I would call the Google Noto Chinese fonts "modern" chinese. Then I would call something like this (that font doesn't load/work for me when I download it) a more ancient style calligraphy font. And something more traditional might be a basic serif font, though that one is a bit modern looking.
I don't need perfect fonts, but I would like to find two fonts, a more handwritten free style, which could have been like a style used in ancient texts, and a more standard "traditional" style that could have been used for hundreds of years since the printing press type thing.
The main thing is these fonts should be free for commercial use, and support as many glyphs as possible, ideally both traditional and simplified glyphs.
I am currently trying to render the Tao Te Ching from WikiSource, which seems to use a combination of simplified and traditional glyphs, and I am having a hard time finding fonts where all the glyphs are covered, outside of the Google Noto fonts. Any ideas where I can find 2 of these other style fonts which cover most/all glyphs and is free? Or if finding both styles is not possible, then just one style?
Even popular fonts like this one are missing many glyphs in the Tao Te Ching text.
I would like to avoid this situation, where it turns out just one glyph is missing from the font.