Irula language

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Name Base Sample Approx. First Appearance
Prehistoric numerals 35,000 BCE
Babylonian numerals 60 Babylonian 1.svgBabylonian 2.svgBabylonian 3.svgBabylonian 4.svgBabylonian 5.svgBabylonian 6.svgBabylonian 7.svgBabylonian 8.svgBabylonian 9.svgBabylonian 10.svg 3,100 BCE
Egyptian numerals 10
Z1V20V1M12D50I8I7C11
3,000 BCE
Chinese numerals, Japanese numerals, Korean numerals (Sino-Korean) 10

零一二三四五六七八九十百千萬億 (Default, Traditional Chinese)

〇一二三四五六七八九十百千万亿 (Default, Simplified Chinese)

零壹貳叄肆伍陸柒捌玖拾佰仟萬億 (Financial, T. Chinese)

零壹贰叁肆伍陆柒捌玖拾佰仟萬億 (Financial, S. Chinese)

1,600 BCE
Aegean numerals 10 𐄇 𐄈 𐄉 𐄊 𐄋 𐄌 𐄍 𐄎 𐄏  ( 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 )
𐄐 𐄑 𐄒 𐄓 𐄔 𐄕 𐄖 𐄗 𐄘  ( 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 )
𐄙 𐄚 𐄛 𐄜 𐄝 𐄞 𐄟 𐄠 𐄡  ( 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 )
𐄢 𐄣 𐄤 𐄥 𐄦 𐄧 𐄨 𐄩 𐄪  ( 1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 6000 7000 8000 9000 )
𐄫 𐄬 𐄭 𐄮 𐄯 𐄰 𐄱 𐄲 𐄳  ( 10000 20000 30000 40000 50000 60000 70000 80000 90000 )
1,500 BCE
Roman numerals 10 I V X L C D M 1,000 BCE
Hebrew numerals 10 א ב ג ד ה ו ז ח ט
י כ ל מ נ ס ע פ צ ק ר ש ת ך ם ף ץ
800 BCE
Indian numerals 10 Tamil ௦ ௧ ௨ ௩ ௪ ௫ ௬ ௭ ௮ ௯

Devanagari ० १ २ ३ ४ ५ ६ ७ ८ ९

750 – 690 BCE
Greek numerals 10 ō α β γ δ ε ϝ ζ η θ ι
ο Αʹ Βʹ Γʹ Δʹ Εʹ Ϛʹ Ζʹ Ηʹ Θʹ
<400 BCE
Phoenician numerals 10 𐤙 𐤘 𐤗 𐤛𐤛𐤛 𐤛𐤛𐤚 𐤛𐤛𐤖 𐤛𐤛 𐤛𐤚 𐤛𐤖 𐤛 𐤚 𐤖 [1] <250 BCE[2]
Chinese rod numerals 10 𝍠 𝍡 𝍢 𝍣 𝍤 𝍥 𝍦 𝍧 𝍨 𝍩 1st Century
Ge'ez numerals 10 ፩, ፪, ፫, ፬, ፭, ፮, ፯, ፰, ፱
፲, ፳, ፴, ፵, ፶, ፷, ፸, ፹, ፺, ፻
3rd – 4th Century, 15th Century (Modern Style)[3]
Armenian numerals 10 Ա Բ Գ Դ Ե Զ Է Ը Թ Ժ Early 5th Century
Khmer numerals 10 ០ ១ ២ ៣ ៤ ៥ ៦ ៧ ៨ ៩ Early 7th Century
Thai numerals 10 ๐ ๑ ๒ ๓ ๔ ๕ ๖ ๗ ๘ ๙ 7th Century[4]
Abjad numerals 10 غ ظ ض ذ خ ث ت ش ر ق ص ف ع س ن م ل ك ي ط ح ز و هـ د ج ب ا <8th Century
Eastern Arabic numerals 10 ٩ ٨ ٧ ٦ ٥ ٤ ٣ ٢ ١ ٠ 8th Century
Western Arabic numerals 10 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 9th Century
Cyrillic numerals 10 А҃ В҃ Г҃ Д҃ Е҃ Ѕ҃ З҃ И҃ Ѳ҃ І҃ ... 10th Century
Tangut numerals 10 𘈩𗍫𘕕𗥃𗏁𗤁𗒹𘉋𗢭𗰗 1,036 CE
Burmese numerals 10 ၀ ၁ ၂ ၃ ၄ ၅ ၆ ၇ ၈ ၉ 11th Century[5]
Maya numerals 20 0 maia.svg 1 maia.svg 2 maia.svg 3 maia.svg 4 maia.svg 5 maia.svg 6 maia.svg 7 maia.svg 8 maia.svg 9 maia.svg 10 maia.svg 11 maia.svg 12 maia.svg 13 maia.svg 14 maia.svg 15 maia.svg 16 maia.svg 17 maia.svg 18 maia.svg 19 maia.svg <15th Century
Muisca numerals 20 Muisca cyphers acc acosta humboldt zerda.svg <15th Century
Aztec numerals 20 16th Century
Sinhala numerals 10 ෦ ෧ ෨ ෩ ෪ ෫ ෬ ෭ ෮ ෯

𑇡 𑇢 𑇣 𑇤 𑇥 𑇦 𑇧 𑇨 𑇩 𑇪 𑇫 𑇬 𑇭 𑇮 𑇯 𑇰 𑇱 𑇲 𑇳 𑇴

<18th Century
Kaktovik Inupiaq numerals 20 InupiaqNumbers.gif 1994
Irula numerals 10 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Early 5th Century

References[change | change source]

  1. Everson, Michael (2007-07-25). "Proposal to add two numbers for the Phoenician script" (PDF). UTC Document Register. L2/07-206 (WG2 N3284): Unicode Consortium.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: location (link)
  2. Cajori, Florian (Sep 1928). A History Of Mathematical Notations Vol I. The Open Court Company. p. 18. Retrieved 5 June 2017.
  3. Chrisomalis, Stephen (2010-01-18). Numerical Notation: A Comparative History. ISBN 9781139485333.
  4. Chrisomalis, Stephen (2010). Numerical Notation: A Comparative History. Cambridge University Press. p. 200. ISBN 9780521878180.
  5. "Burmese/Myanmar script and pronunciation". Omniglot. Retrieved 5 June 2017.