10000: Linear B Syllabary

This section provides a quick summary of the Unicode code point block: 'Linear B Syllabary', which contains 128 code points to represent Linear B Syllabary used in Mycenaean Greek writings.

Block name: Linear B Syllabary

Block range: U+10000 ... U+1007F

Number of code points: 128

Introduced since: Unicode version 4.0

Complet list of code points: unicode.org/charts/PDF/U10000.pdf

Code point samples:

Unicode - Linear B Syllabary
Unicode - Linear B Syllabary

The "Linear B Syllabary" block contains code points to represent Linear B Syllabary used in Mycenaean Greek writings.

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Unicode Code Point Blocks: 10000 - 11FFF

10000: Linear B Syllabary

 10080: Linear B Ideograms

 10100: Aegean Numbers

 10140: Ancient Greek Numbers

 10190: Ancient Symbols

 101D0: Phaistos Disc

 10280: Lycian

 102A0: Carian

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 10350: Old Permic

 10380: Ugaritic

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 10400: Deseret

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 10480: Osmanya

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 10500: Elbasan

 10530: Caucasian Albanian

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 10800: Cypriot Syllabary

 10840: Imperial Aramaic

 10860: Palmyrene

 10880: Nabataean

 108E0: Hatran

 10900: Phoenician

 10920: Lydian

 10980: Meroitic Hieroglyphs

 109A0: Meroitic Cursive

 10A00: Kharoshthi

 10A60: Old South Arabian

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 10B40: Inscriptional Parthian

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 11000: Brahmi

 11080: Kaithi

 110D0: Sora Sompeng

 11100: Chakma

 11150: Mahajani

 11180: Sharada

 111E0: Sinhala Archaic Numbers

 11200: Khojki

 11280: Multani

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 11400: Newa

 11480: Tirhuta

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 11600: Modi

 11660: Mongolian Supplement

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 11700: Ahom

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