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Sidetic script

The Sidetic script is an alphabet of 25 letters, only a few of which are clearly derived from Greek. It is analysed from coin legends in what is possibly a Sidetic language. The script is essentially undeciphered.[1]

In a terrace, an inscription was found in the Sidetic language and written in the Sidetic script.[2][3]

References

  1. ^ "Not The Roadmap".  
  2. ^ Anatolica - Istanbul (Turkey) Nederlands Historisch-Archaeologisch Instituut in het Nabije Oosten - Google Books
  3. ^ Ancient Scripts from Crete and Cyprus - Google Books
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