the alphabetical script derived from the Greek alphabet through Etruscan, used from about the 6th century b.c. for the writing of Latin, and since adopted, with modifications and additions of letters such as w, by the languages of Western Europe, including English, as well as many other languages.
This map shows the countries in the world that use a Latin alphabet as the sole
official (or de facto official) national script in dark green. The lighter green ...
Details of the development of the Latin alphabet from its beginnings in Ancient
Rome to today.
The earliest known inscriptions in Latin date from the 6th century BC and were
written using an alphabet adapted from the Etruscan alphabet. Rome gradually ...
The third letter of the Latin alphabet
was a C, as in English. The difference is not so great as it looks since the difference between K and G is what's referred to linguistically as a difference in voicing: the G sound is the voiced version of the K (this K is the har... More »
Even though the Latin alphabet is essentially what you're seeing in front of you,
the original version was quite different. As Latium (the region where Latin is ...
Alphabet. The Latin (or, as it is also called, Roman) alphabet appeared in the 7th
century BC as an adaptation of the Etruscan alphabet to the Latin language.
Apr 11, 2011 ... We may not speak Latin anymore, but that doesn't mean we don't know how it's
pronounced. This video covers consonants, which are mostly ...
Latin alphabet, also called Roman alphabet, most widely used alphabetic writing
system in the world, the standard script of the English language and the ...
Online Keyboard to type a text with all the special characters and punctuation
marks of the Western languages.