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  • Didone (Modern) | Definition and Translations

    The Didones draw their name from Didot and Bodoni. Dating from the end of the 18th and the beginning of the 19th century, these designs have a strong contrast between stems and hairlines, a purely vertical stress and unbracketed, hairline serifs.


    Dutch: didonen
    French: didones (néo-classique)
    German: klassizistische Antiqua
    Italian: Moderni
    Spanish: didonas

    Ralf Herrmann By Ralf Herrmann ()
    Contributors: Alexis B. CAST

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