SouthArabian – A font for an archaic South Arabia script
The script was used for several languages in Southern Arabia in the second millenium BCE.
The font is distributed as METAFONT source; it works very poorly in modern environments, but a “tidied” Adobe Type 1 format version is available in the sarabian bundle.
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fonts reproducing archaic scripts or inscriptions
fonts distributed as METAFONT source
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