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  • Humanist (Venetian) | Definition and Translations

    The first Roman typefaces created during the 15th century by Venetian printers. These typefaces sought to imitate the formal hands found in the humanistic (renaissance) manuscripts of the time.

     

    Dutch: humanen
    French: les humanes
    German: venetianische Renaissance-Antiqua
    Italian: Veneziano/littera antiqua
    Spanish: Venecianas

    Ralf Herrmann By Ralf Herrmann ()
    Contributors: Fernando Díaz CAST



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