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  • Humanist (Venetian) | Definition and Translations

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    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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