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Version 2.0

The Kerkis Font Family has now reached version 2.0. This version adds full polytonic support for Greek plus greek numerals in all shapes and all series. In addition to this we give a preliminary version of KerkisSans. Kerkis is based on URW Bookman freely distributed with many TeX systems.

KerkisSans is based on a free version of AvantGard found around the Internet. Both Kerkis and

KerkisSans greatly extend the amount of glyphs of their predecessors.

Kerkis provides the following series/shapes:

- Roman and Italic
- Bold and BoldItalic
- SemiBold and SemiBoldItalic
- Small Capitals for the Roman
- Small Capitals for the Bold
- Calligraphic

- Roman and Italic
- Bold and Italic
- Small Capitals for the Roman

In this pages we will give instructions for LaTeX and X11 (Kerkis is now included in Mandrake-Linux). The fonts can also work with GNU-groff please check the pages of Professor Robert Goulding at Princeton University here

*License: *

The Copyright of the fonts belongs to the The Department of Mathematics of
the
University
of
the Aegean, Karlobasi, Samos, Greece

If you want to use this font family in commercial work (like in
books)
you *must* include in the Copyright section the fact that you are using
"Kerkis
(C) Department of Mathematics, University of the Aegean".

The Copyright of the Babel package and it's greek option must still be respected.

The Copyright of kerkis.sty belongs to A. Syropoulos and A. Tsolomitis.

Click on the next links for instructions for LaTeX or X11

The OTF version was kindly contributed by Andreas Nikolaidis.

Antonis Tsolomitis

Univirsity of the Aegean

Department of Mathematics

83200 Karlovassi, Samos

Greece

`atsol [at] aegean.gr`

January 2003

Univirsity of the Aegean

Department of Mathematics

83200 Karlovassi, Samos

Greece

January 2003