Aramaic Alphabet

Aramaic Alphabet called Aramic in older literature
late 10th c.B.C.
According to Wiki:
The Aramaic alphabet, a modified form of Phoenician, was the ancestor of the modern Arabic and Hebrew scripts, as well as the Brāhmī script, the parent writing system of most modern abugidas in India, Southeast Asia, Tibet, and Mongolia. The Greek alphabet (and by extension its descendants such as the Latin, the Cyrillic and the Coptic), was a direct successor of Phoenician, though certain letter values were changed to represent vowels. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phoenician_alphabet)