Re: Acceptable alembic glyph variants

From: Asmus Freytag (
Date: Fri Jan 04 2008 - 21:18:12 CST

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    On 1/4/2008 3:43 PM, Philippe Verdy wrot
    > * The "pro" (or "per"? this depends on the way the word was actually
    > pronounced by various speakers) ligature (which car occur also in the middle
    > of a word or as a word prefix like in "profontd" that became "pfontd" before
    > becoming "fond" in today's French), written like a p with a horizontal
    > stroke cutting the descender, quite similar to a underscored p (however,
    > typographical underscores should not cut the descenders of letters).
    That would be a variant of U+214C, don't you think?
    > There may exist in fact lots of unstudied ligatures in medieval scripts,
    The discussion so far has been about phonetic symbols. Start a new thread.


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