Egyptian royalty, many of whom are known to be fanatics, are known for using the same typeface to print letters, but the new typeface appears to be the first to use the lion, the lion-head typeface.
The lettering was produced by a company called Lion Typeface, which is based in Cairo, and is based on the typeface used by the Egyptian National Guard, according to an Egyptian news site.
It is the latest addition to a list of Egyptian royals using the lion.
The new typefaces, called Lion Arial, Lion Bauhaus and Lion Sans, are among a list published last week by Egyptian newspaper Al-Gharb Al-Sabaa, which also lists the use of other popular Arabic and Ottoman Arabic fonts.
The list also shows the use by the military and police of the same Egyptian typeface: “Arial is the official lettering used by Egyptian security forces.”
The Egyptian National Security Council has been using the type of typeface since the late 19th century.
According to the news site, Lion Aria is the first official typeface produced by the security service since the 19th and early 20th centuries, and the first of its kind to be produced by one of the most powerful forces in the country.
The typeface has been used since the 1990s by the army, which uses it to print its official logo and to mark its uniforms, and has been a favorite of the country’s military and security services since the 1970s.