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Medieval Slavic Fonts


Free Unicode fonts for Slavists

  • Roman CyrillicStd. Unicode 5.1 font with almost 3500 characters. Works on PCs, Macs, and Linux. Designed by Sebastian Kempgen. Modern glyphs based on Times Roman. See Kodeks site for details.
  • Dilyana. Unicode 5.1 font designed by Ralph Cleminson. Works on PCs, Macs, and Linux. Black-letter glyphs. Also includes Glagolitic.
  • Kliment Std.. Unicode 5.1 TrueType font especially for Slavic Medievalists Designed by Sebastian Kempgen. Modern glyphs based on Times Roman, but with early letter forms. Works on PCs, Macs, and Linux. See Kodeks site for details.
  • Lazov. Originally designed by Rumjan Lazov and now maintained by David J. Birnbaum. Black-letter glyphs in a modern interpretation. Works on PCs, Macs, and Linux.
  • Menaion Medieval. Originally designed by Viktor Baranov and adapted for Unicode 5.1 by David J. Birnbaum. Works on PCs, Macs, and Linux.
  • BukyVede. a Unicode font for Slavic Medievalists, supporting OCS Cyrillic and Glagolitic. Works on Mac OS X and Windows. See Kodeks site for details.
  • MPH 2B Damase. Supports Cyrillic and Glagolitic.


Non-Unicode fonts


Windows


Macintosh

  • Slavist Fonts. Jake Jacobson's Cyril and Methodius for the Mac.

This page maintained by:
Andrew M. Drozd
University of Alabama
e-mail: adrozd@bama.ua.edu