Hello everyone. This is an introduction to Glagolitic alphabet. In this video I am going to cover complete Glagolitic alphabet first with telling you the name of every character, then I will repeat you it’s pronunciation twice, so you can hear it better and finally I will tell you the numeric value of that character, because at that time Hindu numerals were not used. So, let’s start. The following one is kinda special. This is the letter Yat. It’s pronunciation varied between different Slavic dialects, as also on it’s position in the word. If it was the first letter it was pronounced as Ya, if it was in the middle it was pronounced as Ye, or Iye and finally if it was the last letter it was pronounced as I. However, at the earliest times this letter had one single pronunciation and it was something between E and I. So it might have sounded something like this: Yat. This was a complete list of all Glaglitic letters used to write Old Slavic. In the next video, we will examine the Old Cyrillic, the very first one, as it was intended. Stay tuned for more and have a great day.