Iberic Script

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Iberic Script
Romanyan Script
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Script type
Alphabet
Official script Creeperopolis
Template:Country data Eminople
 Gagium
 Malgax
 New Gandor
 Quebecshire
 Rakeo
 Salisford
 Terranihil
 Tirol
 Willdavie
Related scripts
Parent systems
Child systems
Cyrillic Script

The Iberic Script is a Alaqan Decedent Script of 26 letters that was originally used for the Iberian language. The script is decedent from the Ayreoshubic Script and evolved becoming different scripts as the South Ayreoshubic Peoples migrated west to modern day Andaluzia. Several variants of the Alphabet exist across the world.

The Iberic sciprt is most commonly used script in world being used by many major languages such as Quebecshirite, Malgish, Creeperian Spanish, and Eminoplean.

Spread

The Romanyan Empire played a crucial role in the initial spread of the script. After the conquest of Savotta and Gandoria in the second century BC the scripts were introduced to these regions which has persisted to this day in Southern Ostlandet and the Sur. The spread also continued up north into Terranihil and Malgax. From Malgax the script entered Quebecshire by 1000 CE. During the Modern Era the script fell out in use in Greater Sacramento after the Blue Flag Revolution though the script was minimally used since the tenth century but the script was spread further by the Quebecshirites (into Gagium and Willdavie) and Creeperans into Lyoa.