The Cypriot or Cypriote syllabary is a syllabic script used in Iron Age Cyprus, from about the 11th to the 4th centuries BCE, when it was replaced by the Greek alphabet.
Information about the Cypriot syllabary, a syllabic script used to write the Cypriot dialect of Greek between about the 11th and 4th centuries BC.
Cypriot Syllabary Range: 10800 1083F This file contains an excerpt from the character code tables and list of character names for The Unicode Standard, Version 8.0
Cypriot syllabary, system of writing used on the island of Cyprus, chiefly from the 6th to the 3rd century bc. The syllabary consists of 56 signs, each of which ...
Cypriot Syllabary is a Unicode block containing characters for writing Cypriot Greek from the 9th-3rd centuries BCE.
noun 1. a syllabic script in use on Cyprus in the first millennium b.c., used for the writing of Greek and of an unknown language.
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... comparisons clearly show that the Cypriot syllabary seemed to have derived from ... The Cypriot script was finally abandoned only after extensive Hellenization by ...
The Cypriot Syllabary range was introduced with version 4.0 of the Unicode Standard and is located in Plane 1 (the Supplementary Multilingual Plane).
Cypriot syllabary. noun. Definition of Cypriot syllabary: a syllabary probably of Aegean origin in which ancient Cypriot is preserved ; Wait, there’s more!