Alphabetum Ibericum Sive Georgianum Cum Oratione
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Alphabetum Ibericum Sive Georgianum Cum Oratione
Latin text written in Georgian. Text is the second article of the Nicene Creed.

Alphabetum Ibericum sive Georgianum cum Oratione (literally "Iberian or Georgian Alphabet with Prayers") is the first book printed in the Georgian language using movable type in 1629 at Palazzo di Propaganda Fide. The book was printed along with Dittionario giorgiano e italiano by Nikoloz Cholokashvili, the ambassador of the Georgian king Teimuraz I, in Rome. It includes a guide for Latin speakers on reading and pronouncing Georgian written in Mkhedruli script.[1][2]

References

  1. ^ Iberian or Georgian Alphabet with Prayers World Digital Library
  2. ^ David Marshall Lang The Last Years of the Georgian Monarchy, 1658-1832 p. 131, 1957, Columbia University Press

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