History lessons: Letter of the Slavs.

Lagenda about the Glagolitic alphabet, Part 1.


Original taken from yar46 in the Legend of the Glagolitic alphabet, Part 1. The letter of the Slavs.

In a previous article flashed the assumption about the authorship of the Glagolitic. Consider the topic in more detail.
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Chants of the monks of the ancient monastery: “Blessed Optina”

Each of us is a struggle, but it is up to us to decide who to worship

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IN JAPAN DISCOVERED ANCIENT ROMAN DECORATION

15 APR 2014

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IN JAPAN DISCOVERED ANCIENT ROMAN DECORATION


In the course of archaeological excavations of ancient tombs near the Japanese city of Nagaoka, near Kyoto, in the ancient burial hill V century ad members of the Research Institute of objects of cultural values of the Japanese city of Nara was discovered small pieces of glass beads yellow colors that were previously part of the women’s jewelry.
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Science is silent…

Originally posted by taisya_2121 at the MOMENT of TRUTH-2: ENGINEERING EXCAVATIONS IN MOSCOW

“The thing I’m trembling or right?”

Original taken from sasha_bobrov in “the Thing I’m trembling or right?”

Clearly, Raskolnikov and Dostoevsky, was a “loathsome creature”, because they blindly believed in God and in goodness. But the Ministry of health of the United States is definitely “right” and removes the moratorium on crossbreeding humans with animals.

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The greatest floods in history. What are the real disaster behind ancient myths?

Original taken from terrao in the Greatest floods in history. What are the real disaster behind ancient myths?

Unknown Empire

Original taken from koparev in the Unknown Empire

Original taken from koparev in the Unknown Empire

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Tsarist Russia in the XIII – XVIII centuries. was a great Empire, its wealth and power surpassing all other countries.


In 1719, Andrey Konstantinovich Nartov was sent to London to familiarize themselves with British equipment and for the invitation English masters. From London Nartov wrote to the King that in England the masters, which could exceed Russian masters, no. Nartov visited Paris. There he shared some of the secrets of the lathe business with the Duke of Orleans, who considered himself a Turner fan, but all the secrets fully reveal he was not going to.
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