An article by Dr. Bimala Churn Law, summing up the research of the order in which different parts of the Pali Canon were formed.
Contains information about Pali language textbooks, how to handle Pali diacritical marks on computers, and where to obtain Pali fonts.
Edited by George P. Malalasekera, London, 1937-38.
This comprehensive reference covers all proper names one will find in the Pali canon and primary commentaries. It provides sufficient information to place each proper name - physically (or mythicly) for place names, in time and school of thought for individuals. It provides the references to the source material, and etymologies where appropriate.
Presents Pali alphabet, with sound files for all the letters.
Easily downloaded fonts in CSX+ (Courier, New Century Schoolbook, Times) and Times-Norman. Instructions for installation are included.