A — F
G — L
M — R
S — Z
1.0 — 1.1, 1991 — 1993
3.0 — 3.2, 1999 — 2002
4.0 — 4.1, 2003 — 2005
5.0 — 5.2, 2006 — 2009
6.0 — 6.3, 2010 — 2013
7.0 — JUNE 2014
8.0 — JUNE 2015
9.0 — JUNE 2016
10.0 — JUNE 2017
11.0 — JUNE 2018
12.0 — MARCH 2019
not yet encoded
living script
historical script
Africa
America
Central Asia
East Asia
Europe
Middle East
Oceania
South Asia
Southeast Asia
Oldest

PROTO-CUNEIFORM

Middle East

–33 c —— –2901

not yet encoded in Unicode

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

PROTO-ELAMITE

Middle East

–31 c —— –29 c

not yet encoded in Unicode

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

𓀀

EGYPTIAN HIEROGLYPHS

Africa

–31 c —— 1 c

Unicode 5.2, October 2009

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

decodeunicode.org

Scriptsource.org

𒔍

EARLY DYNASTIC CUNEIFORM

Middle East

–29 c —— –2350

Unicode 8.0, June 2015

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

Scriptsource.org

HIERATIC

Africa

-2900 —— 200

not yet encoded in Unicode

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

Scriptsource.org

INDUS VALLEY SCRIPT

South Asia

–25 c —— –19 c

not yet encoded in Unicode

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

Omniglot.com

𒀀

CUNEIFORM

Middle East

–2350 —— 1 c

Unicode 5.0, July 2006

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

decodeunicode.org

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

-20 c — -11 c

BYBLOS

Middle East

–18 c —— –15 c

not yet encoded in Unicode

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

Scriptsource.org

𐘐

LINEAR A

Europe

–18 c —— –15 c

Unicode 7.0, June 2014

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

𐇘

PHAISTOS DISC

Europe

–18 c —— –14 c

Unicode 5.1, April 2008

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

decodeunicode.org

Omniglot.com

CYPRO-MINOAN

Europe

–16 c —— –11 c

not yet encoded in Unicode

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

Scriptsource.org

𔑺

ANATOLIAN HIEROGLYPHS

Middle East

–15 c —— –7 c

Unicode 8.0, June 2015

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

Scriptsource.org

𐂛

LINEAR B

Europe

–14 c —— –12 c

Unicode 4.0, April 2003

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

decodeunicode.org

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

𐎀

UGARITIC

Middle East

–14 c —— –12 c

Unicode 4.0, April 2003

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

decodeunicode.org

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

ORACLE BONE SCRIPT

East Asia

–1300 —— –1050

not yet encoded in Unicode

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

𐤀

PHOENICIAN

Middle East

–12 c —— –2 c

Unicode 5.0, July 2006

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

decodeunicode.org

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

𐠀

CYPRIOT SYLLABARY

Europe

–11 c —— –3 c

Unicode 4.0, April 2003

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

decodeunicode.org

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

-10 c — -1 c

BRONZE SCRIPT

East Asia

-1000 —— -3 c?

