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Kanbun

Block from U+3190 to U+319F. This block was introduced in Unicode version 1.1 (1993). It contains 16 codepoints.

The Wikipedia provides the following information on block Kanbun:

Kanbun is a Unicode block containing annotation characters used in Japanese copies (kanbun) of Classical Chinese texts, to indicate reading order.

Chart at Unicode.org (PDF)
Block at Decode Unicode

  1. Glyph for U+3190 Ideographic Annotation Linking Mark
  2. Glyph for U+3191 Ideographic Annotation Reverse Mark
  3. Glyph for U+3192 Ideographic Annotation One Mark
  4. Glyph for U+3193 Ideographic Annotation Two Mark
  5. Glyph for U+3194 Ideographic Annotation Three Mark
  6. Glyph for U+3195 Ideographic Annotation Four Mark
  7. Glyph for U+3196 Ideographic Annotation Top Mark
  8. Glyph for U+3197 Ideographic Annotation Middle Mark
  9. Glyph for U+3198 Ideographic Annotation Bottom Mark
  10. Glyph for U+3199 Ideographic Annotation First Mark
  11. Glyph for U+319A Ideographic Annotation Second Mark
  12. Glyph for U+319B Ideographic Annotation Third Mark
  13. Glyph for U+319C Ideographic Annotation Fourth Mark
  14. Glyph for U+319D Ideographic Annotation Heaven Mark
  15. Glyph for U+319E Ideographic Annotation Earth Mark
  16. Glyph for U+319F Ideographic Annotation Man Mark