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Script categories

On this page you find the scripts classified according to how they were developed and what other scripts they are related to. The classification here has less to do with how the scripts work than with who developed it when, why, and what other scripts they are based on.



Artificial scripts
Camion code
Cirth
Deseret
Ewellic
Geyinzi
Jindai Moji
Quikscript
Sarati
Shavian
Tengwar
Theban alphabet
Utopian
Natural scripts
Brahmic scripts
Insular scripts of South-East Asia
Batak
Baybayin
Buhid
Kaganga
Makasarese
Mangyan
Old Javanese
Tagbanwa
Tjarakan
North Indic scripts
Bengali script
Brahmi
Devanagari
Gujarati
Gupta
Gurmukhi
Kaithi
Kalinga
Kharoshthi
Landa
Nagari
Oriya script
'Phags pa
Ranjana
Rong
Sharada
Siddham
Syloti Nagri
Tibetan script
South Indic scripts
Grantha
Kannada
Malayalam script
Pallava grantha
Sinhalese
Tamil script
Telugu script
South-East Asian scripts
Burmese script
Cham
Champa
Khmer script
Lanna script
Lao script
Mon script
Sukhothai
Tai Lue
Thai script
Semitic scripts
Aramaic script family
Arabic script
Aramaic script
Classical syriac
Edessan script
Elymaic script
Gabuli Tana
Hatran script
Hebrew
Mandaic script
Modern syriac
Nabatean script
Palmyrene
Greek script family
Armenian
Asomtavruli
Beithe-luis-nin
Coptic script
Cyrillic
Etruscan script
Futhark
Georgian script
Glagolithic
Gothic script
Greek
Khutsuri
Latin script
Lycian
Lydian
Sidetic
Northern semitic script family
Berber script
Hebrew linear
Northeast Iberian
Northern Linear


Lars Marius Garshol, Ontopian.