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Domitian

The Domitian fonts are a free and open-source OpenType font family, based on the Palatino design by Hermann Zapf (1918-2015), as implemented in Palladio, the version distributed as part of URW's free Core 35 PostScript fonts (2.0). Domitian is meant as a drop-in replacement for Adobe's version of Palatino. It extends Palladio with small capitals, old-style figures and scientific inferiors. The metrics have been adjusted to more closely match Adobe Palatino, and hinting has been improved.

Text example

Domitian example


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Usage

\usepackage{mathpazo}
\usepackage{domitian}
\usepackage[T1]{fontenc}
\let\oldstylenums\oldstyle

Style examples

\normalfont

Domitian example

\itshape

Domitian example

\scshape

Domitian example

\bfseries

Domitian example

Domitian number example

Oldstyle numbers

Domitian oldstyle number example

Ligatures, German double s, and other special characters

Domitian ligature example

Math example

Domitian math example

Font implementation

Domitian is available as Type 1.
Domitian is available as OpenType or TrueType.

Part of TeX Live?

Domitian is part of TeX Live.

Location at

fonts/domitian

Last update of this page

2020-02-27