not yet encoded in Unicode

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

OLMEC

America

-900 —— -400

not yet encoded in Unicode

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

Ω

GREEK

Europe

–8 c —— today

Unicode 1.0.0, October 1991

living script

———

English Wikipedia

decodeunicode.org

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

𐡀

IMPERIAL ARAMAIC

Middle East

–8 c —— –4 c

Unicode 5.2, October 2009

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

decodeunicode.org

Scriptsource.org

𐤠

LYDIAN

Middle East

–8 c —— –3 c

Unicode 5.1, April 2008

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

decodeunicode.org

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

𐌀

OLD ITALIC

Europe

–8 c —— –1 c

Unicode 3.1, March 2001

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

decodeunicode.org

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

𐩠

OLD SOUTH ARABIAN

Middle East

–8 c —— 7 c

Unicode 5.2, October 2009

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

decodeunicode.org

Scriptsource.org

TOCHARIAN

Central Asia

–8 c

not yet encoded in Unicode

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

Omniglot.com

𐊭

CARIAN

Middle East

–7 c —— –3 c

Unicode 5.1, April 2008

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

decodeunicode.org

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

A

LATIN

Europe

–7 c —— today

Unicode 1.0.0, October 1991

living script

———

English Wikipedia

decodeunicode.org

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

PALAEOHISPANIC

Europe

–7 c —— 1 c

not yet encoded in Unicode

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

DEMOTIC

Africa

–650 —— 6 c

not yet encoded in Unicode

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

Scriptsource.org

𐪑

OLD NORTH ARABIAN

Middle East

–550 —— 4 c

Unicode 7.0, June 2014

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

Scriptsource.org

𐎠

OLD PERSIAN

Middle East

–525 —— –4 c

Unicode 4.1, March 2005

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

decodeunicode.org

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

𐊀

LYCIAN

Middle East

–5 c —— –3 c

Unicode 5.1, April 2008

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

decodeunicode.org

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

SIDETIC

Middle East

–5 c —— –3 c

not yet encoded in Unicode

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

Scriptsource.org

ZAPOTEC

America

–500 —— -100

not yet encoded in Unicode

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

EPI-OLMEC

America

-400 —— 100

not yet encoded in Unicode

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

Scriptsource.org

ETHIOPIC

Africa

–4 c —— today

Unicode 3.0, September 1999

living script

———

English Wikipedia

decodeunicode.org

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

𑀅

BRAHMI

South Asia

–3 c —— 10 c

Unicode 6.0, October 2010

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

decodeunicode.org

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

𐿠

ELYMAIC

Middle East

–3 c —— 5 c

Unicode 12.0, March 2019

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

Scriptsource.org

א

HEBREW

Middle East

–3 c —— today

Unicode 1.0.0, October 1991

living script

———

English Wikipedia

decodeunicode.org

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

𐨀

KHAROSHTHI

South Asia

–3 c —— 7 c

Unicode 4.1, March 2005

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

decodeunicode.org

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

MAYAN HIEROGLYPHS

America

-300 —— 1500

not yet encoded in Unicode

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

𐦠

MEROITIC CURSIVE

Africa

–3 c —— 4 c

Unicode 6.1, January 2012

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

𐦀

MEROITIC HIEROGLYPHS

Africa

–3 c —— 4 c

Unicode 6.1, January 2012

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

SAMARITAN

Middle East

–3 c —— today

Unicode 5.2, October 2009

living script

———

English Wikipedia

decodeunicode.org

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

SINHALA

South Asia

–3 c —— today

Unicode 3.0, September 1999

living script

———

English Wikipedia

decodeunicode.org

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

SATAVAHANA

South Asia

–230 —— 220

not yet encoded in Unicode

historical script

———

Berkeley SEI

Scriptsource.org

𐢀

NABATAEAN

Middle East

–2 c —— 4 c

Unicode 7.0, June 2014

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

NUMIDIAN

Africa

–2 c —— 3 c

not yet encoded in Unicode

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

Scriptsource.org

𐡠

PALMYRENE

Middle East

–1 c

Unicode 7.0, June 2014

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

Scriptsource.org

𐣠

HATRAN

Middle East

-98 —— 240

Unicode 8.0, June 2015

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

Scriptsource.org

± 0 — 9 c

HAN

East Asia

1 c —— today

Unicode 1.0.1, June 1992

living script

———

English Wikipedia

decodeunicode.org

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

RUNIC

Europe

1 c —— 19 c

Unicode 3.0, September 1999

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

decodeunicode.org

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

SEAL

East Asia

121 —— 20 c

not yet encoded in Unicode

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

CHORASMIAN

Central Asia

2 c —— 7 c

not yet encoded in Unicode

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

Scriptsource.org

𐭠

INSCRIPTIONAL PAHLAVI

Middle East

2 c —— 5 c

Unicode 5.2, October 2009

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

decodeunicode.org

Scriptsource.org

𐭀

INSCRIPTIONAL PARTHIAN

Middle East

2 c —— 292

Unicode 5.2, October 2009

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

decodeunicode.org

Scriptsource.org

MANDAIC

Middle East

2 c —— today

Unicode 6.0, October 2010

living script

———

English Wikipedia

decodeunicode.org

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

TEOTIHUACAN

America

250 —— 500

not yet encoded in Unicode

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

𐫀

MANICHAEAN

Middle East

3 c —— 10 c

Unicode 7.0, June 2014

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

OLD SOGDIAN

Central Asia

3 c —— 6 c

Unicode 11.0, June 2018

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

Scriptsource.org

TIFINAGH

Africa

3 c —— today

Unicode 4.1, March 2005

living script

———

English Wikipedia

decodeunicode.org

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

COPTIC

Africa

4 c —— today

Unicode 4.1, March 2005

living script

———

English Wikipedia

decodeunicode.org

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

𐌰

GOTHIC

Europe

4 c —— 9 c

Unicode 3.1, March 2001

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

decodeunicode.org

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

KADAMBA

South Asia

4 c —— 6 c

not yet encoded in Unicode

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

SHANKHA (SHELL SCRIPT)

South Asia

4 c —— 9 c

not yet encoded in Unicode

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

Ա

ARMENIAN

Europe

406 —— today

Unicode 1.0.0, October 1991

living script

———

English Wikipedia

decodeunicode.org

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

𐔰

CAUCASIAN ALBANIAN

Europe

5 c —— ?

