|Date||6 August 2015|
The unification of a number of local epigraphic alphabets into a single Old Italic script requires language-specific fonts, because the glyphs most commonly used may differ somewhat depending on the language being represented. This Technical Note provides a table showing the most common variants for each alphabet.
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