Samaritan script

The Samaritan alphabet is used by the Samaritans,keepers of the Torah,the Shamerim (שַמֶרִים),an ethnoreligious group for purposes of religion for the languages of Samaritan Hebrew,Samaritan Aramaic and Samaritan Arabic. 

The script evolved from the Old Hebrew alphabet and ultimately from Phoenician.

This is an example of handwritten Samaritan script.

Samaria and Judea after Herod.

A handwritten example in the Samaritan script follows , Exodus chapter 20 by Lestat Lam.

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