From: Andreas Prilop (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Nov 06 2008 - 10:52:40 CST
Manfred Lorenz mentions in his book
Lehrbuch des Pashto (Afghanisch) / von Manfred Lorenz. -
2. Auflage. - Leipzig : Verlag Enzyklopaedie, 1982
an archaic Pashto letter for [dz]. It is a combination
of U+062C and U+062E, i.e. the letter has a dot above
/and/ a dot below. This seems likely to me since there are
two other Pashto letters (still in use) with a dot above
/and/ a dot below: U+0696 and U+069A.
However, Unicode lists only U+0682 as archaic Pashto letter.
This letter has both dots above.
Is the glyph for U+0682 an error?
Did Manfred Lorenz make an error?
Are there two archaic letters for [dz]?
(The modern letter for [dz] is U+0681.)
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