Introduced in the 20th century, Neo-Tifinagh is a modern alphabetical derivative of the traditional script. It is an abjad script used to write the Berber languages. Tifinagh is believed to be a descendant of the ancient Libyan script.
The Tifinagh alphabet (“Lybico-berber”) has been used by the Berber speaking people in North Africa and the Canary Islands at least from the third century B.C. up to the third century A.D.
Modern standard writing direction is left-to-right, however earlier inscriptions are known to be from right-to-left, and sometimes vertically from bottom-to-top. The letters illustrated here are the IRCAM version of Neo-Tifinagh.
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