The NeoHellenic style evolved in academic circles in the 19th and 20th century; the present font follows a cut commissioned from Monotype in 1927. The present version was provided by the Greek Font Society.
The font supports both Greek and Latin characters, and has been adjusted to work well with the cmbright fonts for mathematics support. LaTeX support of the fonts is provided, offering OT1, T1 and LGR encodings.
The authors are Antonis Tsolomitis and The Greek Font Society.
License: other-free Version dated: 2013-10-23 Catalogued: 2014-05-02