The word “Politeia” has its roots in ancient Greek and is derived from the word “Polis” (“city-state”). Used by Plato and Aristotle with various meanings such as “the rights of citizens” or “the form of government of a place”.
   KS Politeia converses with simplicity and moderation. It contains some small, significant details designed to mitigate the strict geometry. It is suitable for titles and text, and contains a number of ligatures, mostly in capitals. Supports greek polytonic, latin and cyrillic text.