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○. MUFI: The Medieval Unicode Font Initiative

 
2. MUFI character recommendation (OEH)
3. MUFI fonts (OEH)
4. Medievalist proposals to Unicode (OEH)
5. LINCUA (OEH)
6. Board 2001–2015 (OEH)
7. Other Fonts & Projects (OEH)
8. Links (OEH)
9. Notes (TW)

(○. MUFI: The Medieval Unicode Font Initiative > 3. MUFI fonts)

3. MUFI fonts (OEH)

This page contains a list of fonts that comply with

(a) The Unicode Standard
(b) the allocation of characters in the Private Use Area of The Unicode Standard,
as specified in the MUFI character recommendation

Please note that the downloading of fonts on this site is entirely at each user's own risk.

To the best of our knowledge, no fonts on this page violate any copyright. Anyone who wishes to make a copyright claim should contact the type designer at the appropriate web sites or any of the MUFI contacts.

Contents

A. Fonts with extensive coverage of MUFI characters

  • Alphabetum ‑ MUFI v. 1.0 compatible, and a good, but not complete, coverage of MUFI v. 2.0 and v. 3.0.
  • Andron Scriptor Web ‑ MUFI v. 3.0 compatible.
  • Cardo ‑ MUFI v. 3.0 compatible.
  • Junicode ‑ MUFI v. 1.0 compatible, and a good, but not complete, coverage of MUFI v. 2.0 and v. 3.0.
  • LeedsUni ‑ MUFI v. 2.0 compatible.
  • Palemonas MUFI ‑ MUFI v. 3.0 compatible. All four styles!
  • Titus Cyberbit ‑ MUFI v. 1.0 compatible.

B. Fonts with limited coverage of MUFI characters

  • Lapidaria Menotec ‑ contains a selection of Old Norse characters.
  • DejaVu Menotec ‑ contains a selection of Old Norse characters, and several other code charts.

Hljóðs bið ek allar helgar kindir ...

This is the opening of stanza 1 of the eddic poem Völuspá, probably composed around 1000 AD, and extant in the Icelandic manuscript Codex Regius (GKS 2365 4to) from ca. 1270.

(expand subsections)

1. Alphabetum (OEH)

2. Andron Scriptor Web

3. Cardo

4. Junicode

5. LeedsUni (OEH)

6. Palemonas MUFI (OEH)

7. Titus Cyberbit (OEH)

8. Lapidaria Menotec (for Old Norse) (OEH)

9. DejaVu Menotec (for Old Norse) (OEH)

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