|Mid-6th to 7th century CE|
|ISO 15924||Phlp, 132 , Psalter Pahlavi|
Psalter Pahlavi is a cursive abjad that was used for writing Middle Persian on paper; it is thus described as one of the Pahlavi scripts. It was written right to left, usually with spaces between words.
It takes its name from the Pahlavi Psalter, part of the Psalms translated from Syriac to Middle Persian and found in what is now western China.
|Yodh||𐮈||/j/, /ē̆/, /ī̆/, /d͡ʒ/|
|Pe||𐮎||/p/, /b/, /f/|
|Sadhe||𐮏||/t͡ʃ/, /d͡ʒ/, /z/|
Four different large section-ending punctuation marks were used:
|𐮚||Turned section mark|
|𐮛||Four dots with cross|
|𐮜||Four dots with dot|
Psalter Pahlavi had its own numerals:
Some numerals have joining behavior (with both numerals and letters). Numbers are written right-to-left. Numbers without corresponding numerals are additive. For example, 96 is written as 𐮮𐮮𐮮𐮮𐮭𐮫𐮫 (20 + 20 + 20 + 20 + 10 + 3 + 3).
Main article: Psalter Pahlavi (Unicode block)
Psalter Pahlavi script was added to the Unicode Standard in June, 2014 with the release of version 7.0.
The Unicode block is U+10B80–U+10BAF:
Official Unicode Consortium code chart (PDF)