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Stabia Font

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StabiaDesigner: Olcar Alcaide
Publisher: Eurotypo
Developed by Olcar Alcaide, Stabia is a serif typeface family. This typeface has 10 styles and was released by Eurotypo.

Stabia is a multi-purpose typeface with large wedge-angular serifs. It is delicate and highly legible at very small sizes but reveals all its strength and character when used at big sizes. The contrast of the sharped serifs offers a fresh and really contemporary look.

The family has 5 weights, ranging from Light to Black (including italics) and is preferably fit for marketing and product packaging, book text, editorial and publishing, logo and branding, little text in addition to web and epub.
Stabia provides sophisticated typographical assistance with functions such as ligatures, small capitals, alternate characters, case-sensitive kinds, portions, and super- and subscript characters.

It includes a complete variety of figure set alternatives-- oldstyle and lining figures, each in tabular and proportional widths. As well as Latin-based, the typeface family also supports Central European languages.

Stabiae was an ancient Roman town, located close to the modern-day town of Castellammare di Stabia around 4.5 km southwest of Pompeii. According to the account written by his nephew, Pliny the Senior was at the other side of the bay in Misenum when the Mount Vesuvius eruption began. He travelled by galley ship across the bay, partly to observe the eruption more carefully, and partially to rescue people from the coast near the volcano. Pliny died at Stabiae the following day, most likely throughout the arrival of the sixth and largest pyroclastic surge of the eruption triggered by the collapse of the eruption plume.

Font Family:
· Stabia Light
· Stabia Light Italic
· Stabia Book
· Stabia Italic Book
· Stabia Regular
· Stabia Italic
· Stabia Bold
· Stabia Bold Italic
· Stabia Black
· Stabia Italic Black

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