Entering SBL Transliteration Signs
When you need to transliterate Hebrew and Greek it’s not always obvious how to enter some of the more unusual signs. Here is a list of these signs from the transliteration recommended by the SBL Handbook of Style (p. 25–29). I am leaving out those that are easy to type (a for α, b for β, g for ג, etc).
Remember that not all fonts have all the signs. For more on this and how to enter unicode signs see Entering NT criticism signs. Just as I do for textual criticism signs, to enter transcription signs I create shortcuts in TextExpander.
In Unicode, Hebrew is mostly in the range 05B0 to 05F4, Greek 1F00 to 1FFE.