St. Thomas More (1478-1535), a lawyer, writer, scholar, statesman,
diplomat, political theorist and patron of the arts invented the
Utopian alphabet during the 16th century.
This alphabet appears in his book Utopia, which
was written in Latin and was published in 1516. The name Utopia
is a pun meaning both the "good place" and "no
place". The book is narrated by a traveller called Raphael
Hythloday, who praises all aspects of life of the fictional country
of Utopia. Hythloday's comments can be seen as an indirect critique
of contemporary English society.
The Utopian alphabet (VTOPIENSIVM ALPHABETVM)
Vtopos ha Boccas peula chama polta chamaan. Bargol he maglomi
baccan forna gymnoſophon. Agrama gymnoſophon labarem
bacha bodamilomin. Voluala barchin heman la lauoluola dramme pagloni. Source: http://www.ub.uni-bielefeld.de/diglib/more/utopia/ (page 13)