I think it's just a standard Unicode encoding and can support various fonts. The style code lists Palatino Linotype, Gentium, Vusillus Old Face, Code2000, Arial Unicode MS, TITUS Cyberbit Basic, Athena, Cardo. All of these have been around for quite a while, so the page may have been created at a time when font interoperability was poorly understood..Iver Larsen wrote:Do you know which font is used at that link? I cannot read it in my browser. Also it seems to end at capter 68.
Sorry, I posted a link to the First Apology (which quotes the same Genesis passage but with Μωυσῆς ... εἶπεν), not the Dialogue, the former indeed having 68 chapters. The Dialogue is at: http://khazarzar.skeptik.net/books/just ... yphong.htm
Yes, and neither is Judah the name of a book/scroll for Justin, Diag. 120.3.Iver Larsen wrote:These examples have the definite article except if the name is also the name of the book like David. The article is not present in Rom 11:2 and Elijah is not the name of a book/scroll. This bothers me.