GFS Complutum – A Greek font with a long history
GFS Complutum derives, via a long development, from a minuscule-only font cut in the 16th century. An unsatisfactory set of majuscules were added in the early 20th century, but its author died before he could complete the revival of the font. The Greek Font Society has released this version, which has a new set of majuscules.
The SIL Open Font License
George D. Matthiopoulos|
|Contained in||TeX Live as gfscomplutum|
|MiKTeX as gfscomplutum|
font for Greek (archaic, classical and modern)
font in OpenType format
font available in Adobe Type 1 format
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