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* http://www.doaks.org/resources/publications/athena-ruby-inscription-font/athena-ruby-intro  
 
* http://www.doaks.org/resources/publications/athena-ruby-inscription-font/athena-ruby-intro  
  
===Description===
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==Description==
  
 
Athena Ruby is a comprehensive font for use in the scholarly publication of Byzantine inscriptions. It is an OpenType, Unicode-compliant font, and compatible with all major operating systems. Named after its predecessor font, Athena, and Dumbarton Oaks Publications Manager Glenn Ruby (d. 2004), Athena Ruby is designed to represent Byzantine inscriptions in Latin and Greek. The font has letters, letter variants, ligatures, and decoration common in coins, seals, and weights, but not excluding other media, such as mosaics and frescoes. It is suited to a broad range of print and digital publications, from simple, single-author projects to complex multiple-author ones.
 
Athena Ruby is a comprehensive font for use in the scholarly publication of Byzantine inscriptions. It is an OpenType, Unicode-compliant font, and compatible with all major operating systems. Named after its predecessor font, Athena, and Dumbarton Oaks Publications Manager Glenn Ruby (d. 2004), Athena Ruby is designed to represent Byzantine inscriptions in Latin and Greek. The font has letters, letter variants, ligatures, and decoration common in coins, seals, and weights, but not excluding other media, such as mosaics and frescoes. It is suited to a broad range of print and digital publications, from simple, single-author projects to complex multiple-author ones.
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See [http://www.doaks.org/resources/publications/athena-ruby-inscription-font/athena-ruby-intro  official site] for news, documentation, tools.
 
See [http://www.doaks.org/resources/publications/athena-ruby-inscription-font/athena-ruby-intro  official site] for news, documentation, tools.
  
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[[:Category:fonts|font resources]]
 
[[:Category:fonts|font resources]]
  
[[Category:Unicode]]
 
 
[[category:epigraphy]]
 
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Latest revision as of 17:21, 6 March 2018

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[edit] Description

Athena Ruby is a comprehensive font for use in the scholarly publication of Byzantine inscriptions. It is an OpenType, Unicode-compliant font, and compatible with all major operating systems. Named after its predecessor font, Athena, and Dumbarton Oaks Publications Manager Glenn Ruby (d. 2004), Athena Ruby is designed to represent Byzantine inscriptions in Latin and Greek. The font has letters, letter variants, ligatures, and decoration common in coins, seals, and weights, but not excluding other media, such as mosaics and frescoes. It is suited to a broad range of print and digital publications, from simple, single-author projects to complex multiple-author ones.

See official site for news, documentation, tools.

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