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SUPPLEMENT 3
PROTO-BULGARIAN RUNIC INSCRIPTIONS
 
1. Inscriptions from Murfatlar, accompanied by drawings

1.1. 

1.2. 

1.3. 

Publications: E. Triarsky. Die Tamgas und Runen ..., Wiesbaden, 1986.

1.4. 

Publications: E. Triarsky. Op. cit., Supplement.
A similar string of characters also appears in the following inscription from Murfatlar:

2. Inscriptions without drawings

1. 

2. 
Both inscriptions come from the rock churches of Murfatlar.
Publications: V. Beshevliev, INMW, (untranslated).

3. 
Inscription from one of the Murfatlar's rock churches. No attempts so far for reading or interpretation.

Publications: V. Beshevliev, INMW, 1974. (The publication contains a reproduction of the inscription with no comments or attempts of decoding the characters.); E. Triarsky. Op. cit.

4. 
Inscription from the walls of Murfatlar's rock churches.
Publications: V. Beshevliev, INMW, 1974. No attempt for interpretation or any comment undertaken.

5. 
Discovery site - the rock churches of Murfatlar.
Publications: V. Beshevliev, INMW, 1974. (not translated).

6. 
Discovery site - the rock churches of Murfatlar.
Publications: V. Beshevliev, INMW, 1974. No attempts for reading or interpretation.

7. 
Discovery site - the rock churches of Murfatlar.
Publications: V. Beshevliev, INMW, 1974. No interpretation or commentary.

8. 
Discovery site - the rock churches of Murfatlar.
Publications: V. Beshevliev, INMW, 1974. Not translled; E. Triarsky. Op.cit.

9. 
Discovery site - the rock churches of Murfatlar.
Publications: V. Beshevliev, INMW, 1974. Not translated.

10. 
Discovery site - the rock churches of Murfatlar.
Publications: V. Beshevliev, INMW, 1974. No decoding or commentary;
E. Triarsky. Op.cit. (with an attempt to read it under the influence of the Turkic runic inscriptions, from right to the left, which did not lead to any results.)

11. 
Discovery site - the rock churches of Murfatlar.
Publications: V. Beshevliev, INMW, 1974. (Facsimile. no decoding or commentary);
E. Triarsky. Op.cit. (with an unsuccessful attempt to read it from right to the left. All these unsuccessful attempts showed that they must be read from left to the right (see the considerations above in the text).

12. 
Discovery site - the rock churches of Murfatlar.
Publications: D. Barnea. Studii istorii veci;
V. Beshevliev, INMW, 1974. (no attempt for decoding or commentary);
E. Triarsky. Op.cit. (with an attempt for reading from right to the left, which remained unsuccessful because of the incorrect direction of reading).

13. 
Discovery site - the rock churches of Murfatlar.
Publications: V. Beshevliev, INMW, 1974. (no attempt for decoding).

14. 
Discovery site - the rock churches of Murfatlar.
Publications: V. Beshevliev, INMW, 1974. (no attempt for decoding or commentary).

15. 
Discovery site - the rock churches of Murfatlar.
Publications: D. Barnea, I. Stefanescu. Op. cit. Fig. 59 (no attempt for decoding);
V. Beshevliev, INMW, 1974. (no attempt for decoding).
E. Triarsky. Op.cit. (with an attempt to read it from right to the left, which remained unsuccessful because of the incorrect direction.)

16. 
Discovery site - the rock churches of Murfatlar.
Publications: D. Barnea, I. Stefanescu. Op. cit. Fig. 59 (no attempt for decoding);
V. Beshevliev, INMW, 1974. (no attempt for decoding).

17. 

Discovery site - the rock churches of Murfatlar.
Publications: D. Barnea, I. Stefanescu. Op. cit. Fig. 59 (no attempt for decoding);
V. Beshevliev, INMW, 1974. (no attempt for decoding).

18. 

Discovery site - the rock churches of Murfatlar.
Publications: D. Barnea, I. Stefanescu. Op. cit. Fig. 66 (no attempt for decoding);
V. Beshevliev, INMW, 1974. (not decoded and not translated).
 

19. 

Discovery site - the rock churches of Murfatlar.
Publications: V. Beshevliev, INMW, 1974. (not translated).
 

20. 
Discovery site - the rock churches of Murfatlar.
Publications: V. Beshevliev, INMW, 1974. (not translated).
 

21. 
Proto-Bulgarians Runic inscription from the bronze rosette of Pliska

Publications: St. Vaklinov. Establishment of the Early-Bulgarian culture, S., 1971, p. 154;
L. Doncheva-Petkova. Characters from archaeological monuments from medieval Bulgaria - VII-IX cc., S., 1980, Tab. 25, Fig. 11 (no attempt of decoding);
E. Triarsky. Op.cit. (With incorrect reading direction under the influence of the Turkic inscriptions, which prevented decoding).
 

3. Runic inscriptions, which contain typical Proto-Bulgarian symbols


Publications: L. Doncheva-Petkova. Characters from archaeological monuments from medieval Bulgaria - VII-IX cc., S., 1980, Tab. 22-23.
 

4. Special Proto-Bulgarian runic inscriptions

1. 
Inscription on a bone horn from Pliska. Below the inscription is seen a drawing of a horse with the sampe character on its shoulder, as at the start of the inscription.
Publications: L. Doncheva-Petkova. Op.cit., Tab. 25.

2. 
Inscription on a rock on the road to the village of Kalugerica (Shumen district).
Publications: L. Doncheva-Petkova. Op.cit., Tab. 22.
 

5. Runic fragments, which were discovered in Ravna, Krepcha and Madara


 

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