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Elder Iakovos (Tsalikis) has been declared a Saint by the Holy Synod of the Patriarchate of Constantinople. Panayiotis’ Message for Thanksgiving Dear friends and parishioners, I greet you with great joy as we celebrate the Feast of Thanksgiving.
My prayers are with you and your families during this national holiday which brings families together and helps us reconnect with those we care for and love.
Arabic Although Arabic became the primary language in Nubia sometime around the fourteenth century, Old Nubian continued to be used until the late fifteenth century, or later.
Today, Arabic is the first language in Sudan and was used in Nubia long before the fall of the Christian kingdoms in the fourteenth century.
It is worth mentioning that the Old Nubian alphabet consisted of Greek letters, in addition to Coptic and Meroitic characters.
Like Greek, Old Nubian employed diacritical signs (i.e, dots used to mark vowels, consonants, numerals, as well as to separate between words, and to mark the end of sentences).
Could this be just the kind of "X-ray vision" the scholars need? And the secret password is always invisible, hidden until you slid the paper into this sleeve, and then the secret word is revealed. D., a mid-sized capital city in Greek-ruled Egypt, the city of Oxyrhynchus—actually, found buried in the Oxyrhynchus city dump, in rubbish mounds.
Well, what if the secret words aren't part of a kids' board game, but instead are on a crumbling, ancient manuscript? These are only a few of the faded fragments found buried near the outskirts of what was, at around the turn from B. Yet somehow, buried above the water tables and beneath the dry sands of Egypt, for all those centuries, almost half a million of these papyri fragments survived, these pieces of ancient paper made from papyrus. You shave the stalk into thin strips, lay them parallel to each other, lay strips running perpendicular to them; you pound it or press it, such that the cell walls break down.
The roots of this feast are found in the inclination of the human heart to offer thanks to God for the abundance of blessings which He has bestowed upon us.An example of such traditions is the , which was extensively used in Nubia.The tradition is essencially a Christian system for abbreviating reoccurring divine names and expressions such as cross, father, spirit, heaven, holly, and son. Greek By the time the Nubian kingdoms converted to Christianity in the sixth century CE, Greek has already replaced Meroitic as the primary written language.Greek was evidently the legal language of Old Dongola; administrative and church documents discovered in the town were largely Greek.