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Inscriptions and Alphabet of the Proto-Bulgarians, by Peter Dobrev

Of Zenti the ash isI. PROTO-BULGARIAN INSCRIPTIONS IN GREEK LETTERS

  1.   General outline'AND TONGAN FROM POLOU PROMISES YOU EIGHT SHEEP'
  2.   Remarks on the Proto-Bulgarian inscription from Preslav
  3.   The golden cup of friendship
  4.   The epitaphs from Pliska and Silistra
'UARGON' - TempleII. PROTO-BULGARIAN RUNIC INSCRIPTIONS
  1.  Historical data
  2.  Details of the largest find of Proto-Bulgarian runic inscriptions 'IUANE E' - John the Baptist
  3.  Some considerations regarding the peculiarities of Proto-Bulgarian inscriptions
  4.  General overview of the inscriptions from Murfatlar
  5.  The key to the inscriptions from Murfatlar
  6.  The voice of the revived to live inscriptions
  7.  The long inscriptions from the churches in Murfatlar
  8.  Proto-Bulgarian inscriptions from Old (Kubrat) Bulgaria and from the area of the Imeon mountains
  9.  The second version of the Proto-Bulgarian alphabet from our lands
  10.  The Proto-Bulgarian inscriptions from Pliska
  11.  What does the symbol IYI on the walls of Pliska mean?
  12.  The mystery of the sacred Proto-Bulgarian number - the number seven
  13.  The numbers in the Proto-Bulgarian inscriptions
THE BRONZE ROSETTE FROM PLISKAIII. THE PROTO-BULGARIAN CALENDARTHE MOVING STARS ARE SEVEN
  1. The double specification of the events in the Nominalia of the Bulgarian princes and their importance in deciphering the unclear calendar terms
  2. Mathematical translation of the calendar terms in the Nominalia
  3. Where the special names in the calendar of Isperih come from?
  4. The ancient peoples of the East and the arithmetics of the Proto-Bulgarians
        See also --> An alternative "astronomical" reading of the Pliska rosette

SUPPLEMENTS
Map of NE Bulgaria with the main localities mentioned in the text

Comments of Mr. Cluster User

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An abridged translation of "Universum Protobulgaricum, Band I, Inschriften und Alphabet der Urbulgaren", Peter Dobrev, Sofia, 1995. (c) Peter Dobrev - author. (c) Orion-commerce, Sofia, Bulgaria.