Georgian Manuscript, Jrutchi I Gospels (X century)
Until 1989, Georgian was the only written language among the South Caucasian languages. A unique Georgian alphabet was devised following the country’s conversion to Christianity in 337. The script does not differentiate between upper- and lower-case forms and consists of thirty-eight characters.

Georgian Manuscript, Jrutchi I Gospels (X century)

Until 1989, Georgian was the only written language among the South Caucasian languages. A unique Georgian alphabet was devised following the country’s conversion to Christianity in 337. The script does not differentiate between upper- and lower-case forms and consists of thirty-eight characters.