Ancient macedonian alphabet and later reformators: Trp Ruen, St. Cyril and Metodi and St. Kliment Ohridski

        Both ancient macedonian alphabets from the ancient macedonian dia system later were the base for many derivated alphabets of some ancient macedonian tribes who composed the variant alphabets adapted to their dialects. Such is the case with the vinds, Phoenicians, Venets, Etruscans, Pelazgians (Belazgians), Lelezians, Lichians, Indians, cretian tribes etc. They can all be treated as ancient macedonian tribes in the frame works of the ancient macedonian language because they spoke an ancient macedonian pre language so that's why they are the subject of research of ancient macedonians. Even the attempts with the so - called pictorial A and B alphabet and the linear A and B alphabet failed because as derivations and modifications they were pushed out by the ancient macedonian substratum which in itself contained the simplest graphic and phonetic system that is, the simplest vocal vowel and consonantal system which means a multi functional and very simple system in everyday use and communication. Probably it is the reason why in the year 6363 from the creation of the world that is the year 855 or the year 863 A.D. and the holly Salonika brothers Kiril and Metodi who have macedonian and all slav reformational recognition as well as their predecessor the great macedonian and all slav educater, historian, scientist and poet TRP RUEN probably in the year 6075 from the creation of the world or in the year 567 A.D. as well as Kliment Ohridski - the great macedonian and all slav educator, scientist, translator, "replacer of the letters" of the glagolithic with those of the ancient macedonian alphabet in the year 6400 from Adam or in the year 893 - 894 A.D. and the founder of the Ohrid university with 3.500 students who as much as possible used the perfectly arranged ancient macedonian alphabets as the source, as a prototype in the so called composition of the middle aged macedonian alphabets (conditionally called ruenithic, glagolithic and cyrilic) with a more complicated vowel system with the presence of diphthongs and nasals but with an unchanged ancient macedonian simplified specific perfect consonantal system especially utilised in the cyrilic by a rare erudite as Kliment who untill his death on the 27 of july 6424 from the creation of the world or till the year 916 of the new era was preoccupied with an impressive literal work. In this context the words of the romeian (Byzantian) emperor Mihail III (824 - 867) derive exceptional meaning when he was addressing Constantine - Kiril and he told him:

which would say:

"Because you are people of Solun (Salonika)
and the people from Solun speak in pure slav".



Facsimile on the wooden bar no.15 from the wooden book from 567 A.D. with kept author's name and surname T'rp Ruen


        If we take into consideration the above disclosed as well as the controversial statement made by the monk Tsrnorizets Hrabar (courageus) that allegedly, Kiril "created thirty - eight letters some according to the greek letters other according to the slav speech" then it is clear why so many contemporary scientists are deceited when they claim that allegedly, the greek alphabet from the IXth cent B.C. is the Prototype of the cyrillic. Such is the case with Ilyinski when he states that " It was only necessary to find a person who was of perfect knowledge of the greek as well as the glagolithic alphabet who would agree to take - on the labour of reforming the last in accordance with the first"… Pointing out Kliment to be the one as he was the best most educated student of Metodi and most appropriate reformer. We also are of the opinion that D-R Emil Georgiev is right when in his book (Kiril and Metodi founders of slav literature, Sofia 1956, p. 126) says that "… When he was putting together his alphabet probably in front of him he had an older phase of the cyrillic but his next statement is absolutely wrong that the "older phase" was a slavized greek alphabet…" because our deciphered ancient macedonian lingual material competently devalues, negates and throws of such wrong views of his. Unacceptable is the opinion of prof. Radmila Ugrinova - Skalovska (Old slav language, Skopje 1987, p. 26 - 27) when she says that "the prototype of the glagolithic is the contemporary greek cursive alphabet (running writing) for the marking of the sounds which were the same both in the greek and in the slav language while for the letters of those sounds which were typical slav, the source could be found in some similar alphabets ( coptic, old hebrew) and this is one more proof that the composer of the glagolithic could only be Kiril who was very familiar with both and especially unsustained is her view that allegedly the prototype of the cyrillic is the greek initial (constitutional) alphabet from the ceremonious book and court documents from the IXth cent. also filled in with special marking for the typical slav sounds appropriate to those of the glagolithic" and inconsistent is the opinion of the academic Blazhe Koneski (Book on Kliment Ohridski, Skopje, 1956, p. 80) when he says that allegedly "The cyrillic by and large is a simple copy of the greek constitutional alphabet" because the ancient macedonian public alphabet had differentiated letters appropriately shown in table No. 1


St.Cyril Philosopher, "St.Sofija" of Ohrid. Frescoe from the period of Archibishop Lev (1037-1056)

Writing with the word "Macedonis" (Macedonian)
dated from IV century A.D.
wich refer to a Macedonian women.

Sculpture with the face of St.Clement of Ohrid, XIV century. The church "St.Clement of Ohrid"
(Virgin Mary of Perivlepta)