Szekely-Hungarian Rovas

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The Szekely-Hungarian Rovas is a contemporary, albeit not an official writing system of the Hungarians (Magyar). It was developed about 800, and it was continuously used during the whole history of Hungary.

The Szekely-Hungarian Rovas belongs to the family of the Rovas scripts and one of the Hungarian scripts.

Unicode

This script is not yet in the Unicode. The latest proposal and some contributions of the Hungarian Standard Body:

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