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I'm looking for a font that emulates the text in old scholarly journals. Here are a few examples of what I mean:
ok, so...I am writing an article on
Anthropomorphism & Zoomorphism of Typography
I have a loose outline with some themes & concepts I'd like to touch on.
I want to get some feedback, good & bad.
Here is what I have.
"The next time you are choosing a font for a project or even if you are considering the next font you'd like to sketch and eventually develop, consider the anthropomorphic qualities of your characters.
Anthropomorphism is the implication and application of human characteristics applied to a tangible object, theme or ideal.
Zoomorphism: the implication and application of animal characteristics applied to a tangible object, theme or ideal.
Can anyone help me identify this font? It's used in an article in Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, published by Elsevier, though I'm not sure if it's used throughout Elsevier or just this article.
(Higher-quality example attached)