Unicode 7.0, June 2014

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

GEORGIAN

Europe

5 c —— today

Unicode 1.0.0, October 1991

living script

———

English Wikipedia

decodeunicode.org

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

KHOTANESE

Central Asia

5 c —— 11 c

not yet encoded in Unicode

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

Scriptsource.org

OGHAM

Europe

5 c —— 7 c

Unicode 3.0, September 1999

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

decodeunicode.org

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

PYU

Southeast Asia

5 c —— 1300

not yet encoded in Unicode

historical script

———

Berkeley SEI

Scriptsource.org

ب

ARABIC

Middle East

6 c —— today

Unicode 1.0.0, October 1991

living script

———

English Wikipedia

decodeunicode.org

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

𐬀

AVESTAN

Middle East

6 c —— today

Unicode 5.2, October 2009

living script

———

English Wikipedia

decodeunicode.org

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

CHALUKYA

South Asia

6 c —— 11 c

not yet encoded in Unicode

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

Scriptsource.org

KHMER

Southeast Asia

6 c —— today

Unicode 3.0, September 1999

living script

———

English Wikipedia

decodeunicode.org

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

PALLAVA

South Asia

6 c —— 9 c

not yet encoded in Unicode

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

Omniglot.com

𐮀

PSALTER PAHLAVI

Middle East

6 c —— 7 c

Unicode 7.0, June 2014

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

ܐ

SYRIAC

Middle East

6 c —— today

Unicode 3.0, September 1999

living script

———

English Wikipedia

decodeunicode.org

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

TIBETAN

Central Asia

6 c —— today

Unicode 1.0.0, October 1991

living script

———

English Wikipedia

decodeunicode.org

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

VATTELUTTU

South Asia

6 c —— 14 c

not yet encoded in Unicode

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

BOOK PAHLAVI

Middle East

7 c —— 9 c

not yet encoded in Unicode

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

Scriptsource.org

𑌕

GRANTHA

South Asia

7 c —— today

Unicode 7.0, June 2014

living script

———

English Wikipedia

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

𑖎

SIDDHAM

East Asia

7 c —— today

Unicode 7.0, June 2014

living script

———

English Wikipedia

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

SOGDIAN

Central Asia

7 c —— 14 c

Unicode 11.0, June 2018

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

TAMIL

South Asia

7 c —— today

Unicode 1.0.0, October 1991

living script

———

English Wikipedia

decodeunicode.org

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

YI

East Asia

7 c —— today

Unicode 3.0, September 1999

living script

———

English Wikipedia

decodeunicode.org

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

ZHUANG SQUARE

East Asia

7 c —— ?

