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Hensikten med denne artikkelen er å fastslå historikken til den aktuelle bibelen/Skriptet.

Gammelt Etiopisk Ortodoks Bibel Script

Bibelen eller bønne boka er laget i Skinn fra Geit. Hver og én side er i geite skinn. Dette er helt unikt.  Bilder og tekst er 100 prosent håndlaget og håndskrevet. Fantastiske farger.

Språket er Geʽez  som et felles religiøst språk som ble benyttet da Eritrea var en del av Etiopia før freden kom i 1992. Nær dagens Tigrinya og Amharic. Et Semittisk språk i dagens Sør Eritrea og i Tigray Regionen i Nord Etiopia. Tigrinya.

Kan stamme fra 15 – 18 hundre tallet. Opprinnelse fra Eritrea. En mulig og sannsynlig referanse kan tyde på enda tidligere. Sannsynlig tilknyttet Ethiopian Orthodox Axum Church eller Lalibela Ethiopian Church.

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The purpose for this article is to do research about facts connected to this Prayer book/Bible.

Ethiopian Script/ Prayer book

The prayer book and all pages are hand made of pure thin Goat Skin. Pictures and all written text are 100 percent handmade. Fantastic colours.

The language in the Prayer Book is Geʽez. A Semitic language spoken in Eritrea/Ethiopia when Eritrea still was a part of Ethiopia before the war ended in 1992. Today the language is spoken in the southern part of Eritrea and in the Tigray Region of Northern Ethiopia. Geʽez, Amharic, Tigrinya is one of the Orthodox religion languages in the Tigray region.

Could be from the 15 – 19 century or much older. Mostly like directly connected to the Ethiopian Orthodox Axum Church or the Lalibela Ethiopian Church.

Geʽez or Tigrinya/Tigrigna/Tigrinja

Geʽez referred to in some scholarly literature as Classical Ethiopic. It is an ancient South Semitic language of the Ethiopic branch. The language originates from the region encompassing southern Eritrea and northern Ethiopia regions in the Horn of Africa.

Today, Geʽez is used only as the main liturgical language of the Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church and Eritrean Orthodox Tewahedo Church, the Ethiopian Catholic Church and Eritrean Catholic Church, and the Beta Israel Jewish community. However, in Ethiopia, Amharic or other local languages, and in Eritrea and Ethiopia’s Tigray Region, Tigrinya may be used for sermons. Tigrinya and Tigre are closely related to Geʽez.

The closest living languages to Geʽez are Tigre and Tigrinya with lexical similarity at 71% and 68%, respectively. Some linguists do not believe that Geʽez constitutes a common ancestor of modern Ethiosemitic languages, but that Geʽez became a separate language early on from another hypothetical unattested language, which can be seen as an extinct sister language of Amharic, Tigre and Tigrinya. The foremost Ethiopian experts such as Amsalu Aklilu point to the vast proportion of inherited nouns that are unchanged, and even spelled identically in both Geʽez and Amharic (and to a lesser degree, Tigrinya).

Sources Wikipedia:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ge%CA%BDez

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