Mediæval Kabardian Alphabet:
Kassogian Inscriptions in Kabarda
[Collected by Amjad Jaimoukha based on Peter Dobrev’s
Inschriften und Alphabet der Urbulgaren, 1995.
This theme is in need of further development by specialists to reproduce the whole mediæval writing system of the Kabardians]
The Kassogs, proto-Kabardians or the ancestors of the Kabardians, had developed a runic alphabet of the Murfatlar type in the sixth-seventh centuries AD. Most probably this intellectual development was an adjunct to the spread of Christianity in Kassogia (Kabarda), where there was need to spread the good word, so to speak... Read more in the attached pdf file.
 Runic inscriptions similar to the Kassogian inscriptions found in the Caucasus were discovered in Murfatlar (today Bessaraby), a small village in Northern Dobrudja in Romania. See the map reproduced in this account.
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