You need to get a Unicode-enabled browser and font ;-)
Attached is a screen shot, and here is the html (sorry for the decimal, but I'm in a rush, and that's what MS gives you):
"shape to ỉ and ʻ or ʿ that they cannot be used?"
Δός μοι ποῦ στῶ, καὶ κινῶ τὴν γῆν — Ἀρχιμήδης
----- Original Message -----
From: "Michael Everson" <email@example.com>
Sent: Thursday, September 27, 2001 3:41 AM
Subject: Re: Egyptian Transliteration Characters
> At 15:05 -0700 2001-09-26, §§Û§S§¶§Í§Â§¶§½ wrote:
> >Is this the same Unicode that encodes characters and not glyphs?
> Yes, it is, and I am not certain that Mark's "strong" suspicion is
> correct because I have seen a lot of data. But I'll be asking
> > >1. LATIN CAPITAL LETTER EGYPTOLOGICAL YOD
> >>LATIN SMALL LETTER EGYPTOLOGICAL YOD
> >>2. LATIN CAPITAL LETTER EGYPTOLOGICAL AYIN
> >>LATIN SMALL LETTER EGYPTOLOGICAL AYIN
> >>I strongly suspect that current diacritics (for 1) and modifier letters (for
> >>2) are similar enough in shape to what is required that they can be used.
> >>Are there any other characters used by Egyptologist that are so close in
> >shape to i?? and ?? or ?? that they cannot be used?
> I don't know what i?? and ?? or ?? were meant to be, Mark.
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