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As far as my understanding of the Danish language goes
The person who copied Tycho's recipe (Peter Payngk, or maybe an assistant of his), used Antiqua writing when naming the preparation's ingredients, and a contemporary current hand, when detailing the instructions. My font is mostly based on the Antiqua parts of the manuscript.
A major Update has been going on, for the 2010 version. The l and t have been reworked, to sit on the line now. Three alternate characters
The list of alternate characters has changed in 2010. These are now:
The pair of winged beasts on the micro sign was inspired by a detail from a very elaborate Lombardic initial.
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_a e i o u
Opening paragraph of the novel The Master And Margarita by Michail A. Bulgakov;
English translation © Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokhonsky.
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