not yet encoded in Unicode

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

Scriptsource.org

𑄇

CHAKMA

South Asia

8 c —— today

Unicode 6.1, January 2012

living script

———

English Wikipedia

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

HENTAIGANA

East Asia

8 c —— today

Unicode 10.0, June 2017

living script

———

English Wikipedia

HIRAGANA

East Asia

8 c —— today

Unicode 1.0.0, October 1991

living script

———

English Wikipedia

decodeunicode.org

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

KATAKANA

East Asia

8 c —— today

Unicode 1.0.0, October 1991

living script

———

English Wikipedia

decodeunicode.org

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

KAWI

Southeast Asia

8 c —— 16 c

not yet encoded in Unicode

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

NANDINAGARI

South Asia

8 c —— 18 c

Unicode 12.0, March 2019

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

Scriptsource.org

𐰀

OLD TURKIC

Central Asia

8 c —— 9 c

Unicode 5.2, October 2009

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

decodeunicode.org

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

OLD UYGHUR

Central Asia

8 c —— 18 c

not yet encoded in Unicode

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

𑆑

SHARADA

South Asia

8 c —— 20 c

Unicode 6.1, January 2012

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

Scriptsource.org

GLAGOLITIC

Europe

862 —— 1893

Unicode 4.1, March 2005

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

decodeunicode.org

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

CHOLA

South Asia

9 c —— 12 c

not yet encoded in Unicode

historical script

———

Berkeley SEI

Scriptsource.org

𐲀

OLD HUNGARIAN

Europe

9 c —— today

Unicode 8.0, June 2015

living script

———

English Wikipedia

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

10 c — 19 c

KHITAN LARGE SCRIPT

East Asia

920 —— 1191

not yet encoded in Unicode

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

KHITAN SMALL SCRIPT

East Asia

925 —— 1191

not yet encoded in Unicode

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

CHAM

Southeast Asia

10 c —— today

Unicode 5.1, April 2008

living script

———

English Wikipedia

decodeunicode.org

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

Я

CYRILLIC

Europe

890s —— today

Unicode 1.0.0, October 1991

living script

———

English Wikipedia

decodeunicode.org

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

NEWA

South Asia

10 c —— today

Unicode 9.0, June 2016

living script

———

Scriptsource.org

RANJANA

South Asia

10 c —— today

not yet encoded in Unicode

living script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

WESTERN CHAM

Southeast Asia

10 c? —— today

not yet encoded in Unicode

living script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

Scriptsource.org

𗀀

TANGUT

East Asia

1036 —— 16 c

Unicode 9.0, June 2016

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

ORIYA

South Asia

1051 —— today

Unicode 1.0.0, October 1991

living script

———

English Wikipedia

decodeunicode.org

Scriptsource.org

BALINESE

Southeast Asia

11 c —— today

Unicode 5.0, July 2006

living script

———

English Wikipedia

decodeunicode.org

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

BENGALI

South Asia

11 c —— today

Unicode 1.0.0, October 1991

living script

———

English Wikipedia

decodeunicode.org

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

𑰀

BHAIKSUKI

South Asia

11 c —— 12 c

Unicode 9.0, June 2016

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

Scriptsource.org

DEVANAGARI

South Asia

11 c —— today

Unicode 1.0.0, October 1991

living script

———

English Wikipedia

decodeunicode.org

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

MEETEI MAYEK

South Asia

11 c —— today

Unicode 5.2, October 2009

living script

———

English Wikipedia

decodeunicode.org

Scriptsource.org

MIXTEC

America

1100 —— 1519

not yet encoded in Unicode

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

က

MYANMAR

Southeast Asia

11 c —— today

Unicode 3.0, September 1999

living script

———

decodeunicode.org

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

JURCHEN

East Asia

1120 —— 16 c

not yet encoded in Unicode

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

DIVES AKURU

South Asia

12 c —— 18 c

not yet encoded in Unicode

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

ERSU SHABA

East Asia

12 c —— today

not yet encoded in Unicode

living script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

Scriptsource.org

PHAGS-PA

Central Asia

1260 —— 1368

Unicode 5.0, July 2006

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

decodeunicode.org

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

THAI

Southeast Asia

1283 —— today

Unicode 1.0.0, October 1991

living script

———

English Wikipedia

decodeunicode.org

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

MALAYALAM

South Asia

13 c —— today

Unicode 1.0.0, October 1991

living script

———

English Wikipedia

decodeunicode.org

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

MONGOLIAN

Central Asia

13 c —— today

Unicode 3.0, September 1999

living script

———

English Wikipedia

decodeunicode.org

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

NAXI DONGBA

East Asia

13 c —— today

not yet encoded in Unicode

living script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

NAXI GEBA

East Asia

13 c —— today

not yet encoded in Unicode

living script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

TAI THAM

Southeast Asia

13 c —— today

Unicode 5.2, October 2009

living script

———

English Wikipedia

decodeunicode.org

Scriptsource.org

TELUGU

South Asia

13 c —— today

Unicode 1.0.0, October 1991

living script

———

English Wikipedia

decodeunicode.org

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

TIGALARI

South Asia

1300 —— today

not yet encoded in Unicode

living script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

𑒏

TIRHUTA

South Asia

13 c —— today

Unicode 7.0, June 2014

living script

———

English Wikipedia

Scriptsource.org

YEZIDI

Middle East

? —— today

not yet encoded in Unicode

living script

———

Berkeley SEI

Scriptsource.org

AZTEC PICTOGRAMS

America

1321 —— 1519

not yet encoded in Unicode

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

Scriptsource.org

𐍐

OLD PERMIC

Europe

1376 —— 17 c

Unicode 7.0, June 2014

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

BALTI A

South Asia

1400 —— 20 c

not yet encoded in Unicode

historical script

———

Berkeley SEI

Scriptsource.org

BATAK

Southeast Asia

14 c —— today

Unicode 6.0, October 2010

living script

———

English Wikipedia

decodeunicode.org

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

BUGINESE

Southeast Asia

14 c —— today

Unicode 4.1, March 2005

living script

———

English Wikipedia

decodeunicode.org

Scriptsource.org

SUNDANESE

Southeast Asia

14 c —— today

