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QNapi is unofficial clone of NapiProjekt program (http://napiprojekt.pl)
written using Qt5. It's focused to be functional on GNU/Linux and other
Unix-like systems, for which NapiProjekt is not available.

Font containing 7440 Egyptian hieroglyphs.
Abydos is mainly based on Glyph for Windows version 2.0; it also covers
proposals for encoding Egyptian Hieroglyphs in The Unicode Standard:
* Hans van den Berg, Eric Aubourg, “Hieroglyphic Text Processing:
Glyph for Windows”, CCER, 2007
* Michel Suignard, “Source analysis of an extended Egyptian
Hieroglyphs repertoire”, L2/16-257,
* “New draft for the encoding of an extended Egyptian Hieroglyphs
repertoire”, L2/17-073

Aegean covers the following scripts and symbols supported by Unicode: Basic Latin, Greek and Coptic, Greek Extended, some Punctuation and other Symbols, Linear B Syllabary, Linear B Ideograms, Aegean Numbers, Ancient Greek Numbers, Ancient Symbols, Phaistos Disc, Lycian, Carian, Old Italic, Ugaritic, Old Persian, Cypriot Syllabary, Phoenician, Lydian, and Archaic Greek Musical Notation. Aegean allocates in Plane 15 of the UCS the following scripts and symbols, as yet unsupported by Unicode: Cretan Hieroglyphs, Cypro-Minoan, Linear A, the Arkalochori Axe, signs on Troy vessels and the Dispilio tablet. In this version Linear A and B have been expanded with variant glyphs. The Tsepis stele variant of the Cypriot Syllabary has been added as its Open Type Stylistic Set VI.

Aegyptus allocates Egyptian Hieroglyphs, in Plane 15 of the UCS. The main sources of glyphs are «Hieroglyphica», PIREI, 2000 and the work of Alan Gardiner. The font also covers Basic Latin, Egyptian Transliteration characters, the Hieratic alphabet, Coptic, Meroitic, the Gardiner set supported by Unicode, et al. The Gardiner set (redesigned with a thicker line) is also available in the small font Gardiner.

Akkadian covers the following scripts and symbols supported by The Unicode Standard: Basic Latin, Greek and Coptic, some Punctuation and other Symbols, Cuneiform, Cuneiform Numbers and Punctuation.

Analecta is an ecclesiastic scripts font, covering Basic Latin, Greek and Coptic, some Punctuation and other Symbols, Coptic, typographica varia, Specials, Gothic and Deseret.

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