ანბანი [anbani] alphabet  
It’s easy to say, but complicated to explain: Georgia created the Georgian alphabet, and the Georgian alphabet created Georgia. There are three Georgian alphabets: Mrglovani, Nuskhuri, Mkhedruli. Over the centuries these three alphabets have evolved from the original Mrglovani. The ‘military’ cursive is the modern Georgian alphabet. It consists of 33 letters and is unique to Georgian. The Georgian alphabet is one of the oldest extant alphabets in the world. In 2016 UNESCO listed the Georgian alphabet as the intangible cultural heritage of humanity.
There are some very ancient texts in Georgian, the alphabet dating from the 4th century AD.  In fact, certain scholars believe that the Georgian alphabet is significantly older.
Georgian literature has been written from the fifth century till today in the Georgian alphabet and continues its unbroken development. The interesting fact is that Georgian literary texts written sixteen centuries ago are still understood and easily acceptable to today’s Georgian readers. This phenomenon is the main linch-pin of our language’s historical evolution.
Every letter in the Georgian alphabet corresponds to a single sound, and it doesn’t matter if foreigners perceive their shapes to be something lifted from, or invented for some fantasy classical novel, while Georgians see their alphabet as natural and part of their flesh and blood.