This font IS NOT really an historical one. It is an exercise attempting to give an idea of what was the ancient Roman’s manual types. It was inspired from different patterns in use circa 100’s to 300’s by Latin scriptors for writing documents and/or books (using calamus and Ink on papyrus or a pointed metal stick on wax tablets).
We have created the font as to be adapted for contemporary users, making difference between U and V, I and J, which has not any relevance for ancient Latin scribes, and naturally with Thorn, Oslash, Lslash, W, Y… and usual accented characters who was no more existing by the time. A lot of titlings and contextual alternates completes the set.