[b-greek] Re: Greek Font?

From: Mark Goodacre (M.S.Goodacre@bham.ac.uk)
Date: Sat Oct 27 2001 - 20:42:24 EDT

On 27 Oct 2001, at 18:24, Carl W. Conrad wrote:

> Two web sites worth your looking at are:
> Little Greek Guide to Fonts for New Testament Greek
> <http://www.mindspring.com/~jwrobie/greek/fonts.html>
> and
> Fonts fuer Patristiker (Fremdsprachige Zeichensaetze für Patristiker)
> http://www.uni-bonn.de/~ute404/fonts.html This latter has fonts for
> several different languages but Greek's among them, and presumably you
> can figure out the German well enough to find what's worth while
> there.

I agree with Carl's useful suggestions, but one warning: Jonathan
Robie's site is now quite out of date, several dead links etc.

I'd recommend either of two one-stop solutions, SPIonic, the
Scholars Press freeware font, also available as part of a "font kit" at
Tyndale House, or the SIL Greek Font System. If you'll forgive the
plug, I've an annotated list of Greek fonts available, with links to
keyboard maps & general introductions, surveys etc. on my Greek
NT Gateway: Fonts page at:



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