Alverata is an inscriptional serif typeface designed by Dutch type designer Gerard Unger. It was published through TypeTogether in 2014. The design is a modern take on the Romanesque inscriptional capitals of the eleventh and twelfth centuries. There are three distinct styles of Alverata available—regular, informal and irregular—that vary in shape and width. There is also a PanEuropean (PE) version available that supports Greek and Cyrillic. Although it is available on Typekit, I’m yet to see Alverata used much on the web.
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