This is a mirror of David J. Perry's Cardo font, a Bembo-inspired font which is useful for scholars.
The following Unicode ranges are included (complete coverage unless otherwise noted):
- Basic Latin
- Latin-1 Supplement
- Latin Extended-A
- Latin Extended-B (selected characters for European languages)
- IPA Extensions
- Spacing Modifier Letters
- Combining Diacritical Marks
- General Punctuation (selected characters)
- Superscripts and Subscripts
- Latin Extended Additional (selected characters)
- Greek and Coptic
- Greek Extended
- Alphabetic Presentation Forms (Armenian characters omitted)
- Miscellaneous Technical (selection including metrical characters)
- Supplemental Punctuation (New Testament critical signs, ancient editorial signs, etc.)
- Miscellaneous Symbols (signs of the zodiac etc.)
- Old Italic
- Ancient Greek Numbers
- Ancient Greek Musical Notation
There are also many additional Unicode characters that are useful for scholars, such as double brackets, angle brackets, etc. that come from different areas of Unicode.
Cardo also contains the following glyphs in the Private Use Area (i.e., they are not a part of the Unicode standard but may be useful to scholars or to those who want high-quality typography):
- text figures (also known as old-style numerals)
- a complete set of true small capitals
- additional Latin ligatures (Th, ct, several with long s)
- additional ancient Greek symbols and characters
Copyright (c) 2004–2010, David J. Perry, with Reserved Font Name Cardo.
This Font Software is licensed under the SIL Open Font License, Version 1.1.
LICENSE file for details.