The Georgian scripts consist of three writing systems used to write the Georgian language:
1- Asomtavruli (used intensively in iconography, murals, and exterior design, especially in stone engravings)
2- Nuskhuri (principally used in hagiography)
3- Mkhedruli (the third and current Georgian script)
Although the three systems differ in appearance, all are unicase with letters sharing the same names and alphabetical order. Nuskhuri letters slant to the right and vary in height with ascenders and descenders.
Georgian script is written horizontally from left to right.
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