Vitalis is a display font inspired by cursive Roman writing dating from the first century B.C.E.

During this period the site of La Graufesenque, near the town of Millau, had a high concentration of potters. They crafted and exported sigilated ceramics throughout the Roman Empire for nearly three centuries. Their bills of lading, written on clay plates and discovered 2000 years later, are the most abundant written testimony of Gaul at this time.