The Iliad of Homer, The University of Chicago Press
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Considering the incredible amount of work put into Cancelleresca Bastarda, it’s really sad how little use it’s had. I’m glad to see it got even a little bit of love here.
The only really extensive user of it I know of is Stanbrook Abbey Press, a private artistic press owned by an English Catholic nunnery. This article on their work (also: bonus awful joke-sorry) could be a Fonts in Use post in itself.
As the cover image shows, the translator’s first name was “Richmond,” not “Richard,” as your article has it.
Thanks, Jared! It’s fixed now.