True Type and Open Type versions of the same font. Based on medieval inscriptions, this alphabet has no K, U (v is used for u), W, Y or Z, and no numbers (use letters for Roman numerals). The font includes both I and J, but for this period, the "J" is not really a j -- it is an alternate i usually used after another i, most often in Roman numerals (MCXIIJ) but sometimes in Latin plurals that would have two i's (genij).
Lisbjerg font— Created in by
Listemageren 1998 - firstname.lastname@example.org - OT-version 2009.
Version 1.000;PS 001.001;hotconv 1.0.38