Amiri Font ========== Amiri is a classical Arabic typeface in Naskh style for typesetting books and other running text. Amiri is a revival of the beautiful typeface pioneered in early 20th century by [Bulaq Press]  in Cairo, also known as Amiria Press, after which the font is named. The uniqueness of this typeface comes from its superb balance between the beauty of Naskh calligraphy on one hand, the constraints and requirements of elegant typography on the other. Also, it is one of the few metal typefaces that were used in typesetting the Koran, making it a good source for a digital typeface to be used in typesetting Koranic verses. Amiri project aims at the revival of the aesthetics and traditions of Arabic typesetting, and adapting it to the era of digital typesetting, in a publicly available form. Amiri is a free and open source project that everyone is encouraged to use and modify. Amiri is avialable under the terms of [Open Font License] , see the included license file for more details. Latest version of the Amiri font can be optained from its web site: > http://amirifont.org : http://www.bibalex.org/bulaqpress/en/bulaq.htm "The Bulaq Press" : http://scripts.sil.org/OFL "The Open Font License"
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amiri – A classical Arabic typeface, Naskh style
This is a beta-release of the font, though it is believed to be largely usable. (The author retains the right to make incompatible changes in the future.)
The font covers the Arabic and Arabic Supplement blocks of Unicode 6.0, which means it essentially covers any language written in Arabic script and supported by Unicode.
|License||The SIL Open Font License|
|Contained in||TeX Live as amiri|
|MiKTeX as amiri|
documentation in and support for typesetting Arabic
font available in TrueType format