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

Noto Sans Old South Arabian contains 37 glyphs, and supports 36 characters from the Unicode block Old South Arabian.

Supported writing systems

Old South Arabian

Old South Arabian (Musnad, Epigraphic South Arabian, Sayhadic) is a historical Middle Eastern abjad, written right-to-left. Was used in the 6th–8th centuries CE in today’s Yemen and throughout the Arabian peninsula for a group of related now-extinct Semitic languages. Evolved into Ethiopic script, was replaced by Arabic script. Read more on ScriptSource, Unicode, Wikipedia, Wiktionary, r12a.