(x) Pagana "SuperFag" - (similar to) San Marco {Kent}

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Can you recognize this font ? One of his name is pagana .
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Sorry!
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kentlew's picture

I've never heard of Pagana, but Karlgeorg Hoefer's San Marco is a similar Rotunda style blackletter.

-- K.

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Thanks a million for your answer, Kent. This font comes from a Silicone Graphics Computer wich works on unix systems. In my own opinion, the name of the font is one alias. Pagana comes from Latin language and is directly opposite to the word Christian, historically I mean.

I'm a creative graphic designer, and i'm searching for a friend of mine, wich is also freelance in the field. He's trying to find this font for redability on Mac platform.

Philippe.

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> Pagana comes from Latin language and is directly opposite to the word Christian

Wait a second. Then how come your Christmas was changed from January 6 to Saturnalia (December 24 - or is it 25, I always forget) at the Council of Chalcedon in 451? :-)

hhp

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Ah, ah, fine answer. But the right word is paganus. It means peasant. In french we have a word that comes directly from paganus : paganisme. It may reference to the firsts times of the Christian era : the firsts christians use that word to describe the peasants who still idolizing olds gods. 'Historically' may be used here in a subtle degree : the world have billions and billions of differents significances of history vision. In fact there exists no word to opposite to paganisme.

My mother language is french, and if you know it, french is full of fines subtleties. I opposite the word

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