I've seen many fonts that use adscript iotas in compound glyphs (Ai, Hi, etc.) but there are many others that use it as a subscript, under the main character glyph. Wikipedia says that the adscript is preferred for epigraphy, paleography or other philological contexts blah blah blah...
I ask to the people that know best the language: greek people. Which one is really preferred in Greece? Adscript iotas or subscript iotas? I think they both look nice but I'm not greek, just a guy making a font.
Thanks in advance!

Hey guys,

So this is a set that i found in my letterpress lab at school, and it is labeled "adscript"
and since I can't find it anywhere I am sure that it was just a general name for it.

Does anyone recognize this font?

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