Unicode 5.1, April 2008

living script

———

English Wikipedia

decodeunicode.org

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

SYLOTI NAGRI

South Asia

14 c —— today

Unicode 4.1, March 2005

living script

———

English Wikipedia

decodeunicode.org

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

HANGUL

East Asia

1444 —— today

Unicode 1.0.0, October 1991

living script

———

English Wikipedia

decodeunicode.org

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

𑜀

AHOM

South Asia

15 c —— today

Unicode 8.0, June 2015

living script

———

English Wikipedia

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

BRUSHA

Central Asia

15 c

not yet encoded in Unicode

historical script

———

Berkeley SEI

𑠀

DOGRA

South Asia

15 c —— 20 c

Unicode 11.0, June 2018

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

Scriptsource.org

KANNADA

South Asia

1500 —— today

Unicode 1.0.0, October 1991

living script

———

English Wikipedia

decodeunicode.org

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

LANDA

South Asia

15 c —— 20 c

not yet encoded in Unicode

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

Scriptsource.org

PUNGCHEN

Central Asia

15 c

not yet encoded in Unicode

historical script

———

Berkeley SEI

PUNGCHUNG

Central Asia

15 c

not yet encoded in Unicode

historical script

———

Berkeley SEI

SIRMAURI

South Asia

15 c —— 20 c

not yet encoded in Unicode

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

Scriptsource.org

TAGALOG

Oceania

15 c —— 18 c

Unicode 3.2, March 2002

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

decodeunicode.org

Scriptsource.org

GUJARATI

South Asia

1592 —— today

Unicode 1.0.0, October 1991

living script

———

English Wikipedia

decodeunicode.org

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

GURMUKHI

South Asia

16 c —— today

Unicode 1.0.0, October 1991

living script

———

English Wikipedia

decodeunicode.org

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

𑂃

KAITHI

South Asia

16 c —— 20 c

Unicode 5.2, October 2009

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

decodeunicode.org

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

KHATT-I BABURI

Central Asia

16 c

not yet encoded in Unicode

historical script

———

Berkeley SEI

Scriptsource.org

𑈈

KHOJKI

South Asia

16 c —— today

Unicode 7.0, June 2014

living script

———

English Wikipedia

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

LAO

Southeast Asia

16 c —— today

Unicode 1.0.0, October 1991

living script

———

English Wikipedia

decodeunicode.org

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

𑱲

MARCHEN

Central Asia

16 c —— 20 c

Unicode 9.0, June 2016

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

Scriptsource.org

MARCHUNG

Central Asia

16 c —— 20 c

not yet encoded in Unicode

historical script

———

Berkeley SEI

𑊀

MULTANI

South Asia

16 c —— 20 c

Unicode 8.0, June 2015

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

Scriptsource.org

TAI VIET

Southeast Asia

16 c —— today

Unicode 5.2, October 2009

living script

———

English Wikipedia

decodeunicode.org

Scriptsource.org

TAI YO

Southeast Asia

16 c —— 20 c

not yet encoded in Unicode

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

Scriptsource.org

𑩐

SOYOMBO

Central Asia

17 c —— 17 c

Unicode 10.0, June 2017

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

BHUJINMOL

South Asia

17 c —— 20 c

not yet encoded in Unicode

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

Scriptsource.org

JAVANESE

Southeast Asia

17 c —— today

Unicode 5.2, October 2009

living script

———

English Wikipedia

decodeunicode.org

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

KARANI

South Asia

17 c —— 20 c

not yet encoded in Unicode

historical script

———

Berkeley SEI

KERINCI

Southeast Asia

17 c —— 20 c

not yet encoded in Unicode

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

LAMPUNG

Southeast Asia

17 c —— 20 c

not yet encoded in Unicode

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

Omniglot.com

MICMAC HIEROGLYPHS

America

17 c —— 20 c

not yet encoded in Unicode

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

Scriptsource.org

𑘎

MODI

South Asia

17 c —— today

Unicode 7.0, June 2014

living script

———

English Wikipedia

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

SHUISHU LOGOGRAMS

East Asia

17 c? —— today

not yet encoded in Unicode

living script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

Scriptsource.org

𑚊

TAKRI

South Asia

17 c —— 20 c

Unicode 6.1, January 2012

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

𑨀

ZANABAZAR SQUARE

Central Asia

17 c

Unicode 10.0, June 2017

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

Scriptsource.org

LEPCHA

South Asia

1720 —— today

Unicode 5.1, April 2008

living script

———

English Wikipedia

decodeunicode.org

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

𐔀

ELBASAN

Europe

1761

Unicode 7.0, June 2014

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

VESO BEY

Europe

late 18 c —— early 19 c

not yet encoded in Unicode

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

TODHRI

Europe

1795 —— 1805

not yet encoded in Unicode

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

BUHID

Oceania

18 c —— today

Unicode 3.2, March 2002

living script

———

English Wikipedia

decodeunicode.org

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

GUNJALA GONDI

South Asia

18 c —— today

Unicode 11.0, June 2018

living script

———

English Wikipedia

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

HANUNOO

Oceania

18 c —— today

Unicode 3.2, March 2002

living script

———

English Wikipedia

decodeunicode.org

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

LONTARA BILANG BILANG

Southeast Asia

18 c —— 20 c

not yet encoded in Unicode

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

Omniglot.com

MAKASAR

Southeast Asia

18 c —— 20 c

Unicode 11.0, June 2018

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

Scriptsource.org

MINANGKABAU

Southeast Asia

18 c —— 18 c

not yet encoded in Unicode

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

OLD MINAHASA

Southeast Asia

18 c

not yet encoded in Unicode

historical script

———

Berkeley SEI

REJANG

Southeast Asia

18 c —— today

Unicode 5.1, April 2008

living script

———

English Wikipedia

decodeunicode.org

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

RONGO RONGO

Oceania

18 c —— 1860s

not yet encoded in Unicode

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

TAGBANWA

Oceania

18 c —— today

Unicode 3.2, March 2002

living script

———

English Wikipedia

decodeunicode.org

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

ތ

THAANA

South Asia

18 c —— today

Unicode 3.0, September 1999

living script

———

English Wikipedia

decodeunicode.org

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

GABELSBERGER SHORTHAND

Europe

1817 —— 1924?

