CYRIL (827-869) , apostle of the Slays, amongst whom he worked inconjunction with his elder
See also:Methodius (q.v.) . Tradition says that while in the Khazar
See also:country (where he combated Jewish and
See also:Mahommedan influence) he found at
See also:Kherson the remains of
See also:Clement of Rome, which he
See also:bore with him wherever he went, finally depositing them at Rome in 867 . His name is associated with the invention of the modified (
See also:form of the Greek
See also:alphabet, which largely superseded the
See also:Slavonic characters .
CYRIL (c. 315–386)
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