Bamum Unicode Script
The Bamum scripts are a set of six scripts developed over time by Ibrahim Njoya, King of Bamum (present-day western Cameroon), for the Bamum language. They are noteworthy for changing in just fourteen years, from 1896 to 1910, from a pictographic system to a semi-syllabary. Although Bamum type was cast in 1918, the screenplay was abandoned around 1931. Around 2007, work on a project to revive the Bamum script started.
Below you will find all the characters that are in the 'Bamum' unicode script category. Currently there are 657 characters in this category.