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PB Carolingian Xc Font

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PB Carolingian XcDesigner: Paweł Burgiel
Publisher: Paweł Burgiel
PB Carolingian Xc was designed by Paweł Burgiel and published by Paweł Burgiel. PB Carolingian Xc contains 1 style.  

PB Carolingian Xc is a font face designed for imitate Carolingian minuscule (from the region of the German southeastern scribal schools) found in 10th century manuscripts.

All characters are handwritten by use ink and quill pen, scanned, digitized and optimized for best quality without lost its handwritten visual appearance. Character set support codepages: 1250 Central (Eastern) European, 1252 Western (ANSI), 1254 Turkish, 1257 Baltic. Include also additional characters for Cornish, Danish, Dutch and Welsh language, spaces (M/1, M/2, M/3, M/4, M/6, thin, hair, zero width space etc.), historical characters (overlined uppercase Roman numerals, many mediaeval abbreviations, d-rotunda, r-rotunda, I-longa, e-caudata, historical ligatures for "nomina sacra") and wide range of ancient punctuation.

OpenType TrueType TTF (.ttf) font file include installed OpenType features: Access All Alternates, Localized Forms, Fractions, Ordinals, Superscript, Tabular Figures, Proportional Figures, Case-Sensitive Forms, Stylistic Alternates, Contextual Alternates, Stylistic Set 1-11, Historical Forms, Historical Ligatures, Standard Ligatures. Include also kerning as single 'kern' table for maximum possible backwards compatibility with older software. Historical ligatures for additional glyphs are mapped to Private Use Area codepoints. OpenType features automatically exchange some default glyphs by stylistic alternates and create ligatures for better historical appearance.

Font Family: PB Carolingian Xc Regular

Tags: abbreviation, abbreviations, ancient, caroline, carolingian, d-rotunda, e-caudata, handwriting, handwritten, historic, historical, i-longa, manuscript, mediaeval, medieval, minuscule, nomina sacra, paleography, pen, percontativus, punctus, quill pen, r-rotunda, roman numerals, rum-rotunda, tironian sign

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