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Linotype Trajanus™

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Linotype Trajanus™ font family

Designed by  Warren Chappell in 1940

Up to 1 Family / 1 Value Packs
Supports at least 56 languages (Com / OT TTF)

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Supports up to 67 languages.

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Supports up to 11 OpenType features.

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Warren Chappell named his typeface after the Roman Emperor Trajan (Marcus Ulpius Traianus, 53 - 117 AD), who ruled during the first and second century AD. Chappell chose this name as the capital letters in his design are based on the inscriptional letters found on the base of the famous Trajan Column in Rome. Trajanus' lowercase, like all lowercase letters, are not Roman per se, but rather evolved out of the Carolingian Minuscule style, which was devleoped during the reign of the Emperor Charlemagne (c. 800). Trajanus gives texts a classic, almost calligraphic feel.

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Linotype Trajanus Complete Family Pack

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