# Aegean Numbers

The Aegean Numbers block is a block of the Unicode standard that contains characters used to write the Aegean numerals, a system of numerals used by the ancient Mycenaean civilization in Greece. The Aegean numerals are a decimal numeral system, with each numeral representing a specific value in powers of ten. This block contains all the numerals needed to write Aegean numbers, as well as a number of punctuation marks and other symbols. The Aegean Numbers block is often used in conjunction with other Unicode blocks to represent Aegean numerals in digital form.

𐄀

U+10100

𐄁

U+10101

𐄂

U+10102

U+10103

U+10104

U+10105

U+10106

𐄇

U+10107

𐄈

U+10108

𐄉

U+10109

𐄊

U+1010A

𐄋

U+1010B

𐄌

U+1010C

𐄍

U+1010D

𐄎

U+1010E

𐄏

U+1010F

𐄐

U+10110

𐄑

U+10111

𐄒

U+10112

𐄓

U+10113

𐄔

U+10114

𐄕

U+10115

𐄖

U+10116

𐄗

U+10117

𐄘

U+10118

𐄙

U+10119

𐄚

U+1011A

𐄛

U+1011B

𐄜

U+1011C

𐄝

U+1011D

𐄞

U+1011E

𐄟

U+1011F

𐄠

U+10120

𐄡

U+10121

𐄢

U+10122

𐄣

U+10123

𐄤

U+10124

𐄥

U+10125

𐄦

U+10126

𐄧

U+10127

𐄨

U+10128

𐄩

U+10129

𐄪

U+1012A

𐄫

U+1012B

𐄬

U+1012C

𐄭

U+1012D

𐄮

U+1012E

𐄯

U+1012F

𐄰

U+10130

𐄱

U+10131

𐄲

U+10132

𐄳

U+10133

U+10134

U+10135

U+10136

𐄷

U+10137

𐄸

U+10138

𐄹

U+10139

𐄺

U+1013A

𐄻

U+1013B

𐄼

U+1013C

𐄽

U+1013D

𐄾

U+1013E