Re: A Europe of fonts

From: Jeff Guevin (
Date: Fri May 25 2001 - 09:42:36 EDT

> At 22:45 +0300 2001-05-24, Sorin Paliga wrote:
>> In fact, a fully Pan-European font should cover not only the Roman
>> (including Roman extended), Greek, Cyrillic and Armenian, but also
>> Georgian, Turkic Latin and Turkic Cyrillic.
>> If we refer to only modern and contemporary languages and scripts.
>> Historically, we should also add Glagolitic and Old Church Slavonic.
>> This would be indeed a complete European script of scripts.
> With Ogham and Runic, Old Hungarian, Old Permic, and Linear A.

And don't forget Classical Greek characters like digamma....Etruscan, too...

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