This is of interest to me because of the wealth of Assyrian and Babylonian documents which are just starting to be digitized. Even if you don't study the language, just having the base 60 digit set is great for studying history of math. For instance, a school exercise (lessons were inscribed on clay, baked, and student copies "mimeographed" by pressing wet clay against the master) read in translation:
I added twice the side to the square; the result was 𒈫𒐐𒁹𒐏 (2,51,40 if you don't have a cuneiform unicode font installed). What is the side?
Using an official font makes working with base 60 way cooler.