[XeTeX] Res: Ancient Greek in Polyglossia

Flavio Costa flaviocosta at yahoo.com.br
Sun Jul 20 15:59:30 CEST 2008

Hi, not that I will ever use it myself, but I wonder what would be the syntax if someone wants to write a text mainly in English (or another language) and alternate fragments in ancient and modern Greek, to compare the differences between them. Is it possible in Polyglossia?

Flavio Costa

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De: Yves Codet <ycodet at club-internet.fr>
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Enviadas: Domingo, 20 de Julho de 2008 5:12:24
Assunto: Re: [XeTeX] Ancient Greek in Polyglossia

Hello Juan.

Ancient Greek is a variant of Greek in Polyglossia. Your sample file  
should look like this:


    \setmainfont{Lucida Grande}
    \newfontfamily\greekfont{Lucida Grande}


«᾽Εγώ σου λογιώτερος, ἐγώ σου ἄρα


Best wishes,


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