Abecedarium Slavorum was invented by Habib to write the Latin language with the Church Slavonic / Old Cyrillic script. This Cyrillic adaptation is based on various ancient Latin manuscripts written in Greek alphabet which are shown in J. N. Adams' book Billingualism and Latin Language, given the fact that the Cyrillic alphabet is derived from the Greek alphabet.
The imaginary narration in the past for this script is that some groups of ultra-conservative Slavic people in the remote past with knowledge of early manuscripts written in Greek (if supposedly they had ever been discovered) made an attempt to write and teach Latin fully with Cyrillic alphabet. Moreover, this writing tradition also should have supposedly been being alive until recent times by that certain Slavic, Cyrillic-writing community, with little or no changes ever made.
This script is almost as phonetic as the conventional Latin script for the Latin alphabet. The letter b in Latin script is adapted into б in contrast with в that symbolizes Latin letter b. This adaptation is not based in early Greek alphabet since it lacks the distinction between the two graphemes. This adaptation actually seems justifiable, however, given that the Cyrillic alphabet generally makes different letters for different sounds.
Omnes homines dignitate et iure liberi et pares nascuntur, rationis et conscientiae participes sunt, quibus inter se concordiae studio est agendum.
All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood.
(Article 1 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights)
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