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Robert Pfeffer

Dr. Robert Pfeffer (Giessen, Germany) specializes in old German and Germanic philology fonts. His mostly free typefaces include:

  • The two Latin fonts Pfeffer Simpelgotisch and Pfeffer Mediaeval are typefaces of the European Middle Ages. Pfeffer Simpelgotisch is a textura typeface. Pfeffer Mediaeval depicts a Carolingian minuscule.
  • Some gothic (Wulfilan) alphabet fonts: Silubr (based on the uncial script of the Codex Argenteus), Ulfilas (a serif font designed to satisfy the requirements of modern typography), Skeirs (a sans serif font intended above all for screen display), Midjungards (following the style of J.R. Tolkien's Elven script Tengwar), Pfeffer Mediaeval.
  • Runic alphabets: see Skeirs and Pfeffer Mediaeval.

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file name: Robert Pfeffer Midjungards 2013


file name: Robert Pfeffer Midjungards 2013b


file name: Robert Pfeffer Pfeffer Mediaeval 2010


file name: Robert Pfeffer Pfeffer Mediaeval 2010a


file name: Robert Pfeffer Pfeffer Mediaeval 2010b


file name: Robert Pfeffer Pfeffer Mediaeval 2010c


file name: Robert Pfeffer Pfeffer S Ghalbfett 2011


file name: Robert Pfeffer Pfeffer Simpelgotisch 2011


file name: Robert Pfeffer Pfeffer Simpelgotisch Halbfett 2011


file name: Robert Pfeffer Silubr 2009


file name: Robert Pfeffer Silubr 2009a


file name: Robert Pfeffer Skeirs


file name: Robert Pfeffer Ulfilas 2009


file name: Robert Pfeffer Ulfilas 2009b


file name: Robert Pfeffer Ulfilas Kursiv 2009







Luc Devroye ⦿ School of Computer Science ⦿ McGill University Montreal, Canada H3A 2K6 ⦿ lucdevroye@gmail.com ⦿ http://luc.devroye.org ⦿ http://luc.devroye.org/fonts.html