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Adscript (from Lat. ad, on or to, and scribere, to write) means something written after, as opposed to subscript which means A laborer was called an "adscript of the soil" (adscriptus glebae) when he could be sold or transferred. — “Adscript - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org
This is still the most common convention today, although over the past few decades, many editors have preferred to reinstate the iota as an adscript. Others take a mixed approach, using the adscript for capitals, but the subscript for lower case letters.  See also. Greek diacritics. — “Iota adscript - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org
Is adscript really a mixed approach? I thought that that capitals were always written with diacritics preceding and subscripts following and that the inclusion of subscripted capitals in some newer unicode fonts was a mistake (see here)--Lo2u 22:34, 1 June 2006 (UTC). — “Talk:Iota adscript - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org