Cyrillic wr

Cyrillic wr

Name: Кириллица

Systeme: alphabet

Code: Cyrl

Direction: left to right

Creation: End of the 9th century in Bulgaria / The monks and brothers Saints Cyril and Methodius created the precursor of the Cyrillic writing known as Glagolitic. Their followers, including Clement of Ohrid, the first archbishop of Bulgaria, simplified and renamed it: "Cyrillic".

Complements: Lower case is the same as upper case. Third official alphabet of the European Union with Latin and Greek.



According to Kojiki
Susanoo スサノオ
Defeated Yamata no Orochi 八岐大蛇
A legendary eight-headed and eight-tailed serpent
And found a great sword in the fourth tail

Initially ‘Heavenly Sword of Gathering Clouds’
Ame-no-Murakumo-no-Tsurugi 天叢雲剣
Now ‘Grass-Cutting Sword’
Kusanagi-no-Tsurugi 草薙の剣
One of the three Imperial Regalia of Japan三種の神器
With the mirror and the jewel
Representing the virtue of valor

In Atsuta Shrine 熱田神宮 Atsuta-jingū in Nagoya

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