For paleo-Hebrew fonts, see this page.
These fonts follow the basic key-mapping of the BibleWorks™ Greek font, with a few exceptions. Each letter appears on the appropriate key both in the lower and upper case. A balance has been sought between using the letter forms most common to a particular inscription and showing the variety of letter forms that appear in it. In some cases this has proven particularly difficult due to the number of letters and shapes employed by an ancient scribe. If you have questions or suggestions for improving these fonts, you may contact the author at krisudd at gmail.com (replace “at” with @).