Acronyms that contain the term alphabetum
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What does alphabetum mean?
- Alphabetum, as known popularly, is a commercial multilingual unicode font (TTF, TrueType font) for ancient languages developed by Juan José Marcos. It is also the prominent title of a Latin book printed in 1772 which describes the evolution of several Indian language scripts including that of Malayalam. Alphabetum contains fonts for: Aegean numerals Anatolian scripts (Lydian, Lycian, Carian, Phrygian, Sidetic) Avestan Brahmi Celtiberian Coptic (Bohairic) Cypriot Old Cyrillic Old English Middle English Glagolitic Gothic Ancient Greek Ancient Greek acrophonic numerals Ancient Greek musical notation Ancient Greek papyrological numbers Hebrew Iberian New Testament editorial symbols Old Italic (Etruscan, Oscan, Umbrian, Faliscan, Messapic, North and South Picene) Kharosthi Classical Latin Medieval Latin Linear B Old Nordic Medieval Nordic Ogham Old Persian cuneiform Phoenician Runic Sanskrit Old Church Slavonic Ugaritic