Old South Arabian

The Old South Arabian block is a block of the Unicode standard that contains characters used to write the Old South Arabian language, an extinct language spoken by the ancient South Arabians in what is now Yemen and Oman. The Old South Arabian script is a writing system known as the Ancient South Arabian script, with each symbol representing a specific sound in the Old South Arabian language. This block contains all the symbols needed to write Old South Arabian text, as well as a number of punctuation marks and other symbols. The Old South Arabian block is often used in conjunction with other Unicode blocks to represent Old South Arabian text in digital form.
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