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English: Glyph variants of Greek letter Epsilon in medieval and early modern minuscule handwriting, according to C. Faulmann, Schriftzeichen und Alphabete aller Zeiten und Völker, Wien 1880.
Date 14 August 2010
Source Own work, based on scan from Faulmann 1880 ( File:Das Buch der Schrift (Faulmann) 186.jpg, PD-old)
Author Fut.Perf.
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