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Re: [textualcriticism] Papyrus symbol in Unicode

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  • David Robert Palmer
    Hello Dirk, I use U+1D513 MATHEMATICAL FRAKTUR CAPITAL P, which is displayed best by these three free Unicode fonts, Cardo98, DoulosSIL, and CharisSIL. I have
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      Hello Dirk,
       
      I use U+1D513 MATHEMATICAL FRAKTUR CAPITAL P, which is displayed best by these three free Unicode fonts, Cardo98, DoulosSIL, and CharisSIL.
       
      I have download links, and samples of these fonts, plus Code2000 and Titus Cyberbit Basic, at this link:
       
      David Robert Palmer
       
      ----- Original Message -----
      Sent: Thursday, March 22, 2007 4:02 AM
      Subject: [textualcriticism] Papyrus symbol in Unicode

      Sorry for this trivial question, but is there a dedicated symbol for the
      Gothic P used to indicate a Papyrus in NT textcriticism (obviously I
      could not find it in the Unicode font I was using)?

      Regards,
      Dirk

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