... because they distinguish the letters from the otherwise identical и and ш ...
Thank you for the questions Maxim, here is what I take as standard Russian/Serbian italic form:Maxim Zhukov said:What an excellent book, Nikola. Thank you for sharing your lucky find.
I have two questions.
- What form of the italic l.c. г and ѓ you consider Russian, and why:
Wavy/curvaceous (‘mirrored s’-like)? or
Straight/stiff (‘dotless ı’-like)?
- Why the form of the ѓ used in that book should have been Russian?