From: Jim Allan (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Aug 21 2003 - 10:29:15 EDT
Paul James Cowrie posted:
> the sign used for aleph (looks like a 3, but isn't, obviously)
> the sign used for yod (looks like a i with a right ring tick above it)
> the sign used interchangeably for q (looks like a k with a dot beneath
See http://www.dfki.de/~nederhof/AEL/transliteration.html for a
discussion of Egyptian transliteration using Unicode though for the _i_
with hook I think that the combination U+0069 + U+0357 (the last being a
newly coded diacritic) is superior to the suggest U+0069 + U+0313.
For the character that looks like _3_ I would suggest currently using
_3_ as that is the traditional fallback used in transliterations when
the proper character is not available.
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