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Unicode Status (Combining marks)
Unicode Status (Coptic)
Unicode Status (General Punctuation)

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The following table shows which Unicode characters are uniquely associated with this script. A language which uses the script may use additional symbols not listed here. See individual writing system pages for complete listings.

Characters associated with this script

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03E2 Ϣ COPTIC CAPITAL LETTER SHEI
03E3 ϣ COPTIC SMALL LETTER SHEI
03E4 Ϥ COPTIC CAPITAL LETTER FEI
03E5 ϥ COPTIC SMALL LETTER FEI
03E6 Ϧ COPTIC CAPITAL LETTER KHEI
03E7 ϧ COPTIC SMALL LETTER KHEI
03E8 Ϩ COPTIC CAPITAL LETTER HORI
03E9 ϩ COPTIC SMALL LETTER HORI
03EA Ϫ COPTIC CAPITAL LETTER GANGIA
03EB ϫ COPTIC SMALL LETTER GANGIA
03EC Ϭ COPTIC CAPITAL LETTER SHIMA
03ED ϭ COPTIC SMALL LETTER SHIMA
03EE Ϯ COPTIC CAPITAL LETTER DEI
03EF ϯ COPTIC SMALL LETTER DEI
2C80 COPTIC CAPITAL LETTER ALFA
2C81 COPTIC SMALL LETTER ALFA
2C82 COPTIC CAPITAL LETTER VIDA
2C83 COPTIC SMALL LETTER VIDA
2C84 COPTIC CAPITAL LETTER GAMMA
2C85 COPTIC SMALL LETTER GAMMA
2C86 COPTIC CAPITAL LETTER DALDA
2C87 COPTIC SMALL LETTER DALDA
2C88 COPTIC CAPITAL LETTER EIE
2C89 COPTIC SMALL LETTER EIE
2C8A COPTIC CAPITAL LETTER SOU
2C8B COPTIC SMALL LETTER SOU
2C8C COPTIC CAPITAL LETTER ZATA
2C8D COPTIC SMALL LETTER ZATA
2C8E COPTIC CAPITAL LETTER HATE
2C8F COPTIC SMALL LETTER HATE
2C90 COPTIC CAPITAL LETTER THETHE
2C91 COPTIC SMALL LETTER THETHE
2C92 COPTIC CAPITAL LETTER IAUDA
2C93 COPTIC SMALL LETTER IAUDA
2C94 COPTIC CAPITAL LETTER KAPA
2C95 COPTIC SMALL LETTER KAPA
2C96 COPTIC CAPITAL LETTER LAULA
2C97 COPTIC SMALL LETTER LAULA
2C98 COPTIC CAPITAL LETTER MI
2C99 COPTIC SMALL LETTER MI
2C9A COPTIC CAPITAL LETTER NI
2C9B COPTIC SMALL LETTER NI
2C9C COPTIC CAPITAL LETTER KSI
2C9D COPTIC SMALL LETTER KSI
2C9E COPTIC CAPITAL LETTER O
2C9F COPTIC SMALL LETTER O
2CA0 COPTIC CAPITAL LETTER PI
2CA1 COPTIC SMALL LETTER PI
2CA2 COPTIC CAPITAL LETTER RO
2CA3 COPTIC SMALL LETTER RO
2CA4 COPTIC CAPITAL LETTER SIMA
2CA5 COPTIC SMALL LETTER SIMA
2CA6 COPTIC CAPITAL LETTER TAU
2CA7 COPTIC SMALL LETTER TAU
2CA8 COPTIC CAPITAL LETTER UA
2CA9 COPTIC SMALL LETTER UA
2CAA COPTIC CAPITAL LETTER FI
2CAB COPTIC SMALL LETTER FI
2CAC COPTIC CAPITAL LETTER KHI
2CAD COPTIC SMALL LETTER KHI
2CAE COPTIC CAPITAL LETTER PSI
2CAF COPTIC SMALL LETTER PSI
2CB0 COPTIC CAPITAL LETTER OOU
2CB1 COPTIC SMALL LETTER OOU
2CB2 COPTIC CAPITAL LETTER DIALECT-P ALEF
2CB3 COPTIC SMALL LETTER DIALECT-P ALEF
2CB4 COPTIC CAPITAL LETTER OLD COPTIC AIN
2CB5 COPTIC SMALL LETTER OLD COPTIC AIN