not yet encoded in Unicode

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

BRAILLE PATTERNS

Europe

1821 —— today

Unicode 3.0, September 1999

living script

———

English Wikipedia

decodeunicode.org

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

CHEROKEE

America

1821 —— today

Unicode 3.0, September 1999

living script

———

English Wikipedia

decodeunicode.org

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

UNIFIED CANADIAN ABORIGINAL SYLLABICS

America

1830s —— today

Unicode 3.0, September 1999

living script

———

English Wikipedia

decodeunicode.org

Scriptsource.org

VAI

Africa

1830 —— today

Unicode 5.1, April 2008

living script

———

English Wikipedia

decodeunicode.org

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

PITMAN SHORTHAND

Europe

1837 —— today

not yet encoded in Unicode

living script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

MOON

Europe

1845 —— today

not yet encoded in Unicode

living script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

𐐔

DESERET

America

1850 —— 1869

Unicode 3.1, March 2001

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

decodeunicode.org

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

𛱠

DUPLOYAN

Europe

1860 —— today

Unicode 7.0, June 2014

living script

———

English Wikipedia

Scriptsource.org

LEKE

Southeast Asia

1860 —— today

not yet encoded in Unicode

living script

———

Berkeley SEI

Scriptsource.org

VISIBLE SPEECH

Europe

1867 —— 20 c

not yet encoded in Unicode

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

𑊺

KHUDAWADI

South Asia

1868 —— 20 c

Unicode 7.0, June 2014

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

Scriptsource.org

ɐ

INTERNATIONAL PHONETIC ALPHABET

Europe

1886 —— today

Unicode 1.0.0, October 1991

living script

———

English Wikipedia

decodeunicode.org

Omniglot.com

GREGG SHORTHAND

Europe

1888 —— today

not yet encoded in Unicode

living script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

BAMUM

Africa

1896 —— today

Unicode 5.2, October 2009

living script

———

English Wikipedia

decodeunicode.org

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

𖠅

OLD BAMUM

Africa

1896 —— 20 c

Unicode 5.2, October 2009

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

decodeunicode.org

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

BALTI B

South Asia

pre 20 c

not yet encoded in Unicode

historical script

———

Berkeley SEI

Scriptsource.org

GANGGA MALAYU

South Asia

19 c —— early 20 c

not yet encoded in Unicode

historical script

———

Berkeley SEI

Scriptsource.org

KAIDA

East Asia

19 c —— 20 c

not yet encoded in Unicode

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

Scriptsource.org

LIMBU

South Asia

19 c —— today

Unicode 4.0, April 2003

living script

———

English Wikipedia

decodeunicode.org

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

𑅕

MAHAJANI

South Asia

19 c —— 20 c

Unicode 7.0, June 2014

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

Scriptsource.org

𛅼

NÜSHU

East Asia

19 c —— today

Unicode 10.0, June 2017

living script

———

English Wikipedia

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

SAURASHTRA

South Asia

19 c —— today

Unicode 5.1, April 2008

living script

———

English Wikipedia

decodeunicode.org

Scriptsource.org

VITHKUQI

Europe

19 c

not yet encoded in Unicode

historical script

———

Berkeley SEI

20 c — 21 c
𑫁

PAU CIN HAU

Southeast Asia

1902 —— today

Unicode 7.0, June 2014

living script

———

English Wikipedia

Scriptsource.org

PAU CIN HAU LOGOGRAPHS

Southeast Asia

1902 —— today

not yet encoded in Unicode

living script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

Scriptsource.org

𖼞

MIAO

East Asia

1904 —— today

Unicode 6.1, January 2012

living script

———

English Wikipedia

Scriptsource.org

WOLEAI

Oceania

1905 —— 1950s

not yet encoded in Unicode

historical script

———

Berkeley SEI

Scriptsource.org

𖫐

BASSA VAH

Africa

1907 —— today

Unicode 7.0, June 2014

living script

———

English Wikipedia

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

AFÁKA

America

1908 —— today

not yet encoded in Unicode

living script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

Scriptsource.org

BAGAM

Africa

1910 —— late 20 c

not yet encoded in Unicode

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

Scriptsource.org

BOPOMOFO

East Asia

1911 —— today

Unicode 1.0.0, October 1991

living script

———

English Wikipedia

decodeunicode.org

Scriptsource.org

LISU

East Asia

1915 —— today

Unicode 5.2, October 2009

living script

———

