Eastern Orthodox/Translation of this relic
I hope that you can translate this text. This relic originates from Macedonia. I think that this relic is from Byzantine time.
Here is image:
ANSWER: As best as I can tell, the inscription is not Cyrillic, Latin, nor Greek, which are traditional Orthodox languages of the Byzantine Christian Empire. I would need more contextual information about the object in question to be able to provide any answers.
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QUESTION: Hello Mr. Herman,
Thank you very much for your answer. Here is full image from this relic:
I only know that this relic is older than 200 years. My ancestors has lived in Macedonian territory (not Greek territory).
I still am not able to translate, but I can say with some certainty that the figures represented are Sts. Justinian and Theodora, emperor and empress of the Byzantine Empire from 527-565. Justinian I was, of course, born in what is now modern Macedonia. If the lettering is Macedonian, I am not familiar with it.