Nabataean Alphabet


The Nabataean alphabet is descended from  The Aramaic alphabet 10840–1085F in II B.C. It had beed used in Nabataean Kingdom, also named Nabatea, where is today modern Syria, Israel, Kingdom of Jordan and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia untill 106 when it was annexed by the Roman Empire, which renamed it Arabia Petraea. The Nabataean alphabet became a basis for  Arabic FE8E–FEF1 .