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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Latin_alphabet

The term Latin alphabet may refer to either the alphabet used to write Latin (as described in this article), or other alphabets based on the Latin script, which is the basic set of letters common to the various alphabets descended from the classical Latin alphabet, such as the English alphabet. These Latin-script alphabets may ...

www.omniglot.com/writing/latin.htm

Ancient Latin alphabet. The earliest known inscriptions in the Latin alphabet date from the 6th century BC. It was adapted from the Etruscan alphabet during the 7th century BC. The letters Y and Z were taken from the Greek alphabet to write Greek loan words. Other letters were added from time to time as the Latin alphabet ...

www.britannica.com/topic/Latin-alphabet

The classical Latin alphabet consisted of 23 letters, 21 of which were derived from the Etruscan alphabet. In medieval times the letter I was differentiated into I and J and V into U, V, and W, producing an alphabet equivalent to that of modern English with 26 letters. Some European languages currently using the Latin ...

www.orbilat.com/Languages/Latin/Grammar/Latin-Alphabet.html

This hypothesis rested on the evident correspondence between the Latin alphabet and the Chalcidian variety of the western group of Greek scripts used at Cumae in Campania, southern Italy. It seems, anyway, inconsistent, because the name of the letters are clearly of Etruscan and not of Greek origin (a, be, ce, de etc. and ...

www.ancientscripts.com/latin.html

As Latium (the region where Latin is spoken and Rome is located) and Etruria ( the region where Etruscan is spoken) are adjacent to each other, the very first examples of the Latin alphabet resemble the Etruscan alphabet. Nearly all the letters were adopted with the same phonetic values and graphical shapes. Also, the ...

www.thoughtco.com/latin-alphabet-changes-119429

Feb 24, 2016 ... Here is an explanation of a change in the ancient Latin alphabet from the letters of the Greek alphabet.

www.how-ocr-works.com/languages/latin-alphabet.html

In case you're wondering where the word “alphabet” comes from: the Latin alphabet was invented by the Semitic countries to the East of the Mediterranean Sea. The Greeks adopted and adapted this alphabet; the Etruscans and Romans of Latium later did the same. The Latin letter A is derived from the Egyptian symbol for ...

www.lexilogos.com/keyboard/latin_alphabet.htm

Online Keyboard to type a text with all the special characters and punctuation marks of the Western languages.

jakubmarian.com/how-many-letters-does-the-latin-alphabet-really-have

When you start learning a language written using a writing system other than the Latin alphabet (such as the Arabic script or Devanagari), the number of different shapes you have to learn may seem.