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South Iberian

Type(s): Syllabary

Hierarchy (Containment)

Internal Occurrences (2)

  • Description
    • The script is partly alphabetic and partly syllabic, and its ancestry is unknown, though clearly Greek or Semitic. It is older than North Iberian, which may have been derived from it, and also more sparsely attested.
  • In use
    • 600 B.C.E? - ?

External Occurrences (1)

 
Object id: 3446
Item identifier(s):
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