About Pfeffer Mediæval Gothic Font
PFEFFER MEDIÆVAL inter alia comprises a character set for Gothic, inclusive of upper- and lowercase letters. Note that this—just as little as in Ulﬁlas, Skeirs and Midjungards—is not a historic occurrence of the Gothic script. When Carolingian minuscule emerged about 800 A.D., the Visigothic kingdom in Spain had long since succumbed to the Arab onslaught. Hence, a vivid Gothic oral or literal culture had ceased to exist in Europe at least since 711 A.D. The Gothic character set of Pfeffer Mediæval is rather meant as a hypothetic reconstruction of what Gothic literature might have looked like if it still had been in bloom.