Greek


The Greek alphabet is a set of twenty-four letters that has been used to write the Greek language since the late 9th or early 8th century BC.

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A simple cotton bag to carry a couple of books. Eco friendly woven cotton, with long handles. Printed on one side only.

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November Slab is a functional, no-nonsense addition to a rational, utilitarian family inspired by street signage. Its blocky serifs create stable, robust letterforms that are surprisingly elegant in its thinnest variations, making it well suited for print purposes.
13 June 2018
A typeface that started a decade ago with a Cyrillic design finally gets its official Cyrillic version.
13 June 2018
October’s rounded strokes are inherent to the milling technique that inspired it.
13 December 2016
November is a rational, utilitarian typeface inspired by street signage. Unlike most signage types it also handles long texts with ease.
12 September 2016
A sophisticated handwriting font written with two pens, in two speeds, supporting Latin, Greek, Cyrillic and Hebrew scripts.
4 April 2016

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Born in 1967 in Athens, studied graphic design in Polytechnic College in Athens and then acquired Master of Arts (Graphic Fine Arts) from the Universi...

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Typotheque webfonts support all languages supported by their print versions. That’s over 200 languages, including those using Cyrillic, Greek and Arabic scripts.
Besides modern Greek, Typotheque Pro fonts also support Greek Polytonic, with the variety of diacritics used to write pre-reform and ancient Greek.
Typotheque fonts support 85 languages, however not every version of every font supports every language. For example if you use both English and Czech in a document, you need to use a version of the font which supports those two languages.
We offer two different kinds of Arabic fonts: Fedra AR (Arabic), which supports only the Arabic and Mac Roman sets; and Fedra Multiscript, which offers the same Arabic support plus full Latin (Western, Turkish, Central, Eastern European), Greek and Cyrillic.
We offer fonts primarily in OpenType format. OpenType is the only cross-platform format, i.e. the same file will work on both Macintosh and Windows computers.

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The difference between Typotheque's OpenType Std and Pro fonts is that Std fonts do not include Cyrillic and Greek characters. All other features in these fonts are identical.
Typotheque offers Multilingual Unicode Compliant Fonts in WGL4, and larger character sset supporting over 80 languages in standard Latin, Central European, Baltic, Turkish, Greek, Cyrillic, and Arabic encodings.