This is the only comprehensive font of Etruscan and Early Italic languages. The letterforms reflect existing inscriptions in order to replicate accurately what appears on stone. For this reason, the font includes e.g. 16 variations of epsilon. 


The font has been used in Rex Wallace’s Zikh Rasna: A Manual of the Etruscan Language (Beech Stave Press, 2008), Michael Weiss’ Outline of the Historical and Comparative Grammar of Latin (Beech Stave Press, 2009), an exhibit on Early Italy at the Ashmolean, Oxford, on jewelry, and in various other academic publications.

Due to the excessive number of letterforms, the font is divvied into two fonts. Click here to download the font files and associated documents for free. In return, please send me a citation of your work with my font in it.