2CB6 COPTIC CAPITAL LETTER CRYPTOGRAMMIC EIE
2CB7 COPTIC SMALL LETTER CRYPTOGRAMMIC EIE
2CB8 COPTIC CAPITAL LETTER DIALECT-P KAPA
2CB9 COPTIC SMALL LETTER DIALECT-P KAPA
2CBA COPTIC CAPITAL LETTER DIALECT-P NI
2CBB COPTIC SMALL LETTER DIALECT-P NI
2CBC COPTIC CAPITAL LETTER CRYPTOGRAMMIC NI
2CBD COPTIC SMALL LETTER CRYPTOGRAMMIC NI
2CBE COPTIC CAPITAL LETTER OLD COPTIC OOU
2CBF ⲿ COPTIC SMALL LETTER OLD COPTIC OOU
2CC0 COPTIC CAPITAL LETTER SAMPI
2CC1 COPTIC SMALL LETTER SAMPI
2CC2 COPTIC CAPITAL LETTER CROSSED SHEI
2CC3 COPTIC SMALL LETTER CROSSED SHEI
2CC4 COPTIC CAPITAL LETTER OLD COPTIC SHEI
2CC5 COPTIC SMALL LETTER OLD COPTIC SHEI
2CC6 COPTIC CAPITAL LETTER OLD COPTIC ESH
2CC7 COPTIC SMALL LETTER OLD COPTIC ESH
2CC8 COPTIC CAPITAL LETTER AKHMIMIC KHEI
2CC9 COPTIC SMALL LETTER AKHMIMIC KHEI
2CCA COPTIC CAPITAL LETTER DIALECT-P HORI
2CCB COPTIC SMALL LETTER DIALECT-P HORI
2CCC COPTIC CAPITAL LETTER OLD COPTIC HORI
2CCD COPTIC SMALL LETTER OLD COPTIC HORI
2CCE COPTIC CAPITAL LETTER OLD COPTIC HA
2CCF COPTIC SMALL LETTER OLD COPTIC HA
2CD0 COPTIC CAPITAL LETTER L-SHAPED HA
2CD1 COPTIC SMALL LETTER L-SHAPED HA
2CD2 COPTIC CAPITAL LETTER OLD COPTIC HEI
2CD3 COPTIC SMALL LETTER OLD COPTIC HEI
2CD4 COPTIC CAPITAL LETTER OLD COPTIC HAT
2CD5 COPTIC SMALL LETTER OLD COPTIC HAT
2CD6 COPTIC CAPITAL LETTER OLD COPTIC GANGIA
2CD7 COPTIC SMALL LETTER OLD COPTIC GANGIA
2CD8 COPTIC CAPITAL LETTER OLD COPTIC DJA
2CD9 COPTIC SMALL LETTER OLD COPTIC DJA
2CDA COPTIC CAPITAL LETTER OLD COPTIC SHIMA
2CDB COPTIC SMALL LETTER OLD COPTIC SHIMA
2CDC COPTIC CAPITAL LETTER OLD NUBIAN SHIMA
2CDD COPTIC SMALL LETTER OLD NUBIAN SHIMA
2CDE COPTIC CAPITAL LETTER OLD NUBIAN NGI
2CDF COPTIC SMALL LETTER OLD NUBIAN NGI
2CE0 COPTIC CAPITAL LETTER OLD NUBIAN NYI
2CE1 COPTIC SMALL LETTER OLD NUBIAN NYI
2CE2 COPTIC CAPITAL LETTER OLD NUBIAN WAU
2CE3 COPTIC SMALL LETTER OLD NUBIAN WAU
2CE4 COPTIC SYMBOL KAI
2CE5 COPTIC SYMBOL MI RO
2CE6 COPTIC SYMBOL PI RO
2CE7 COPTIC SYMBOL STAUROS
2CE8 COPTIC SYMBOL TAU RO
2CE9 COPTIC SYMBOL KHI RO
2CEA COPTIC SYMBOL SHIMA SIMA
2CEB COPTIC CAPITAL LETTER CRYPTOGRAMMIC SHEI
2CEC COPTIC SMALL LETTER CRYPTOGRAMMIC SHEI
2CED COPTIC CAPITAL LETTER CRYPTOGRAMMIC GANGIA
2CEE COPTIC SMALL LETTER CRYPTOGRAMMIC GANGIA
2CEF COPTIC COMBINING NI ABOVE
2CF0 COPTIC COMBINING SPIRITUS ASPER
2CF1 COPTIC COMBINING SPIRITUS LENIS
2CF2 COPTIC CAPITAL LETTER BOHAIRIC KHEI
2CF3 COPTIC SMALL LETTER BOHAIRIC KHEI
2CF9 COPTIC OLD NUBIAN FULL STOP
2CFA COPTIC OLD NUBIAN DIRECT QUESTION MARK
2CFB COPTIC OLD NUBIAN INDIRECT QUESTION MARK
2CFC COPTIC OLD NUBIAN VERSE DIVIDER
2CFD COPTIC FRACTION ONE HALF
2CFE COPTIC FULL STOP
2CFF ⳿ COPTIC MORPHOLOGICAL DIVIDER

