The Brahmi script was already divided into regional variants at the time of the earliest surviving epigraphy around the 3rd century BC. Cursives of the Brahmi script began to diversify further from around the 5th century AD and continued to give rise to new scripts throughout the Middle Ages.
Brahmi (/ ˈ b r ɑː m i /; 𑀩𑁆𑀭𑀸𑀳𑁆𑀫𑀻; ISO: Brāhmī) is a writing system of ancient South Asia that appeared as a fully developed script in the third century BCE. Its descendants, the Brahmic scripts, continue to be used today across South and Southeast Asia.
Brahmi(/ˈbrɑːmi/; 𑀩𑁆𑀭𑀸𑀳𑁆𑀫𑀻; ISO: Brāhmī) is a writing systemof ancient South Asiathat appeared as a fully developed script in the third century BCE. Its descendants, the Brahmic scripts, continue to be used today across South and Southeast Asia.  Ancient script of Central and South Asia
Aksara Brahmi (IAST: Brāhmī, / ˈ b r ɑː m i /; 𑀩𑁆𑀭𑀸𑀳𑁆𑀫𑀻; ISO: Brāhmī) adalah aksara yang berkembang pada pertengahan milenium pertama sebelum Masehi, adalah aksara India Kuno tertua yang dikenal, dengan kemungkinan pengecualian aksara Indus yang sukar dipecahkan.
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Mar 9, 2023 · Brāhmī,, writing system ancestral to all Indian scripts except Kharoṣṭhī. Of Aramaic derivation or inspiration, it can be traced to the 8th or 7th century bc , when it may have been introduced to Indian merchants by people of Semitic origin.
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