One of my favorite typefaces these days is the Linux Libertine/Biolinum family. The serif Linux Libertine and the sans serif Linux Biolinum family is a set of fonts in a more complete array than one normally gets in a free package. Including the typical roman (yes, it is lower case), bold, and italic, you get
- Slanted (or Oblique)
The John¹ Burbank Descendants family sketch I posted some years ago uses the Linux Libertine typeface fonts roman, Capitals, and Slanted. The Display and Initials fonts are for other uses than usually found in genealogical text. The Display can be used as titling, for instance, and the Initials for decorative touches.
Despite their name, Linux …, they are universally usable Unicode typefaces. You can use them as defaults on a Windows 10/11 machine. For more information, see the Wikipedia page about them.
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