Let’s present you the Praetorian font, a Roman serif typeface that was loosely created after the Roman squire capitals used in ancient Rome. It has lowercase letters which are fictitious variations of their uppercase letter case. However, some of the letters like the B and M were taken respectively from Russian and Greek alphabets. This font family comes in a huge set of 19 styles from regular to Expanded Italic ExpandedItalic.
The designer of this amazing roman serif typeface is a notable typeface foundry named Sharkshok. It was specially designed for video games purposes, action movie posters, book covers, and logos. You may use particularly its uppercase letters but it is highly discouraged while using its lowercase letters. It’s recommended to use lowercase letters sparingly as a compliment to uppercase letters.
In addition, the font family has unique glyphs, many alternatives, multilingual support, texture ligatures, swashes, and glimpse that would be suitable in any type of design and text design. You can download this amazing typeface for all your operating systems and programs. Its free version is only for your personal use and you must purchase its license for commercial purposes.
Usage of Praetoria Font
This typeface shows that well be suited for video games, sic-fic movies posters, and book covers but you can also place this amazing typeface in other various designing places such as banners, greeting and invitation cards, photographs, emblems, branding projects, product packaging t-shirt designs, social media posts, advertising, brochure layouts, website templates, and Powerpoint presentations.
It has amazing textures and a soft look, so it is good to be used for headlines and titles as well as short or lengthy paragraphs. It can be also utilized for many office tasks such as general reports, invoices, records, letterheads, resumes, post descriptions, and many more. You can also create amazing newspaper headings and product titling with the use of this typeface.
Praetoria Font Family View
|File Format||OTF, TTF|
|License||Free For Personal Use|
This font is free from all the restrictions and licenses while using for any personal use. But if you need to utilize this for your commercial then it is strictly prohibited without its paid license which can be purchased from any reliable website.
Praetoria Font Family (Includes 19 Typeface)
- Praetorian Regular
- Praetorian 3D Regular
- Praetorian Gradient Regular
- Praetorian Laser Regular
- Praetorian 3D Italic Italic
- Praetorian Bold Bold
- Praetorian Bold Expanded Bold Expanded
- Praetorian Bold Expanded Italic Bold Expanded Italic
- Praetorian Bold Italic Bold Italic
- Praetorian Condensed Condensed
- Praetorian Condensed Italic Condensed Italic
- Praetorian Expanded Expanded
- Praetorian Expanded Italic Expanded Italic
- Praetorian Gradient Italic Italic
- Praetorian Italic Italic
- Praetorian Laser Italic Italic
- Praetorian Leftalic Italic
- Praetorian Semi-Italic Semi-Italic
- Praetorian Super-Italic Italic
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Praetoria Font Free Download
We offer you a free version of this typeface that you can use in all your personal and non-commercial projects. You will need to get the font by clicking on the below download button.
FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions)
What type of font is Praetoria font?
This is an excellent serif titling typeface and it was loosely designed after the Roman squire capitals utilized in olden Rome. It was designed and shared by Sharkshock.
Can I use Praetoria font for commercial use?
This typeface is also free for personal use like some other serifs but for commercial purposes please contact the font author.
What is the closest font to Praetoria?
You can find many typefaces that share some similarities with this typeface like Athelas Font. However, Forum font is the closest font to this typeface due to its same features and styles.
Where can we use Praetoria font?
This typeface is specially created for video games, film posters, and magazine covers but it is also great for headlines and titling as well as card designs, logos, webpages, banners, brochures, brands, product packaging, and much more.