Linear A Unicode Script
The Minoans of Crete used Linear A, a writing system, to record their presumed Minoan language or dialects between 1800 and 1450 BC. The Minoan civilisation's palace and religious works were primarily written in Linear A. Linear B, which was used by the Mycenaeans to write an early version of Greek, succeeded it. Sir Arthur Evans, an archaeologist, made the discovery. Linear A manuscripts have yet to be decoded. The word "linear" refers to the way the script was created, as opposed to cuneiform, which was created by pressing wedge-shaped impressions into a clay tablet with a stylus.
Below you will find all the characters that are in the 'Linear A' unicode script category. Currently there are 341 characters in this category.