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  • Copte r1
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Copte Scripte Full family

  • Copte Scripte Regular
  • Copte Scripte pointed Regular
About Copte Scripte
Coptic writing is the conjunction between two scripts and two cultures, Egyptian and Greek. It borrows 24 characters from Greek writing and the other 7 come from Demotic, which was the script used in Egypt before. Beyond the change of glyphs, the true revolution came in structural changes: thanks to the Greek, Egypt discovered the alphabetical system. Words taken from the article “Marc le prêtre de Saint-Marc” by Chantal Heurtel.
Designed by
Jonathan Fabreguettes, Laurent Bourcellier
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PDF Specimen
Current release
Feb 27, 2008
Initial release
Feb 27, 2008
Language support


Font formats
Individual weights & styles (2 fonts)
Regular, Regular
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