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Syriac Computing Institute

SyrCOM aims at promoting Syriac culture by contributing to the academic field of Syriac studies using computer technology. Their free opentype fonts are here. The font designers at The Syriac Institute / Beth Mardutho are:

    George Kiraz, Christine Kiraz and Paul Nelson: East Syriac Adiabene (2001), East Syriac Ctesiphon (2000), Estrangelo Antioch (2001), Estrangelo Midyat (2001), Estrangelo Nisibin (+ Outline) (2001), Estrangelo Quenneshrin (2001), Estrangelo Talada (2001), Estrangelo TurAbdin (2001), Serto-Batnan, Serto-Batnan-Bold (2001), Serto-Jerusalem, Serto-Jerusalem-Bold, Serto-Jerusalem-Italic, Serto-Jerusalem-Outline (2001), Serto-Kharput (2001).
  • Fr. Joseph Tarzi: Serto-Urhoy, Serto-Urhoy-Bold (2000).
  • George Kiraz and Paul Nelson: Serto-Malankara (2001), Serto-Mardin, Serto-Mardin-Bold (2001), Estrangelo Edessa (2000).

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file name: Paul Nelson George Kiraz Estrangelo Edessa 2000 2006


file name: Paul Nelson George Kiraz Estrangelo Edessa 2000 2006b







Luc Devroye ⦿ School of Computer Science ⦿ McGill University Montreal, Canada H3A 2K6 ⦿ lucdevroye@gmail.com ⦿ http://luc.devroye.org ⦿ http://luc.devroye.org/fonts.html