Aleph, entrusted with the rescue of a priestess, effortlessly slew the captives surrounding the temple and reached the innermost chambers where she was being held. When he found her, she was deep in silent prayer despite the blood-stained attire she wore. Her fervent piety and sublime beauty ignited within him a truly selfless urge to protect for the first time.
Aleph is the first letter of many Semitic alphabets, including Phoenician Aleph, Syriac Ālap ܐ, Hebrew Aleph א, and Arabic Alif ا. The Phoenician letter gave rise to the Greek Alpha (Α) and hence the Latin and Cyrillic alpabets.
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