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Diocletian

Fortiter in re, suaviter in modo.

Diocletian typeface captures the essence and glory of the Diocletian’s palace, one of the most imposing heritages of the late Roman empire. It is designed to bring the confidence and fortune to contemporary communication in a heroic and gentle manner.

Diocletian typeface is based on the Uncial script, made up of wide, rounded letters. It is desirable for cafes, restaurants, shops, hotels and apartments. The typeface’s x-height is around 76% of its capitals. The font is enriched with ligatures and special characters.

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Designer: Marin Šantić
Released: July, 2017
Category: Contemporary Uncial
Styles: 2
Number of glyphs: 504
OT Features: aalt, case, ccmp, dlig, frac, kern, liga, mark, ordn, salt, ss01
Available formats: otf, ttf, woff, woff2

Fortune of the ancient Roman empire.
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