Kanji: 銘. Radical: 金. Number of strokes: 14. Meaning: “ inscription”. Pronunciation: メイmei.
Name: fidäl ፊደል
Creation: 4th century A.D. comes from South-Arabic scriptures. / Coins and inscriptions from the 4th century.
Name: (Pārsīk or Pārsīg)
Code: Phli - Phlp - Phlv
Creation: 300 or 200 B.C. (from the Aramaic alphabet) / Attested on Parthian coins c. 250 BC.
Complements: Classified in two styles: Pehlevi of inscriptions and Pehlevi of books.