English Wikipedia

decodeunicode.org

Scriptsource.org

ESKAYA

Oceania

1920-1937

not yet encoded in Unicode

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

Scriptsource.org

𞠉

MENDE KIKAKUI

Africa

1920 —— today

Unicode 7.0, June 2014

living script

———

English Wikipedia

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

OL CHIKI

South Asia

1920s —— today

Unicode 5.1, April 2008

living script

———

English Wikipedia

decodeunicode.org

Scriptsource.org

𐒀

OSMANYA

Africa

1920 —— 1973

Unicode 4.0, April 2003

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

decodeunicode.org

Scriptsource.org

KHOM

Southeast Asia

1924 —— 1956

not yet encoded in Unicode

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

CIRTH

Europe

1930s —— today

not yet encoded in Unicode

living script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

Scriptsource.org

KPELLE

Africa

1930s —— today

not yet encoded in Unicode

living script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

LOMA

Africa

1930s —— today

not yet encoded in Unicode

living script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

MASABA

Africa

1930 —— today

not yet encoded in Unicode

living script

———

Berkeley SEI

Scriptsource.org

MEDEFAIDRIN

Africa

1930s —— today

Unicode 11.0, June 2018

living script

———

English Wikipedia

Scriptsource.org

TENGWAR

Europe

1930s —— today

not yet encoded in Unicode

living script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

Scriptsource.org

BORAMA

Africa

1933 —— today?

not yet encoded in Unicode

living script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

𑃐

SORA SOMPENG

South Asia

1936 —— today

Unicode 6.1, January 2012

living script

———

English Wikipedia

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

IBAN

Southeast Asia

1947 —— today

not yet encoded in Unicode

living script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

BLISSYMBOLS

Oceania

1949 —— today

not yet encoded in Unicode

living script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

ߐ

N’KO

Africa

1949 —— today

Unicode 5.0, July 2006

living script

———

English Wikipedia

decodeunicode.org

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

BÉTÉ

Africa

1956 —— today

not yet encoded in Unicode

living script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

Scriptsource.org

UNIFON

America

1950s —— today

not yet encoded in Unicode

living script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

𑢬

WARANG CITI

South Asia

1950s —— today

Unicode 7.0, June 2014

living script

———

English Wikipedia

Scriptsource.org

KADDARE

Africa

1952 —— today

not yet encoded in Unicode

living script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

ZOU

South Asia

1952 —— today

not yet encoded in Unicode

living script

———

Berkeley SEI

Scriptsource.org

TAI LE

Southeast Asia

1954 —— today

Unicode 4.0, April 2003

living script

———

English Wikipedia

decodeunicode.org

Scriptsource.org

FULA DITA (FULA 1)

Africa

1958 —— today

not yet encoded in Unicode

living script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

Scriptsource.org

𖬗

PAHAWH HMONG

Southeast Asia

1959 —— today

Unicode 7.0, June 2014

living script

———

English Wikipedia

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

PAHAWH HMONG FIRST STAGE

Southeast Asia

1959 —— end of 20 c

not yet encoded in Unicode

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

NWAGU ANEKE IGBO

Africa

1960s —— 1991

not yet encoded in Unicode

historical script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

𐑗

SHAVIAN

Europe

1960s —— today

Unicode 4.0, April 2003

living script

———

English Wikipedia

decodeunicode.org

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

SHAVIAN QUIKSCRIPT

Europe

1960s —— today

not yet encoded in Unicode

living script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

Omniglot.com

STOKOE

America

1960 —— today

not yet encoded in Unicode

living script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

Scriptsource.org

GARAY (WOLOF)

Africa

1961 —— today

not yet encoded in Unicode

living script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

Scriptsource.org

KAYAH LI

Southeast Asia

1962 —— today

Unicode 5.1, April 2008

living script

———

English Wikipedia

decodeunicode.org

Scriptsource.org

BA (FULA 2)

Africa

1963 —— today

not yet encoded in Unicode

living script

———

Berkeley SEI

Scriptsource.org

𝠞

SUTTON SIGNWRITING

America

1974 —— today

Unicode 8.0, June 2015

living script

———

English Wikipedia

Omniglot.com

TAFI (HAUSA 3)

