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Latin alphabet (From Wikipedia)
The Latin alphabet, also called the Roman alphabet, is the most widely used alphabetic writing system in the world today.
Rome was a little quiet town on the shores of the Tiber river when her Latin-speaking citizens learned writing from the Etruscans.
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.
Latin script, or Roman script, is an alphabet based on the letters of the classical Latin alphabet.
Ancient Latin alphabet - Roman alphabet for Latin - Modern Latin alphabet.
Ancient Latin alphabet
The ancient Latin alphabet (Abecedarium Latinae) only contained 21 letters during the period of Cicero (106-43 BC).
The Latin Alphabet
The Latin alphabet of 23 letters was derived in the 600's BC from the Etruscan alphabet of 26 letters, which was in turn derived from the archaic Greek alphabet, which came from the Phoenician.
Ancient Latin alphabet: The earliest known inscriptions in the Latin alphabet date from the 6th century BC.
The beginnings of the Latin alphabet can be traced to inscriptions dating from the 6th century BC.