Fedorovsk Unicode is designed to mimick the typeface used by Ivan Fedorov, who produced some of the first printed books in Moscow. It is intended primarily for reproducing publications from that era, either in an academic setting, or as modern Old Rite liturgical texts. The original Fedorovsk typeface was designed by Nikita Simmons; the font was then reencoded for Unicode by Aleksandr Andreev.
The current version of Fedorovsk Unicode is Version 3.0 (public release)
Design: Aleksandr Andreev and Nikita Simmons.
License: SIL OPEN FONT LICENSE
Limitations: Liability Warranty
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