Who invented Times New Roman?

Answer Victor Lardent designed Times New Roman for London's "The Times" newspaper. He did the original drawings under the direction of Stanley Morison, who was interested in font legibility and economy. T... Read More »

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What did they call men and women in Roman times?

Romans spoke Latin. Latin words for man include "vir," "compleo" and "homo hominis." Vir was associated with heroism and remains at the root of English words such as "virtue" and "virile." Latin wo... Read More »

What kind of font is times new roman?

Times New Roman font is a serif font. A serif font has "feet" on the ends of the letters. The font was first used in 1932. This font is found in books, magazines, newspapers, legal documents and ot... Read More »

Who invented the roman arch?

The Roman arch was invented by the ancient Romans, and was developed for use as supports for the famous "aquaducts" that supplied many Roman cities with fresh mountain water. The Roman arch became ... Read More »

Is Times New Roman a serif or sans serif font?

Times New Roman is a serif font available on Windows and most Macintosh computers. Times New Roman is Microsoft's version of Times, a font originally designed for newspaper columns. Serif fonts hav... Read More »