The Aurebesh alphabet appears in the film Return of the Jedi and in a number of Star Wars-related publications. It is used in the film to write the language of the Galatic Empire, known as Galactic Basic.
A version of the alphabet appears in The Star Wars Roleplaying Game by West End Games and was designed by graphic artist Stephen Crane, and originally created by Joe Johnston, a designer and F/X expert on the Stars Wars films.
The name of this alphabet comes from the names of the first two letters, Aurek and Besh.
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