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The terms of the license are actually a bit puzzling, but I think it's safe to say that if you keep electronic documents for yourself using both Greek and Latin scripts, this might be a useful font to have around: "The Brill" Typeface
Normally I'm an "all Gentium all the time" guy, but I expect to slough off this mortal coil before there is ever a bold Greek face for that family.
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fonts are another collection of similarly useful fonts. They're open source, and they have full support for the Latin and Greek alphabets, as well as IPA and a whole bunch more. Plus I think they look really nice.
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