georgian script

It is unknown how the Georgian script came about. It is supposedly related to the Fenician-Aramese script. It has 40 letters of which 7 are no longer used. There is no difference between small and capital letters. Since Georgian had a written language, it has had three alphabetical systems. Currently used is the Mchedruli from the 11th century.

 

 

 

Finger script

Glagolitic script