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he Middle Ages was a time when the art of writing really came into its own. The demands of church and government administration as well as the birth of popular literature created a huge demand for written documents. Decorative manuscripts began to become popular with a wider audience, courts and governments required more and more record keeping, and troubador ballads and the writings of authors like Chaucer and Boccaccio created a market for literature among the growing middle lcass. All of this required new and better forms of writing, styles which were readable, consistent, efficient to produce, and sometimes decorative as well.


ur new Medieval Fonts and Art package features a selection of fonts and art based on designs from the Middle Ages, emphasizing the years from 1100 to 1400. The 25 fonts include versions of the major popular lettering styles of this period (Froissart, Offenbach, Cadeaulx, Textura Quadrata, etc) as well as more unsuual and decorative styles (Aneirin, Magdeburg, Roncesvalles), illuminated initials from the period (Arberth, Jongeleur, Fraticelli, etc.), and some special extras like Monumental Gothic and Ardenwood which combine illuminated letters and full regular character sets. lso included is our extraordinary set of fonts based on medieval tile designs by Owen Jones. The package includes a total of 25 unique fonts.

The collection includes much more than just a fine selection of fonts. It also features a selection of borders, frames and other decorative elements based on medieval designs. These decorations include designs by Evelyn Paul and Owen Jones based on medieval source material and ready to use in your designs. They give you everything you need to make an illuminated document with a true medieval look.

ll the fonts in this package are historically accurate and they are not available from any other source. The package is available for Windows or the MacOS, and includes both TrueType and Postscript fonts. The total price is only $79 for all the fonts. You can order our Medieval font and art collection directly for delivery on CD by phone from 1-800-797-8973, or you can purchase the package online - just - CLICK HERE TO ORDER
If you like this package look for our new Arthurian Fonts & Art collection coming soon.


Roncesvalles is based on samples of medieval calligraphy. It features a traditioanl lower case character set with unique decorative capital letters featuring unusual flourishes. You can download and try out Roncesvalles for either WINDOWS or MacOS Or you can purchase this font online and get it quickly by email, including all the alternate and additional characters - BUY IT NOW