The Lycian alphabet was used during 500-330 BC, to write the Lycian language of the Asia Minor region of Lycia. It was one of the ancient Anatolian languages.
Evidence for Lycian consists of more than 150 inscriptions on stone, some 200 on coins, and a handful on other objects. An extension of the Greek alphabet, with half a dozen additional letters for sounds not found in Greek, it was largely similar to the Lydian and the Phrygian alphabets.
It was written from left-to-right
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- TEST YOUR MIND
- CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION
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