Aegean Numbers Unicode Block
The Aegean Numbers block is a compilation of characters in the Unicode standard. Spanning from U+10100 to U+1013F, this block consists of 57 characters that were used in the Bronze Age by different Aegean cultures. These numbers were linked to the ancient Minoan and Mycenaean civilizations, conveying numerical information. The Unicode Aegean Numbers block was officially recognized and incorporated into the Unicode Standard, version 4.0, in 2003.
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Below you will find all the characters that are in the Aegean Numbers unicode block. Currently there are 57 characters in this block.