Inscriptional Pahlavi

Inscriptional Pahlavi is the earliest attested form of Pahlavi scripts, and is evident in clay fragments that have been dated to the reign of Mithridates I (r. 171–138 BC). Other early evidence includes the Pahlavi inscriptions of Arsacid era coins and rock inscriptions of Sassanid kings and other notables such as Kartir.

Inscriptional Pahlavi
Inscribed stone block from the Paikuli inscription
Script type
Directionright-to-left script 
LanguagesMiddle Iranian languages
Related scripts
Parent systems
Aramaic alphabet
ISO 15924
ISO 15924Phli (131), Inscriptional Pahlavi
Unicode alias
Inscriptional Pahlavi

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