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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 source; it works very poorly in mod­ern en­vi­ron­ments, but a “ti­died” Adobe Type 1 for­mat ver­sion is avail­able in the sara­bian bun­dle.

Sources /fonts/southarabian
Ver­sion 1994-08-04
Li­cense Un­known Sta­tus, No In­for­ma­tion Avail­able
Main­tainer Alan Stanier
Topics fonts them­selves
fonts re­pro­duc­ing ar­chaic scripts or in­scrip­tions
fonts dis­tributed as source

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