[B-Greek] Greek penmanship font
Kenneth C. Vendler
kenneth.vendler at higherwinds.net
Sat Dec 20 17:42:05 EST 2003
There is one font which I am aware of that represents miniscule script, but
it may not be suitable for instruction in penmanship. The font I am
referring to is a reproduction of the script of Lectionary 562. The
penmanship, in my opinion, is not the greatest, but probably not atypical of
an age where precision 1 mm technical pens did not exist.
I also have some other miscellaneous Greek fonts at
http://www.higherwinds.net/fonts.html. One of them is a font reproduction
for the famous Codex Sinaiticus.
Kenneth C. Vendler
"Some people think they are thinking, when they are merely rearranging their
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----- Original Message -----
From: <Polycarp66 at aol.com>
To: <Katb4now at aol.com>; <b-greek at lists.ibiblio.org>
Sent: Saturday, December 20, 2003 5:16 PM
Subject: Re: [B-Greek] Greek penmanship font
> In a message dated 12/20/2003 8:48:46 AM Eastern Standard Time,
> Katb4now at aol.com writes:
> Does anyone know where I can find a greek font that looks like
> I want to make up some penmaship type worksheets for my son.
> Here are some Latin fonts that are like what I'm looking for in Greek.
> I would also settle for some type of prepared modern Greek penmanship
> Can anyone help me?
> I note that there has been no response to a similar previous request. I
> think this is because no one is likely to know of such a font. I have
> one (though that doesn't mean that it doesn't exist). I would suggest
> you stick with standard printed forms. If, however, you persist in your
> and are successful, I hope you will post what you find to the list.
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