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  • In The Unicode Standard, Combining marks implementation is discussed in  Chapter 7 Europe-I: Modern and Liturgical Scripts. In general, combining marks inherit script properties from the script being used. They are used in Latin, Cyrillic, Greek and have even been used in Tifinagh, Coptic, Newa and Caucasian Albanian. Other scripts, such as Arabic or most of the Indic scripts, have combining marks which are specific to that script.

    The Combining marks were first encoded in The Unicode Standard version 1.0. Since that time a number of other combining marks have been encoded. Combining marks are now encoded in the following blocks:

    ContributorLorna Evans
  • In The Unicode Standard, Coptic script implementation is discussed in  Chapter 7 Europe-I.

    Prior to version 4.1 of The Unicode Standard, the Coptic script was considered a stylistic variant of the Greek script, and a unified Greek and Coptic block in the range U+03E2..U+03EF contained the Coptic characters which could not arguably be written with Greek letters. However, subsequent discussion determined that the two scripts would be better encoded separately, so version 4.1 added a Coptic block which contained characters needed for accurately processing Coptic text.

    The Coptic script is now encoded in the following blocks:

    Blocks Character Range Added in Unicode Version Unicode Chart
    Greek and Coptic 03E2..03EF 1.0  U0370.pdf
    Coptic 2C80..2CFF 4.1  U2C80.pdf

    See also "Unicode Status (Combining marks)" for combining marks used in Coptic writings.

    Subsequent to version 4.1, the following characters have been added to the Coptic script:

    CharactersUnicode VersionDocumentation
    2CEB..2CF1 5.2  WG2 N3222/ L2/07-085
    2CF2..2CF3 6.1  WG2 N3873/ L2/10-290,  WG2 N3912/ L2/10-348

    Documentation refers to  ISO Working Group and Unicode proposals

    A number of proposals for its inclusion were submitted to the Unicode Technical Committee and WG2:

    1997-12-08 Proposal to encode Coptic in ISO/IEC 10646 — Michael Everson ( WG2 N1658.htm, L2/98-022 (not online))

    2000-02-15 Scripts from the Past in Future Versions of Unicode — Carl-Martin Bunz ( L2/00-128)

    2000-04-26 Further comments on historic scripts — Carl-Martin Bunz ( L2/00-153)

    2000-10-05 Coptic – resolutions from the meeting in Leiden, September 2, 2000 — Prof. Stephen Emmel ( L2/00-411)

    2002-02-03 Coptic Disunification — Rick McGowan ( L2/02-051)

    2002-05-08 Coptic supplementation in the BMP Michael Everson and Kamal Mansour ( WG2 N2444,  L2/02-205)

    2003-06-13 Proposal to Encode Coptic Letter Eie for use in Textual Apparatus Peter Constable ( L2/03-208)

