Block: Inscriptional Parthian

Range U+10B40 - U+10B5F
Official Chart http://www.unicode.org/charts/PDF/U10B40.pdf
Wikipedia Inscriptional Parthian is a script used to write Parthian language on coins of Parthia from the time of Arsaces I of Parthia (250 BC). It was also used for inscriptions of Parthian (mostly on clay fragments) and later Sassanian periods (mostly on official inscriptions). Inscriptional Parthian script has 22 letters for sounds and 8 letters for numerals.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inscriptional_Parthian_(Unicode_block)
Characters
𐭀 𐭁 𐭂 𐭃 𐭄 𐭅 𐭆 𐭇 𐭈 𐭉 𐭊 𐭋 𐭌 𐭍 𐭎 𐭏 𐭐 𐭑 𐭒 𐭓 𐭔 𐭕 𐭖 𐭗 𐭘 𐭙 𐭚 𐭛 𐭜 𐭝 𐭞 𐭟