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Fonts are sets of typographic characters, typically used to write documents on word processors. Well known examples are the Arial or Times New Roman fonts bundled with the Windows operating systems.
Antioch Greek Utility
Download Ralph Hancock's shareware utility and fonts for writing Unicode Greek in Word 97/2000. Includes converters for numerous other encodings, and an optional autocorrect feature for accenting commonly-typed words automatically.
For Macintosh or Windows. To type using the font, you have to buy a $50 GreekKeys program.
A tool for searching and browsing the databases of ancient texts published by the Thesaurus Linguae Graecae.
Magenta Software: Polytonistis
Commercial utility for writing Unicode Greek in Word 97/2000. Includes several very nice Unicode fonts.
Matthew Robinson's Greek Font Utilities
Extensive resources for writing Greek using WinGreek compatible fonts. Freeware macros for MS Word and Corel WordPerfect, and links to shareware fonts.
Silver Mountain Software
Software for Classical and Koine Greek studies. Includes the $20 shareware font and utility pack "SGREEK", which can be used on the Perseus Project site. Font allows typing using Beta code.
FTP link to a Sans-Serif Greek font for Macintosh (type using Beta code).
FTP link to a very nice Sans-Serif TTF Greek font (uses Beta code). Very readable.
Resource to assist with Greek text file conversion.
Unicode Polytonic Greek
A discussion of the Unicode standard as pertains to usage by classicists.
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