According to the deciphered language material up till now 35 letters have been recognised from the ancient Macedonian "public" alphabet. The written signs of the ancient macedonian language clearly testify that it's a standardized language with developed phonetics and morphology, with various preserved literal texts and with a rich vocabulary. It is synthetic a more flexive language and uptill the XIIIth cent A.D. the macedonian language remains synthetic that is the nouns and other noun words performed their syntactic function in the sentence through the case endings while in the macedonian language there was seven cases, for singular, plural and dual. Oldest inscriptions and writings are with the so called continual language and dates back to at least 7.000 - 6.000 years B.C. and according to the oldest ancient macedonian epigraphy it could be affirmed that both ancient macedonian alphabets ("public" and "secret" existed parallel with each other because on many artefacts seals, clay plates etc.)are registered inscriptions using simultaneously at the same time one and the other pre historic macedonian alphabet. Both alphabets have common characteristics and it is obvious that in a much later period from them emerged as derivations the initial (unific, constitutional) and minuscule so called hellenic alphabet and de facto a derivate of the ancient macedonian alphabet but with a major reduction in the vowel and consonant system, because the so called hellenic alphabet has only 24 letters. Following this, very suspicious is the nature of the announcement of Herodot that supposedly the hellens took over their alphabet from the phoenicians when already in the Balkans we have a sound alphabet in Osinchani, Lepenski Vir and Govrlevo from 7.000 - 6.000 years B.C.