What is the Alexandria font?
Alexandria is the first of the non-Russian fonts I created. It is a Coptic font, inspired by a brush script from Egypt’s Hellenic period and a Coptic font designed by Peter J Gentry, a professor of Old Testament.
The Copts are Egyptian Christians, and their spoken language is a dialect of ancient Egyptian. Their letters, however, are Hellenized and resemble the Greek Alphabet and do not have any relationship to hieroglyphics. More…
Alexandria comes with full punctuation, a character set for most Western European Latin alphabet languages, and a Modern Greek character set. Being a decorative font, it works best at larger point sizes.
Alexandria Font families
The Alexandria includes the following font families:
- Alexandria Italic
- Alexandria Bold
- Alexandria Bold Italic
Here is a preview of how Alexandria will look. For more previews using your own text as an example, click here.