Bouletee typeset appeared in byzantine manuscripts during the 10th century A.D. Its name derives from the letter lines' endings, which resemble a bullet (boulet). Bouletee typeset, along with father Ephrem's handwriting and the "pearl-weaved" style, are typical of the era of emperor Constantine VII Porphyrogennetos (911-959 A.D.).
   KS Bouletee does not include letter ligatures or special abbreviations, as in the original form of 10th century texts. Letters are more smooth and harmonious, so as to better fit modern reality in text form. A more austere style of these fonts, that will be closer to the spirit and format of the original typeset, will be available soon.