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Hello, as quite a few of you know, I have been working on religious and classical reprints recently. I am trying to find a good logo to put everything under at this point. I have a few ideas.
First, the proposed title of my little project is "Antiquae Litterae Foederi Arcae" or ALFA for short. This translates to "Time-honored Letters for the Ark of the Covenant."
The structure of the logo I have thought of so far is this: the letters ALFA in some kind of roman face in front of a light grey Fleur-de-lis (a traditional symbol of the Virgin Mary, the Trinity, and Christ). I am uncertain as to which face to use, or even if this idea is any good.
The project focuses on reproducing Latin-language classics, and some of the projects highest on the list include an edition (with long vowel notation) of the Aeneid and an edition of St. Augustine's Confessions - appropriate, I think, as Augustine admired greatly Vergil.