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Single Typefaces

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Available typefaces:

17C Print Pack

Bastard Secretary Hand

Chancery Hand

Common Pleas Hand

Formal Text Hand

Insular Minuscule Hand

Italic Hand

Rustic Capitals

Roman Cursive

Secretary Hand

Uncial

Written Square Capitals

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Roman Cursive

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This Single Typeface pack contains the Roman Cursive font.

[download] Download: 25   PC (OT only) | Mac (OT & ATT)   -

Typefaces are provided as immediate electronic downloads; but you can also choose to:

[usb]Include a copy of all of your font purchases on USB flashdrive (choose once at any stage of your order)   -

Important Note: The full character set can be accessed in any Windows or Macintosh application, but extra functionality is available with OpenType/AAT enabled applications. See advanced type for full details.

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Typeface display:

Display of the roman cursive
                typeface

Some of the extra historical characters provided:

Roman Cursive extra chars

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OpenType Features:

ornm unic hist frac hlig liga nalt dlig dlig dlig

AAT Features:

Standard Ligatures, Historical Forms, Historical Ligatures, Latin Abbreviations (general), Latin Abbreviations (specific), Latin runes, Alternative Letter Forms, Mathematical Symbols, Glyph Variants.

[OpenType Feature Key | Advanced Type Information]

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Historical note:

Roman Cursive refers to the type of writing made by using a stylus, chalk or charcoal to create cursive letter forms, as opposed to the formal inscriptional Square Capitals written or carved with a brush or chisel. The earliest examples come from graffiti in Pompeii and Herculaneum in the 1st Century AD, and on wooden tablets (Vindolanda, Britain) and pot sherds (Mons Claudanius, Egypt) from the 2nd Century. This early cursive writing represented the ordinary, general purpose hand used by Romans for at least the first three centuries AD (and maybe before then).