Old Italic (Unicode block)

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Old Italic
Range U+10300..U+1032F
(48 code points)
Plane SMP
Scripts Old Italic
Major alphabets Etruscan
Faliscan
Oscan
Umbrian
South Picene
Assigned 36 code points
Unused 12 reserved code points
Unicode version history
3.1 35 (+35)
7.0 36 (+1)
Note: [1]

Old Italic is a Unicode block containing a unified repertoire of the three stylistic variants of pre-Roman Italic scripts.

Old Italic[1][2]
Official Unicode Consortium code chart (PDF)
  0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 A B C D E F
U+1030x ๐Œ€ ๐Œ ๐Œ‚ ๐Œƒ ๐Œ„ ๐Œ… ๐Œ† ๐Œ‡ ๐Œˆ ๐Œ‰ ๐ŒŠ ๐Œ‹ ๐ŒŒ ๐Œ ๐ŒŽ ๐Œ
U+1031x ๐Œ ๐Œ‘ ๐Œ’ ๐Œ“ ๐Œ” ๐Œ• ๐Œ– ๐Œ— ๐Œ˜ ๐Œ™ ๐Œš ๐Œ› ๐Œœ ๐Œ ๐Œž ๐ŒŸ
U+1032x ๐Œ  ๐Œก ๐Œข ๐Œฃ
Notes
1.^ As of Unicode version 7.0
2.^ Grey areas indicate non-assigned code points

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Unicode character database". The Unicode Standard. Retrieved 22 March 2013.