contains a selection of charge-free fonts which allows reading, printing and
processing texts of published monuments adequately.
The section contains a selection of charge-free fonts which allows reading, printing and processing texts of published monuments adequately.
Post Script Type 1 fonts should be loaded, if Adobe Type Manager is installed on your computer (recommended):
Bookman Urum - (140 Kb)
Qypchaq Diacritic - QDiacPS1.zip (122 Kb) - contains diacritical marks which can follow any character. Special advantage of this our font is presence of specific characters and ligatures, used in "Codex Cumanicus" and Qypchaq written monuments XIII-XIV centuries. Actually, this font is conceived initially with a view of reprinting this monument, and was corrected in view of specificity of Turkic monuments written by Runic, Armenian, Arabian and other scripts.
SchoolBookCA - Scac-pfb.zip (198 Kb)
Times Urum New - TUrumPS1.zip (185 Kb)
Armenian fonts - Arm-ps1.zip (561 Kb)
Greek font Alpha00G - AlphaPS1.zip (60 Kb)
True Type Fonts should be loaded, if Adobe Type Manager is not installed on your computer:
Bookman Urum - BUrumttf.zip (84 Kb)
Qypchaq Diacritic - QDiacTTF.zip (107 Kb)
SchoolBookCA - Scac-ttf.zip (94 Kb)
Times Urum New - TUrumTTF.zip (141 Kb)
Armenian fonts - Arm-ttf.zip (346 Kb)
Greek font - Alpha00G - Alphattf.zip (60 Kb)
Two True Type fonts: Turkish Times New Roman - TuTimttf.ZIP (109 Kb), Vusillus Old Space, containing Latin, Greek and Jewish symbols with full scale of diacritical marks, - Vusilli.zip (74,5 Kb), and Greek font named are necessary in both cases.
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