dmsmith555 at yahoo.com
Thu Jun 19 15:11:27 MST 2008
Chris Little wrote:
> Peter von Kaehne wrote:
>> I found this image file which is quite interesting:
>> Look at the behaviour of the S - begin and inside words it looks like a
>> f, but at the end it looks like an s.
> Long s (ſ U+017F) still appears today as the left half of the letter ß,
> which comes from a ligature of ſ and z (or ʒ).
There is a representation of the Luther 1545 text that has place holder
(i.e. @) for this character ſ (U+017F):
For example: http://enominepatris.com/biblia/biblia/B040K005.htm
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