The Glagolitic Unicode block is a range of code points in the Unicode standard that represents the Glagolitic script, which is a writing system that was used in the Middle Ages to write the Old Slavonic language. The Glagolitic script was developed in the 9th century by the missionaries Saints Cyril and Methodius, who were tasked with creating a written form of the Old Slavonic language in order to facilitate the spread of Christianity in Eastern Europe. The Glagolitic Unicode block includes a wide range of characters that are used to represent the letters, symbols, and other characters of the Glagolitic script, such as the letters glagoličica and kako, which are the equivalent of the modern Latin letters G and C, respectively. The Glagolitic Unicode block is part of the Unicode standard, which is a standardized character encoding system that allows computers to store and display text in a wide variety of scripts and languages.
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