gfs-pyrsos-fonts - A 20th century italic Greek typeface

License: OFL
Vendor: Alcance Libre, Inc.
This typeface first appeared in the late 20s and was used as an alternative
italic type to the most commonly used Greek italics at the time, coming from
Germany (Leipsig). The name commemorates the edition of the Greek encyclopædia
Pyrsos (1927-1933) from which the types were taken.

The font was digitally designed by George D. Matthiopoulos and is freely
available by GFS.

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