So, for example, typing *bold* would give you bold and typing _italic_ would give you italic
While most readers will welcome that the work has been printed in English, the fact that it was written, edited, and typeset in the Netherlands has caused a few problems, such as this incomprehensible sentence: "About he [sic] same time, an anonymous punchcutter provided Gourmont with the first typecast Hebrew and was Gromors enabled a fresh Great-primer Roman and an Italic
on Long Primer" (p.
The JASON criteria are (italics
added by me): "A component's contribution to (1) maintaining U.S.
All editorial insertions appear in italics
. These are fictional embellishments used to tie together Deane's materials."
For example, Aldus Manutius was a "first-class business man" who developed italics
because he wanted to print the classics in smaller books and sell them.
In spite of the existence of various privileges obtained from the Venetian Republic and from the papacy in Rome covering both the editions and their new cancellaresca-style type, at least three printing houses had italic
type and were printing the very same, or the same sort of octavo editions of classical texts without commentary by the end of 1503.
Faunus Ancient Italic
rural deity whose attributes in classical Roman times were identified with those of the Greek god Pan.
Most reconstructed Iranian forms are set in roman, but most other Iranian proper nouns and most Iranian common nouns are set in italic
, whether transliterated or normalized.
An ancient non - Italic
race which established itself in northern Italy some time before the 7th century bc.
The Annals of Quintus Ennius and the Italic
It comes with rich font features such as bold, italic
, colours underline and it even recognises hyper links in the document.
Heirloom Artcraft (Thin, Thin Italic
, Book, Book Italic
, Demi Bold, Demi Bold Italic
, Black, Black Italic
) - perhaps the perfect book font, with elegant serifs that add readability and a slight swagger.