This book probes into the Oriental origins of the Glagolitic script, used by Slavic people in the Middle Age before being replaced by Cyrillic. More
The Glagolitic script has traditionally been ascribed to saint Cyril and his brother Methodius. This book examines the possible pre-Christian origin of the script used by the Slavic people and links it with Aramaic, the official script of Persia. Persia was the closest superpower for the Slavs, before they moved West. It is logical they would be culturally and scripturally influenced by Persia. This link has never, so far, been established. It is this hypothesis that this book analyses.