Under the guidance of the pioneer of Syriac computing George Kiraz, we have designed three families of Syriac typefaces:
In each case we offer typesetting of Syriac or Arabic language in Syriac script. Arabic typeset in Syriac script is called "Garshuni".
These letters are probably the most elegant ones and have the most esthetic ligatures. Here is a sample in Garshuni, using Serto letters:
These letters are the most widespread. They are simpler than Serto. Here is a sample in Garshuni, using Estrangelo letters:
These letters are bolder than the others and give the impression of being heavy and serious. Here is a sample in Garshuni, using Eastern letters:
We offer five kind of vowels:
The four first kinds of vowels can be combined in the same word.
Besides vowels we offer all necessary diacritical marks (seyame, qushoyo, rukakha, etc.)
Contrarily to all other types of vowels which all take the form of diacritical marks (placed above or below letters) Jacob of Edessa vowels are independent letters, as can be seen in the following sample, written in Estrangelo:
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