Diglû consists of 440 characters and 404 pictograms developed for the analysis and mediation of archaeological finds. It was developed as a research project of the Swiss National Fund for Scientific Research as a part of the doctoral thesis of Fabienne Kilchör.
A Unicode standard focused on one specific area of application.typeface designed with 6 weights and 844 pictographic symbols Diglû is a substantial subset of the
Diglû will be made available through the independent type foundry Extraset.ch, where other pictograms serving different niches will be developed.
- Diglû on Behance and Emphase.ch
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