Etruscan Alphabet

From Historia Numorum.



Old Italic - RTL - Alphabetum font.


Old Italic alphabet which includes Etruscan, Oscan, Umbrian and old Latin. Old Italic can be read and written in both directions depending on

the region, left to right (LTR) and right to left (RTL). The only font to support RTL direction is Alphabetum. The other fonts all support LTR, Everson Mono, Google Noto Sans, Segoe UI Historic, Unifont.



Old Italic - LTR - Unifont


𐌀=A

𐌁=B

𐌂=G

𐌃=D

𐌄=E

𐌅=V

𐌆=Z

𐌇=H

𐌈=TH

𐌉=I

𐌊=K

𐌋=L

𐌌=M

𐌍=N

𐌎=X

𐌏=O

𐌐=P

𐌑=S

𐌒=Q

𐌓=R

𐌔=S

𐌕=T

𐌖=Y

𐌗=X

𐌘=PH

𐌙=PS

𐌚=F

𐌛=R

𐌜=s

𐌝=i

𐌞=U

𐌟=ES


Old Italic can go in both directions, LTR and RTL. You can change directions by changing the font.


Alphabetum - RTL - Right to Left


Everson Mono, Google Noto Sans, Segoe UI Historic, Unifont - LTR - Left to Right.


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Places, Names and Words found on Oscan coins.



→ 𐌞𐌉𐌕𐌄𐌋𐌝𐌀 → VITELIA - Italy

→ 𐌔𐌝𐌉𐌐𐌀𐌀𐌐𐌔 → SII PAAP S - C. Paapii C.

𐌞𐌕𐌀𐌓𐌁𐌌𐌄 𐌋𐌉𐌕𐌞𐌉𐌌 ← → MIUTIL EMBRATU

→ 𐌟𐌐𐌑𐌀𐌍 → ESPKAN - Bolskan - Looks like Espkan

𐌔𐌉𐌞𐌋𐌕𐌔Ι𐌚 ← → FISTLUIS - Phistelia

𐌅𐌐𐌀𐌊 ← → KAPV - Capua


Use the chart above from Historia Numorum for letter variants.



1=𐌠

5=𐌡

10=𐌢

50=𐌣


External Links:


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Old_Italic_script


http://www.ancientscripts.com/latin.html


https://www.omniglot.com/writing/olditalic.htm