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* [[New Athena Unicode]] ([https://apagreekkeys.org/NAUdownload.html download]) offers a freely downloadable [https://apagreekkeys.org/fonts/NAU5_002woff.zip WOFF version] of their font that includes many important features for ancient languages (including Egyptian, Arabic and other transcriptions). (For example, the ''[[EpiDoc]] Guidelines'' has a copy of the New Athena Unicode WOFF at http://www.stoa.org/epidoc/gl/assets/newathu5.woff for display of certain poorly-supported characters.)
 
* [[New Athena Unicode]] ([https://apagreekkeys.org/NAUdownload.html download]) offers a freely downloadable [https://apagreekkeys.org/fonts/NAU5_002woff.zip WOFF version] of their font that includes many important features for ancient languages (including Egyptian, Arabic and other transcriptions). (For example, the ''[[EpiDoc]] Guidelines'' has a copy of the New Athena Unicode WOFF at http://www.stoa.org/epidoc/gl/assets/newathu5.woff for display of certain poorly-supported characters.)
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* [[Cardo]] ([http://scholarsfonts.net/cardofnt.html information]) is a large Unicode font specifically designed for the needs of classicists, Biblical scholars, medievalists, and linguists. It is licensed under the [http://scripts.sil.org/cms/scripts/page.php?site_id=nrsi&id=OFL_web Open Font License]. It is freely available for use on web sites via multiple font hosting services (e.g. [https://fonts.google.com/specimen/Cardo Google Fonts] and [https://typekit.com/fonts/cardo Adobe TypeKit].
  
 
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Which fonts with good coverage of ancient languages are available as Web Fonts for embedding in web pages?

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