Bryges or Briges (Greek: Βρύγοι or Βρίγες) is the historical name given to a people of the ancient Balkans.They are generally considered to have been related to the Phrygians, who during classical antiquity lived in western Anatolia.
Phrygia retained a separate cultural identity. Classical Greek iconography identifies the Trojan Paris as non-Greek by his Phrygian cap, which was worn by Mithras and survived into modern imagery as the "Liberty cap" of the American and French revolutionaries.The Phrygians spoke an Indo-European language. (See Phrygian language.
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Hatti, Hittite and Phrygian periods. The oldest settlements in and around the city center of Ankara belong to the Hatti civilization which thrived during the Bronze Age.The city significantly grew in size and importance under the Phrygians starting from around 1000 BC, experiencing a large expansion following the mass migration from Gordion, the capital of Phrygia, after an earthquake which ...
The Celtic languages form a branch of the larger Indo-European family.By the time speakers of Celtic languages enter history around 400 BC, they were already split into several language groups, and spread over much of Western continental Europe, the Iberian Peninsula, Ireland and Britain.
The Naassenes had one or more books out of which Hippolytus of Rome largely quotes in the Philosophumena, which professed to contain heads of discourses communicated by James, the brother of Jesus, to Mariamne. They contained treatises of a mystical, philosophic, devotional, and exegetical character, rather than a cosmological exposition.
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1 a member of an ancient Indo-European people who lived in the SE corner of the Balkan Peninsula 2 the ancient language spoken by this people, belonging to the Thraco-Phrygian branch of the Indo-European family: extinct by the early Middle Ages
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Meroitic Script is an alpha-syllabary(abugida) such as Brahmi and Devanagari. Meroitic has symbols for syllables and vowels, an abugida, like the Ethiopian Geez Script . It is not an alphabet, as the Coptic Alphabet derived from the Greek Alphabet with consonants and vowels.