The Psalter script, or Psalter Pahlavi, is named after a manuscript known as the "Pahlavi Psalter", which dates from the 6th or 7th century AD and was found at Bulayiq near Turpan in the northwest of China. The manuscript contains a translation of a Syriac book of psalms and is the earliest known piece of writing in Pahlavi.
Pahlavi, the written form of a number of different Middle Iranian languages.
Information about the Psalter script and Pahlavi
Ancient Berber, Arabic, Aramaic, Hebrew, Manichaean, Nabataean, Pahlavi, Parthian, Phoenician, Paleo-Hebrew, Proto-Sinaitic / Proto-Canaanite, Psalter, Punic, Sabaean, Samaritan, Sogdian, South Arabian, Syriac, Tifinagh, Ugaritic
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