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Hi Jonathon:

The SBL Greek is one of the ones I've looked at, but it also had the tilde
shaped circumflex (in Unicode it's actually called a perispomeni) - a little
surprising since that didn't show up in any manuscripts that I'm aware of
until well after biblical times.

But I'll take another look.

Another character that annoys me in most fonts' Greek glyphs is the phi
which is usually shown as φ (like an effeminate p with too much of a swirl)
whereas in ancient manuscripts it's more like an o character with a slanted
line going through it.



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