Noto Sans Imperial Aramaic is an unmodulated (“sans serif”) design for texts in the historical Middle Eastern Imperial Aramaic script.

Noto Sans Imperial Aramaic contains 36 glyphs, and supports 35 characters from the Unicode block Imperial Aramaic.

Supported writing systems

Imperial Aramaic

Imperial Aramaic is a historical Middle Eastern abjad, written right-to-left. Was the script and language of the Persian Empire in 5th–3rd century BCE. Derived from the Phoenician script. Continued to be used until the 2nd century CE, and later evolved into Syriac, Nabataean, Palmyran and Hebrew (to which it is the closest). Read more on ScriptSource, Unicode, Wikipedia, Wiktionary, r12a.