amharica


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