Ugaritic Cuneiform Script Online
Ugaritic alphabet (From Wikipedia)
The Ugaritic alphabet is a cuneiform abjad (alphabet without vowels), used from around 1500 BC for the Ugaritic language, an extinct Northwest Semitic language discovered in Ugarit, Syria, in 1928. It has 31 letters.
The Ugaritic Cuneiform font (PDF Document)
The ugarite bundle provides a set of fonts for the Ugaritic Cuneiform ...
Ugaritic cuneiform was named after Ugarit, the city state where it was used.
Ugaritic Cuneiform Signs (PDF Document)
Font naug* („Neo-Assyrian” wedge form) version 001.002 (July 30, 2003).
As time passed a totally different form of alphabetic writing assumed great importance during 1800-1400 B.C., namely the cuneiform alphabet associated with Ras Shamra, or Ugarit.
Ugaritic Unicode Fonts
Ugaritic cuneiform was used to write the Ugaritic language used in the city state of Ugarit from the 14th to 12th centuries BCE.