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Lycian

Range: 10280—1029F Number of characters: 32
𐊀
U+10280
𐊁
U+10281
𐊂
U+10282
𐊃
U+10283
𐊄
U+10284
𐊅
U+10285
𐊆
U+10286
𐊇
U+10287
𐊈
U+10288
𐊉
U+10289
𐊊
U+1028A
𐊋
U+1028B
𐊌
U+1028C
𐊍
U+1028D
𐊎
U+1028E
𐊏
U+1028F
𐊐
U+10290
𐊑
U+10291
𐊒
U+10292
𐊓
U+10293
𐊔
U+10294
𐊕
U+10295
𐊖
U+10296
𐊗
U+10297
𐊘
U+10298
𐊙
U+10299
𐊚
U+1029A
𐊛
U+1029B
𐊜
U+1029C
U+1029D
U+1029E
U+1029F

The Lycian alphabet was used to write the Lycian language. It was an extension of the Greek alphabet, with half a dozen additional letters for sounds not found in Greek. It was largely similar to the Lydian and the Phrygian alphabets.

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