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A Brief Note on Fonts for Biblical Studies

14th July 2009

I just wrote a page for my new website on Hebrew and Greek fonts for students and scholars.  Until my new website goes live, the link to the article is; once my new site is live (which I hope is soon), then the link should be

Let me know what you think.

2 Responses to “A Brief Note on Fonts for Biblical Studies”

  1. Mike Aubrey Says:

    I would have included Gentium in the Greek fonts. Its range covers the majority of characters in all Indo-European Scriptures.

  2. Brooke Says:

    You mention the SIL fonts for Hebrew and Greek, but not the Charis SIL unicode font for transliteration. I find it a lovely font visually, and it includes all the diacritics a semiticist could want (I think). Mac users may want the SIL Hebrew-Greek Transliteration Unicode Keyboard to use with Charis SIL.