Sharing a common origin from the Greek alphabet, Roman and Cyrillic show many formal similarities. However, in the history of Cyrillic and Latin writing different phases of development can be traced, in which we can speak of concurrence, coexistence or even struggle between the two related systems. The paper focuses on the relationship between Latin and (Russian) Cyrillic as it was realised with respect to the North Caucasus area.

Bor’ba kirillicy i latinicy na Severnom Kavkaze

V.S.Tomelleri
2015

Abstract

Sharing a common origin from the Greek alphabet, Roman and Cyrillic show many formal similarities. However, in the history of Cyrillic and Latin writing different phases of development can be traced, in which we can speak of concurrence, coexistence or even struggle between the two related systems. The paper focuses on the relationship between Latin and (Russian) Cyrillic as it was realised with respect to the North Caucasus area.
Jazykovoj kontakt. Sbornik naučnych statej
RIVŠ
160
171
978-985-500-615-7
https://elib.bsu.by/bitstream/123456789/113600/1/Tomelleri.pdf
Caucaso; Alfabeto cirillico; Alfabeto latino
AAVV; V.S.Tomelleri
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