Africa

1977 —— today

not yet encoded in Unicode

living script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

Scriptsource.org

EEBEE HMONG

Southeast Asia

1978 —— today

not yet encoded in Unicode

living script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

Scriptsource.org

MANDOMBE

Africa

1978 —— today

not yet encoded in Unicode

living script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

Omniglot.com

MWANGWEGO

Africa

1979 —— today

not yet encoded in Unicode

living script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

𞤀

ADLAM

Africa

1980s —— today

Unicode 9.0, June 2016

living script

———

English Wikipedia

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

AVOIULI

Oceania

1980s —— today

not yet encoded in Unicode

living script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

Omniglot.com

BERIA

Africa

1980s —— today

not yet encoded in Unicode

living script

———

Berkeley SEI

Scriptsource.org

𖩀

MRO

South Asia

1980s —— today

Unicode 7.0, June 2014

living script

———

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

𞄎

NYIAKENG PUACHUE HMONG

Southeast Asia

1980s —— today

Unicode 12.0, March 2019

living script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

Scriptsource.org

TOLONG SIKI

South Asia

late 20 c —— today

not yet encoded in Unicode

living script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

HAMNOSYS

Europe

1985 —— today

not yet encoded in Unicode

living script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

Scriptsource.org

KLINGON

America

1987 —— today

not yet encoded in Unicode

living script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

Scriptsource.org

NAASIOI

Oceania

1988 —— today

not yet encoded in Unicode

living script

———

Berkeley SEI

Scriptsource.org

RAINA KAMA (HAUSA 2)

Africa

1990s —— today

not yet encoded in Unicode

living script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

Scriptsource.org

SALIFOU HAUSA (HAUSA 1)

Africa

1998 —— today

not yet encoded in Unicode

living script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

Scriptsource.org

CHUXIONG YI

East Asia

20 c —— today

not yet encoded in Unicode

living script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

COORGI-COX

South Asia

20 c —— today?

not yet encoded in Unicode

living script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

DHIMAL

South Asia

20 c —— today

not yet encoded in Unicode

living script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

Scriptsource.org

GURUNG (KHE PHRI)

South Asia

20 c —— today

not yet encoded in Unicode

living script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

Scriptsource.org

GURUNG (KHEMA)

South Asia

20 c —— today

not yet encoded in Unicode

living script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

Scriptsource.org

𐴀

HANIFI ROHINGYA

Southeast Asia

20 c —— today

Unicode 11.0, June 2018

living script

———

English Wikipedia

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

ISIBHEQE SOHLAMVU

Africa

20 c —— today?

not yet encoded in Unicode

living script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

JENTICHA

South Asia

20 c —— today

not yet encoded in Unicode

living script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

KHAMBU RAI

South Asia

20 c —— today

not yet encoded in Unicode

living script

———

Berkeley SEI

Scriptsource.org

KHAMTI

Southeast Asia

20 c —— today

not yet encoded in Unicode

living script

———

Berkeley SEI

Scriptsource.org

KIRAT RAI

South Asia

20 c —— today

not yet encoded in Unicode

living script

———

Berkeley SEI

Scriptsource.org

KULITAN

Oceania

20 c —— today

not yet encoded in Unicode

living script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

Omniglot.com

MAGAR AKKHA

South Asia

20 c —— today

not yet encoded in Unicode

living script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

𑴀

MASARAM GONDI

South Asia

20 c —— today

Unicode 10.0, June 2017

living script

———

English Wikipedia

Scriptsource.org

NASU

East Asia

20 c —— today

not yet encoded in Unicode

living script

———

Berkeley SEI

NEW TAI LUE

Southeast Asia

20 c —— today

Unicode 4.1, March 2005

living script

———

English Wikipedia

decodeunicode.org

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

NISU

East Asia

20 c —— today

not yet encoded in Unicode

living script

———

Berkeley SEI

SANI YI

East Asia

20 c —— today

not yet encoded in Unicode

living script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

TANGSA (KHIMHUN)

South Asia

20 c —— today

not yet encoded in Unicode

living script

———

Berkeley SEI

Scriptsource.org

TANGSA (MOSSANG)

South Asia

20 c —— today

not yet encoded in Unicode

living script

———

Berkeley SEI

Scriptsource.org

TIKAMULI

South Asia

20 c —— today

not yet encoded in Unicode

living script

———

Berkeley SEI

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

TANI

South Asia

2001 —— today

not yet encoded in Unicode

living script

———

Berkeley SEI

Scriptsource.org

𞋀

WANCHO

South Asia

2001 —— today

Unicode 12.0, March 2019

living script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

Scriptsource.org

𐒰

OSAGE

America

2006 —— today

Unicode 9.0, June 2016

living script

———

English Wikipedia

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

BADAGA

South Asia

2009 —— today

not yet encoded in Unicode

living script

———

English Wikipedia

Berkeley SEI

Scriptsource.org

Omniglot.com

LUO

Africa

2009 —— today

not yet encoded in Unicode

living script

———

Berkeley SEI

Omniglot.com

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