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NOTICE: If you wish to imitate more accurately in your electronic documents the Latin handwriting as it appears in medieval manuscripts, please visit the page entitled “Palaeographic fonts for Latin script” which I have created; there you will find information about the different Latin handwriting models and a collections of fonts (namely Capitalis Rustica, Capitalis Elegans, Uncialis, Insularis minuscula, Semiuncialis, Carolingia minuscula, Gothic Textura Quadrata, Humanistica antiqua ...
While Arial and Times New Roman fonts seem pretty traditional and conventional, a great variety of fonts, supporting Latin character map, in multiple appearances and designs are available to fit any type of document or a designing project. Latin alphabet as the backbone of any Latin font appeared many centuries ago. It is considered to have evolved from the western variant of ancient Greek alphabet.
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The Roman fonts are based on Greek alphabet’s western variations, first developed by the Etruscans who ‘borrowed’ ancient Greek fonts, and then the Romans who developed it and adjusted it to form the old Latin font. Some of the Roman characters sound differently today, others w lost or gained, and a variety of Roman style fonts appeared.
Ancient Roman styles Rustic capitals. The Latin and vernacular handwriting of western Europe descends in a nearly unbroken line to the present day from the 1st century ad. The script used throughout the Roman Empire for books and occasionally for formal documents is known as rustic capitals. The pen used to write this script was cut with a broad end and held so that its thickest strokes fell at an oblique, nearly perpendicular angle to the line of writing.
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