Is there an Unicode code point for umlauts marked with a small e instead of a diaresis? [closed]

The original way to denote an umlaut in German was to write a small e on top of the umlauted letter, like in the second row of the image below. Is this form of the umlaut availabe via Unicode? In LaTeX, you can use the package `yfonts` and then the command `\*` to get such an umlaut, but I am not sure whether there is a regular codepoint for letters umlauted this way.

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closed as off topic by Caramdir, Gonzalo Medina, Lev Bishop, lockstep, Joseph Wright♦Jun 8 '11 at 7:45

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`a`+ `U+0364 COMBINING LATIN SMALL LETTER E` = aͤ. Font support is another question. – Caramdir Jun 7 '11 at 18:59
Wow. At least with linux libertine, it works. Thank you! – FUZxxl Jun 7 '11 at 19:06