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𐠼𐠐𐠣𐠅𐠎𐠱 𐠩𐠍𐠪𐠢𐠦𐠮 𐠤𐠬𐠲𐠌𐠔𐠰 𐠕𐠞𐠡𐠝𐠖𐠊 𐠒𐠠𐠀𐠨𐠭𐠟
license: Apache | Reference sans font for the Cypriot script | glyphs: 59 | scripts: Cypriot
Zoto Sans Cypriot is a design for the Cypriot script.
It contains 59 glyphs, and supports 60 characters from the Unicode blocks: Cypriot Syllabary.
Cypriot is a historical European syllabary, written right-to-left. Was used in the 11th–4th centuries BCE in Cyprus for the Greek language. Descended from the Linear A script, closely related to the Linear B script. Was primarily used for record keeping, not literature. Read more on ScriptSource, Wikipedia, Unicode, Wiktionary.
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Portions Copyright 2011-2015 Google Inc.
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Portions licensed under the Apache License v2.0.
𐠀 𐠁 𐠂 𐠃 𐠄 𐠅 𐠈 𐠊 𐠋 𐠌 𐠍 𐠎 𐠏 𐠐 𐠑 𐠒 𐠓 𐠔 𐠕 𐠖 𐠗 𐠘 𐠙 𐠚 𐠛 𐠜 𐠝 𐠞 𐠟 𐠠 𐠡 𐠢 𐠣 𐠤 𐠥 𐠦 𐠧 𐠨 𐠩 𐠪 𐠫 𐠬 𐠭 𐠮 𐠯 𐠰 𐠱 𐠲 𐠳 𐠴 𐠵 𐠷 𐠸 𐠼 𐠿