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𐩧𐩣𐩳𐩡𐩺𐩻 𐩷𐩰𐩫𐩸𐩶𐩮 𐩴𐩱𐩥𐩢𐩭𐩵 𐩪𐩬𐩨𐩩𐩼𐩦 𐩹𐩯𐩠𐩲𐩤
license: Apache | Reference sans font for the Old South Arabian script | glyphs: 36 | scripts: Old South Arabian
Zoto Sans Old South Arabian is a design for the Old South Arabian script.
It contains 36 glyphs, and supports 37 characters from the Unicode blocks: Old South Arabian.
Old South Arabian (Musnad, Epigraphic South Arabian, Sayhadic) is a historical Middle Eastern abjad, written right-to-left. Was used in the 6th–8th centuries CE in today’s Yemen and throughout the Arabian peninsula for a group of related now-extinct Semitic languages. Evolved into Ethiopic script, was replaced by Arabic script. Read more on ScriptSource, Wikipedia, Unicode, Wiktionary.
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Portions licensed under the Apache License v2.0.
𐩠 𐩡 𐩢 𐩣 𐩤 𐩥 𐩦 𐩧 𐩨 𐩩 𐩪 𐩫 𐩬 𐩭 𐩮 𐩯 𐩰 𐩱 𐩲 𐩳 𐩴 𐩵 𐩶 𐩷 𐩸 𐩹 𐩺 𐩻 𐩼 𐩿