Etruscan supports up to 33 different languages such as English, Irish, and Basque in Latin and other scripts.
Please note that not all languages are available for all formats.
British designer Tim Donaldson created the lively typeface Etruscan in 1995. Based on Etruscan letters from ancient Italy, this unusual and condensed sans serif face whimsically mixes soft lowercase characters with more angular capitals. Etruscan brings light and airy classical form into contemporary documents, and a sunny Mediterranean flair and jollity into your projects.