    2003-08-24 Proposal to add the Coptic alphabet to the BMP of the UCS — Michael Everson ( L2/03-283)

    2003-10-01 Revised proposal to add the Coptic alphabet to the BMP of the UCS — Michael Everson ( WG2 N2636,  L2/03-327)

    2003-10-13 Further discussion of the Double Oblique Hyphen — Michael Everson ( WG2 N2647,  L2/03-338)

    2003-10-19 Background on DOUBLE OBLIQUE HYPHEN — Deborah Anderson ( L2/03-347)

    2004-01-26 Changes to ISO/IEC JTC1/SC2/WG2 N2636 and N2676 recommended by the International Association for Coptic Studies Stephen Emmel ( L2/04-053)

    2004-02-02 Coptic Comments — Kamal Mansour ( L2/04-068)

    2004-04-20 Revision of the Coptic block under ballot for the BMP of the UCS — Michael Everson, Stephen Emmel ( WG2 N2744,  L2/04-130)

    2007-05-12 Proposal to add additional characters for Coptic and Latin to the UCS — Michael Everson, Stephen Emmel, Antti Marjanen, Ismo Dunderberg, John Baines, Susana Pedro, António Emiliano ( WG2 N3222,  L2/07-085)

    2009-04-22 Report to JTC1 Chair and JTC1/SC2 Chair Regarding Resolution 34 on African Languages — Deborah Anderson ( WG2 N3641,  L2/09-285)

    2009-09-15 Proposal to Encode Coptic Numerals in ISO/IEC 10646 — Anshuman Pandey ( L2/09-163)

    2010-04-10 Towards an Encoding for Coptic Numbers in the UCS — Anshuman Pandey ( WG2 N3786,  L2/10-114)

    2010-06-21 Final Proposal to Encode Coptic Numbers in ISO/IEC 10646 — Anshuman Pandey ( WG2 N3843,  L2/10-206)

    2010-08-05 Proposal to add additional characters for Greek, Latin, and Coptic to the UCS — Michael Everson, Stephen Emmel, Siegfried G. Richter, Susana Pedro, António Emiliano ( WG2 N3873,  L2/10-290)

    2010-09-08 Towards the encoding of a complete set of Coptic numbers in the UCS — Michael Everson, Stephen Emmel ( WG2 N3886,  L2/10-333)

    2010-09-21 Revised proposal to add additional characters for Greek, Latin, and Coptic to the UCS — Michael Everson, Stephen Emmel, Siegfried G. Richter, Susana Pedro, António Emiliano ( WG2 N3912,  L2/10-348)

    2010-11-01 Request to Rename ‘Coptic Numbers’ to ‘Coptic Epact Numerals’ — Anshuman Pandey ( WG2 N3958,  L2/10-421)

    2011-01-08 Opposition about encode Coptic Epact numeral system in the Unicode Standard and ISO/IEC10646 — Azzeddine Lazrek ( L2/11-035)

    2011-02-09 Comparison of Coptic Epact vs. Rumi digits — Deborah Anderson ( L2/11-065)

    2011-02-14 Final Proposal to Encode Coptic Epact Numbers — Anshuman Pandey ( WG2 N3990,  L2/11-062)

    ContributorLorna Evans
  • In The Unicode Standard, Punctuation marks are discussed in  Chapter 6 Writing Systems and Punctuation. Punctuation marks can generally be used across scripts. They tend to be scattered across various blocks in Unicode. Some scripts have punctuation marks which are specific to that script and those are generally encoded with the script block(s).

