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The Greek font used in volumes 1-8 is a euro-compatible adaptation of WinGreek produced by Alec McAllister (University of Leeds Information Systems Services). WinGreek was originally created by Peter J. Gentry and Andrew M. Fountain, who retain ownership of the copyright in it. Leeds International Classical Studies gratefully acknowledges their permission to use this copyright material.

From volume 9, IFAO-Grec Unicode has also been used. IFAO-Grec Unicode is issued free of all rights by the Institut français d’archéologie orientale. It was conceived by Jean-Luc Fournet, and the Unicode version is the work of Ralph Hancock. Adam Bülow-Jacobsen helped in various ways.

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