FS Rome Regular Font is a one-weight, all-caps typeface inspired by the inscription on Trajan’s Column, a Roman triumphal column in Rome, Italy.
The column was erected in AD 113 to commemorate the emperor Trajan’s victory in the Dacian Wars. The font was created by Jason Smith, a college student who copied the stone lettering from the cast on display in London’s Victoria & Albert Museum.
It is a serif font with a wide, upright letterform. The serifs are short and slightly curved, and the terminals are squared off. The font has a strong presence and is well-suited for use in headlines, titles, and logos.
FS Rome Regular is a versatile font that can be used in a variety of contexts. It is a good choice for use in branding, advertising, and packaging. It can also be used for creating a sense of authority or tradition.
|Font Name:||FS Rome Regular Font Family|
|Style:||Classic, Serif, Display|
|File Format:||TTF, OTF|
|License:||Free For Use|
|Files:||FS Rome Regular (Truetype, Opentype)|
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This font is appropriate for different types of logo designs for companies, profiles, websites, and official projects. Mostly all higher brands use this typography for their organization’s logos designs. Because of its cohesive look and modern style, this typeface is well suitable for logos. This font is useable in magazine design, digital printing, and titling purposes.
Some free serif display fonts are shared at Font XS. Which are completely free to use.