Palmyrene Unicode Script
Writing Palmyrene Aramaic required the use of the ancient Semitic palmyrene alphabet. It was in use in the Syrian arid city of Palmyra between 100 BCE and 300 CE. The earliest Palmyrene inscription still in existence is from 44 BCE. The last known inscription was written in 274 CE, two years after the Roman Emperor Aurelian destroyed Palmyra and put an end to the Palmyrene Empire. Greek and Latin gradually took the place of the Palmyrene tongue and script.
Below you will find all the characters that are in the 'Palmyrene' unicode script category. Currently there are 32 characters in this category.