From: Aiet Kolkhi (email@example.com)
Date: Sun Jan 18 2009 - 13:52:55 CST
> U+10F1 ( ჱ ) GEORGIAN LETTER HE
> U+10F2 ( ჲ ) GEORGIAN LETTER HIE
> U+10F3 ( ჳ ) GEORGIAN LETTER WE
> U+10F4 ( ჴ ) GEORGIAN LETTER HAR
> U+10F5 ( ჵ ) GEORGIAN LETTER HOE
> U+10F6 ( ჶ ) GEORGIAN LETTER FI
I do not think these Georgian characters can be considered obsolete.
True, they are no longer used frequently in modern texts, but they
have been massively used during the past 2000 years and are often used
in contemporary writings when quoting older proverbs or older texts.
U+10F6 ( ჶ ) has slightly shorter history though, as it was introduced
later and has been mainly used for foreign words. But still, I am not
sure we can consider it obsolete.
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