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Northeast Iberian

( a script )

Type of script: Syllabary
Script category: Northern semitic script family
Period of use: 200 B.C.E. - ?
Writing-direction: Left to right
Names: Northeast Iberian

This script seems to have been derived from the South Iberian script, although this is not known for certain. It is partly alphabetic and partly syllabic. It is relatively sparsely attested.

Languages written with this script:

More information


Lars Marius Garshol, Ontopian.