Southwest Paleohispanic script

The Southwest Script or Southwestern Script, also known as Tartessian or South Lusitanian, is a Paleohispanic script used to write an unknown language usually identified as Tartessian. Southwest inscriptions have been found mainly in the southwestern quadrant of the Iberian Peninsula, mostly in the south of Portugal (Algarve and southern Alentejo), but also in Spain (in southern Extremadura and western Andalucia).

Southwestern script in the context of paleohispanic scripts
Sound values of the Southwestern script proposed by Valerio (2008)
Sound values proposed by Rodríguez Ramos (2000)
Fonte Velha (Bensafrim, Lagos)
Herdade da Abobada (Almodôvar)