Noto Sans Cuneiform is an unmodulated (“sans serif”) design for texts in the historical Middle Eastern Sumero-Akkadian cuneiform script.

Noto Sans Cuneiform contains 1,239 glyphs, and supports 1,238 characters from 3 Unicode blocks: Cuneiform, Early Dynastic Cuneiform, Cuneiform Numbers and Punctuation.

Supported writing systems

Sumero-Akkadian cuneiform

Sumero-Akkadian cuneiform is a historical Middle Eastern logo-syllabary, written left-to-right. Was used at least since 3200 BCE in today’s Iraq for the now-exinct Sumerian language. Was later used in today’s Iran, Turkey, Syria, and Egypt, for languages like Akkadian, Elamite, Hittite, Luwian and Urartian. Widely believed to be the first writing system in the world. Combined logographic, consonantal alphabetic and syllabic signs. Since c. 900 BCE gradually replaced by the Aramaic script. Read more on ScriptSource, Unicode, Wikipedia, Wiktionary, r12a.