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Scholarship in classics frequently involves dealing with unusual alphabets, scripts, and letterforms. The [[:category:Unicode|Unicode]] standard is designed to encode the characters of the world's writing systems (living and ancient), but it does not attempt to encode glyphs, which have been ceded to fonts and type design.
 
Scholarship in classics frequently involves dealing with unusual alphabets, scripts, and letterforms. The [[:category:Unicode|Unicode]] standard is designed to encode the characters of the world's writing systems (living and ancient), but it does not attempt to encode glyphs, which have been ceded to fonts and type design.
  
Below are listed pages and tools that address the specialized typographic needs of classicists.
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Below are listed pages dealing with fonts and specialized typographic needs of classicists.

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Scholarship in classics frequently involves dealing with unusual alphabets, scripts, and letterforms. The Unicode standard is designed to encode the characters of the world's writing systems (living and ancient), but it does not attempt to encode glyphs, which have been ceded to fonts and type design.

Below are listed pages dealing with fonts and specialized typographic needs of classicists.

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