[XeTeX] Res: Ancient Greek in Polyglossia

Yves Codet ycodet at club-internet.fr
Sun Jul 20 17:41:13 CEST 2008

Hello Flavio.

Le 20 juil. 08 à 15:59, Flavio Costa a écrit :

> 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?

Yes, it is. In such a case you would have:

\setotherlanguage{greek}

without any option in your preamble. In the text you would write:

\begin{greek}[variant=ancient]
...
\end{greek}

or:

\begin{greek}[variant=monotonic]
...
\end{greek}

Best wishes,

Yves