Block: Carian

Range U+102A0 - U+102DF
Official Chart http://www.unicode.org/charts/PDF/U102A0.pdf
Wikipedia In Unicode, a block is defined as one contiguous range of code points. Blocks are named uniquely and have no overlap. They have a starting code point of the form hhh0 and an ending code point of the form hhhF. A block explicitly can include code points that are unassigned and non-characters.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carian_(Unicode_block)
Characters
𐊠 𐊡 𐊢 𐊣 𐊤 𐊥 𐊦 𐊧 𐊨 𐊩 𐊪 𐊫 𐊬 𐊭 𐊮 𐊯 𐊰 𐊱 𐊲 𐊳 𐊴 𐊵 𐊶 𐊷 𐊸 𐊹 𐊺 𐊻 𐊼 𐊽 𐊾 𐊿 𐋀 𐋁 𐋂 𐋃 𐋄 𐋅 𐋆 𐋇 𐋈 𐋉 𐋊 𐋋 𐋌 𐋍 𐋎 𐋏 𐋐 𐋑 𐋒 𐋓 𐋔 𐋕 𐋖 𐋗 𐋘 𐋙 𐋚 𐋛 𐋜 𐋝 𐋞 𐋟