    Punctuation (not script specific) is now encoded in the following blocks:

    BlocksCharacter RangeAdded in Unicode VersionDocumentation
    Basic Latin 0000..007F 1.0  U0000.pdf
    Latin-1 Supplement 0080..00FF 1.0  U0080.pdf
    General Punctuation 2000..206F 1.0  U2000.pdf
    Supplemental Punctuation 2E00..2E7F 4.1  U2E00.pdf
    CJK Symbols and Punctuation block 3000..303F 1.1  U3000.pdf
    Vertical Forms FE10..FE1F 4.1  UFE10.pdf
    CJK Compatibility Forms FE30..FE4F 1.1  UFE30.pdf
    Small Form Variants FE50..FE6F 1.1  UFE50.pdf
    Halfwidth and Fullwidth Forms FF00..FFEF 1.1  UFF00.pdf

    Subsequent to version 1.1, the following characters have been added to common punctuation:

    CharactersUnicode VersionDocumentation
    202F 3.0
    2047 3.2  n2092.pdf
    2048..204D 3.0
    204E..2050 3.2
    2051 3.2  n2092.pdf
    2052 3.2
    2053..2054 4.0
    2055 4.1
    2056 4.1  n2610r.pdf L2/03-282
    2057 3.2
    2058..2059 4.1  n2610r.pdf L2/03-282,  n2642.pdf L2/03-324
    205A..205C 4.1  
    205D 4.1  n2642.pdf L2/03-324
    205E 4.1
    205F 3.2
    2060..2063 3.2
    2064 5.1  n3198.pdf L2/07-011R2
    2E00..2E0C 4.1  n2612-1.pdf L2/03-074 R2
    2E0D 4.1  n2675.pdf
    2E0E..2E16 4.1  n2642.pdf L2/03-324
    2E17 4.1  n2647.pdf L2/03-338
    2E18 5.1  n2935.pdf L2/05-086
    2E19 5.1  n3218.pdf L2/06-269
    2E1A..2E1B 5.1  n3193.pdf L2/07-004
    2E1C..2E1D 4.1  n2765.pdf L2/04-172
    2E1E..2E2E 5.1  n3193.pdf L2/07-004
    2E2F 5.1
    2E30 5.1  n3193.pdf L2/07-004
    2E31 5.2
    2E45..2E49 10.0  
    2E4C pending  L2/16-220
    2E4D..2E4E pending  L2/16-219

    Documentation refers to  ISO Working Group and Unicode proposals

    A number of proposals for its inclusion have been submitted to the Unicode Technical Committee and WG2:

    1999-07-24 On the apostrophe and quotation mark, with a note on Egyptian transliteration characters — Michael Everson ( WG2 N2043,  L2/99-246)
    1999-12-01 On the need for a ZERO-WIDTH LIGATOR — Michael Everson ( WG2 N2141,  L2/99-379)
    2000-01-04 U-301C WAVE DASH — Japan NB ( WG2 N2166.doc,  L2/00-065)
    2000-01-06 Further discussion of the ZERO-WIDTH LIGATOR — Michael Everson ( WG2 N2147,  L2/00-012)

    2000-01-24 ZWJ contradictions, ZWL — Ken Whistler, Lloyd Anderson ( L2/00-023)

    2000-01-25 Extending ZWJ and ZWNJ for Ligation — Mark Davis ( L2/00-025)

    2000-01-25 Five comments on ZWL and ZWJ — Lloyd Anderson ( L2/00-026)

    2000-01-31 Comments on Ligature Control — John Jenkins ( L2/00-031)

    2000-03-31 Supplemental terminal graphics for Unicode — Frank da Cruz ( L2/00-159)

    2000-04-30 Zero width grapheme joiner — Mark Davis ( L2/00-156)

    2000-08-09 Proposal for addition of ZERO WIDTH WORD JOINER (WG2 N2335) — Mark Davis ( WG2 N2235.htm,  L2/00-258)

    2000-09-15 SOFT HYPHEN and some other characters — Kent Karlsson (WG2 N2268,  L2/00-332)

    2001-04-10 Bracket Disunification & Normalization Hell — Ken Whistler ( L2/01-168)

    2002-01-21 TLG: Miscellanea Proposal — TLG (D. Anderson) ( L2/02-031)

    2002-01-21 TLG: Background & detail information (208k, 26pp) — TLG (D. Anderson) ( L2/02-033)

    2002-07-30 Proposal to add a few dashes — Eric Muller ( L2/02-277)

    2002-08-14 Yes, SOFT HYPHEN is a hard problem — Eric Muller ( L2/02-279)

