Where can I download free (open-source) fonts like Times New Roman for Russian Language?

  1. The collection of fonts PSCyr is given here or here.

It is said: "Times within PSCyr has been developed by Monotype and exported from Windows". Is it open-source? The licence published seems to prove this.

  1. Information about tempora is given here and on CTAN.

  2. In this book by @Igor-Kotelnikov TimesC package has mentioned, however I can not find it on CTAN.

  3. RobtAll commented: "Liberation Serif (from LuaLaTeX and XeTeX) is compatible with TNR"

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    Does tex.stackexchange.com/questions/375461/… help? The tempora font is included in TeX Live and MiKTeX – egreg Sep 21 '17 at 15:42
  • @egreg, thank you so much. I'm trying to collect all types of fonts, including TimesC. The question is updated. – Vladimir Parkhomenko Sep 21 '17 at 15:44
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    Since Igor Kotelnikov seems to be a member of this community, maybe he can answer. I added the cyrillic tag to this purpose, hoping he's following it. – egreg Sep 21 '17 at 17:19
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    If you use LuaLaTeX or XeTeX, you can access a wide range of characters via their utf-8 codes. Some free Open Type or TrueType fonts that include Cyrillic are the Liberation and Libertinus fonts. Of these, Liberation Serif is compatible with TNR. I very firmly suggest that anyone who needs multilingual support switch away from the old, last-century Type 1 technology of pdftex. – user139954 Sep 21 '17 at 18:03
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    I don't support FontsC package any more since I moved to XeTeX. I could send FontsC by email as is but I forgot how to install it. Unfortunetely I've lost distributable form of FontsC bundle but I'll try to ask my collegues who might have it. – Igor Kotelnikov Sep 25 '17 at 2:09

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