U+FB06, st
[unassigned: U+FB07–U+FB12]

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A stylistic ligature in use in Latin New Roman Cursive in the 4th century and retained in Carolingian minuscule in the 8th century.

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(mixed case St, upper case ST)

  1. a ligature of the letters st, with a “belt” drawn between the upper-right terminus of the ‘s’ and the top of the ascender of the ‘t’; compare

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  • Their Hands Before Our Eyes: A Closer Look at Scribes by M.B. Parkes, 2008. →ISBN