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cks Chrieng (2004), designed thanks to Dr. Michel Antelme, khmerologist at inalco, stems from a classical script model, comparable to Garamond's typefaces for the latin writing. 'Chrieng' is the name of this kind of script in comparison with another style more contrasted and visual widely used nowadays for shop signs; the Mul. CKS Chrieng is used to set scientific books or research publications like Siksacakr.

CKS Chrieng  -  Basic Characters Set (consonants and feet)

CKS Chrieng  -  Basic Characters Set (vowels, isolated vowels, figures and miscellaneous)

CKS Chrieng  -  Text

CKS Chrieng  -  A word in khmer mixing consonant & vowel

CKS Chrieng for David Chandler's A History of Cambodia


CKS Chrieng for David Chandler's A History of Cambodia

CKS Chrieng for David Chandler's A History of Cambodia

— cks Chrieng | Custom work for CKS  | supervision Dr. Michel Antelme 

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