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Help with identifying this old language

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Photo attached - It looks like something from Eastern Europe, Cyrillic?  I have no idea...but any help would be great.

Thanks!

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I have no idea, but I can tell you one thing: it's not Cyrillic.
It looks more like Brahmic, but even that seems to be false.

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17 hours ago, brthrs said:

Photo attached - It looks like something from Eastern Europe, Cyrillic?  I have no idea...but any help would be great.

Thanks!

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Actually I also don't know. But what I know is I love threads like this! Hope we can find it out soon.

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Thanks for the comments so far!  I've been on the hunt and I'm getting closer - I think it might be Armenian...

 

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