    2002-10-22 Em-dash comments (from web reporting form) — Donald Figge ( L2/02-349)

    2002-10-23 Dashes — Mark Davis ( L2/02-350)

    2002-10-23 Dashes — Patrick Andries ( L2/02-352)

    2002-10-24 Dashes — Ken Whistler ( L2/02-353)

    2002-10-25 Dashes — Eric Muller ( L2/02-357)

    2002-10-28 Response to using ZWJ and ZWNJ to control ligatures — Ayman Aldahleh, Paul Nelson ( L2/02-363)

    2002-11-27 Note on soft hyphens in 10646/Unicode — Kent Karlsson ( WG2 N2531,  L2/02-426)

    2002-12-02 Answer to L2/02-426, SC2/WG2 N2531 — Eric Muller ( L2/02-444)

    2003-01-30 Response to "UTC Agenda Item: Scope of Enclosing Marks" — Asmus Freytag ( L2/03-028)

    2003-06-11 Proposal to encode additional Punctuation Characters in the UCS — Maria Pantelia / TLG ( WG2 N2612-7,  L2/03-193)

    2003-08-21 ZWJ/ZWNJ proposed general category change — Kent Karlsson ( L2/03-276)

    2003-10-06 Proposal to encode additional Greek editorial and punctuation characters in the UCS — Maria Pantelia / TLG ( WG2 N2642,  L2/03-324)

    2003-10-10 Proposal — Symbols used in dictionaries — Asmus Freytag ( WG2 N2655)

    2003-10-13 Further discussion of the Double Oblique Hyphen — MIchael Everson ( WG2 N2647,  L2/03-338)

    2003-10-19 Background on DOUBLE OBLIQUE HYPHEN — Deborah Anderson ( L2/03-347)

    2003-10-22 Proposal to add one punctuation character to the UCS — Michael Everson ( WG2 N2675, L2/03-379)

    2004-03-04 Proposal to add two Masoretic punctuation marks to the BMP of the UCS — Mark Shoulson, Peter Kirk, John Hudson, Michael Everson, Peter Constable ( WG2 N2714,  L2/04-089)

    2004-06-02 Romanian Proposal for ISO/IEC 6937 Amendment — Romanian N B ( WG2 N2783,  L2/04-205)

    2006-08-01 Proposal to Add Additional Ancient Roman Characters to UCS — David Perry ( WG2 N3218,  L2/06-269)

    2007-01-09 Proposal to add Medievalist and Iranianist punctuation characters to the UCS — Michael Everson, Peter Baker, Marcus Dohnicht, António Emiliano, Odd Einar Haugen, Susana Pedro, David J. Perry, Roozbeh Pournader ( WG2 N3193,  L2/07-004)

    2007-08-02 Middle Dots and Don'ts — Ken Whistler ( L2/07-258)

    2007-09-18 Proposal to Encode WORD SEPARATOR MIDDLE DOT — US N.B. ( WG2 N3347,  L2/07-320)

    2008-09-06 Proposal to Revert to the Original Properties of the Zero Width Space — Javier Solá ( L2/08-344)

    2009-12-05 Proposal to encode six punctuation characters in the UCS — Michael Everson ( WG2 N3740,  L2/09-425)

    2010-02-10 Proposal to encode two dashes required by the Chicago Manual of Style in the UCS — Karl Pentzlin ( WG2 N3770,  L2/10-037)

    2010-05-04 Proposal to encode a punctuation mark "Double Hyphen" — Karl Pentzlin ( L2/10-162)

    2010-06-17 Oblique hyphen vs. Double Hyphen — Asmus Freytag ( L2/10-214)

    2010-07-29 Comments on the Public Review Issue #169 "Glyph Variation of Double Oblique Hyphen" — Karl Pentzlin ( L2/10-269)

    2010-09-28 Revised Proposal to encode a punctuation mark "Double Hyphen" — Karl Pentzlin ( WG2 N3917,  L2/10-361)

    2011-01-17 Revised Proposal to encode a punctuation mark "Double Hyphen" — German N.B. ( WG2 N3983,  L2/11-038)

