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

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VIII. Alphabetum Græcum Cadmi, sive Ionicum, ante Chr. 1500 aversis literis Phœnicum, è nummis Siculis, (Æginensibus) Boeotis, Atticus, alüsque. [more...]

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XIII. Græcum Justiniani magni. A.D. 527. [more...]

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XVII. Alphabetum Latinum ab Ionica, quinque & literis exceptis, ante Chr. 714 [more...]

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XXII. Alphabetum Francicum AD. 500, è Latino [more...]

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XXVI. Alphabetum Copticum è Græco A.D. 700

XXVII. Alphabetum Æthiopicum A.D. 800 è Coptico.

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XXVIII. Alphabetum Russorum & Slavorum è Græco inventore Cyrillo A.D. 700.

XXIX. Alphabetum Armenium è Græco A.D. 800.

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Alphabetum Kuficum ec Codice M.sto Bodleino desciptum: quod mecum benignè communicat Tho.s Hunt S T P. Ædis Christi Oxon: Canonicus, & L L. Heb. & Arab. Professor. [more...]

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Agarenorum, seu Sara =
Arabic, vulg, collatum.

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(u)A. Kircher. Alphab. Character. cenorum in Africa, cum [...]

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