    2011-02-02 Notes on the naming of some characters proposed in the FCD of ISO/IEC 10646:2012 — Karl Pentzlin ( WG2 N3984,  L2/11-057)

    2011-10-17 Proposal to encode a Low One Dot Leader in the UCS — Martin Schrage, Karl Pentzlin ( WG2 N4209,  L2/11-364)

    2012-04-27 Punctuation symbols — Mark Davis ( L2/12-146)

    2012-05-03 Request to correct the LineBreak.txt entry for U+2E3A TWO-EM DASH — Karl Pentzlin ( L2/12-170)

    2012-05-09 Proposal to encode SENTENCE SEPARATOR (NON-JOINER) and SENTENCE JOINER — Arle Lommel ( L2/12-119)

    2012-10-01 Revised Proposal to encode six punctuation characters introduced by Hervé Bazin in the UCS — Mykyta Yevstifeyev, Karl Pentzlin ( WG2 N4256,  L2/11-232)

    2013-09-23 Proposal to Encode a Slavonic Punctuation Mark in Unicode — Aleksandr Andreev, Yuri Shardt, Nikita Simmons ( L2/13-140)

    2013-10-06 LB Fix LB status for Floor/Ceiling characters — Mark Davis ( L2/13-184)

    2013-11-01 Expert Feedback on L2/13-140 SLAVONIC PARAGRAPHOS — Stephen Emmel, Jost Gippert ( L2/13-212)

    2013-11-21 Catalan MIDDLEDOT and UAX #31 — Joan Montané ( L2/13-239)

    2013-12-16 Precomposed punctuation proposal — Kirill Larionov ( L2/13-237)

    2013-12-16 Proposal to Encode a Slavonic Punctuation Mark in Unicode — Aleksandr Andreev, Yuri Shardt, Nikita Simmons ( L2/13-238)

    2014-02-04 Proposal to Encode a Slavonic Punctuation Mark in Unicode — Aleksandr Andreev, Yuri Shardt, Nikita Simmons ( WG2 N4534)

    2014-07-18 Proposal to encode GREEK BYZANTINE DOUBLE SUSPENSION MARK — Dumbarton Oaks (Joel Kalvesmaki) ( WG2 N4595.doc,  L2/14-157)

    2014-08-06 Proposal for the modification of the sample character layout of WAVE_DASH (U+301C) — Hiroyuki Komatsu ( WG2 N4606,  L2/14-198)

    2014-12-12 Short hyphen proposal — William G. Moore ( L2/14-302)

    2015-02-04 Line break property value of U+22EF MIDLINE HORIZONTAL ELLIPSIS — Peter Edberg ( L2/15-077)

    2015-07-29 Proposal to Encode some Additional Symbols used in Church Slavonic Text — Aleksandr Andreev, Yuri Shardt, Nikita Simmons ( L2/15-173)

    2015-10-31 Property Change for U+202F NARROW NO-BREAK SPACE (PRI #308 background) — UTC / Peter Edberg ( L2/15-295)

    UTC #146 Minutes ( L2/16-004) (See B.11.6.2 for decision and action items)

    2015-12-19 Proposal to add Medievalist punctuation characters — Michael Everson (editor), Peter Baker, Florian Grammel, Odd Einar Haugen (WG2 N4704,  L2/15-327)

    UTC #146 Minutes ( L2/16-004) (See C.5 for decision and action items)

    2016-07-30 Feedback and Evidence on Medievalist punctuation characters (L2/16‐125) — Deborah Anderson ( L2/16-219)

    UTC #148 Minutes ( L2/16-203) (See C.14.2 for decision and action items)

    2016-08-01 Proposal to encode MEDIEVAL COMMA — Michael Everson, Deborah Anderson, et al ( L2/16-220)

    UTC #148 Minutes ( L2/16-203) (See C.14.3 for decision and action items)

    2016-08-04 Proposal to encode PARAGRAPHUS and PUNCTUS ELEVATUS — Michael Everson, Deborah Anderson, et al ( L2/16-235)

    UTC #148 Minutes ( L2/16-203) (See C.14.4 for decision and action items)

    ContributorLorna Evans

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