The Armenian alphabet is an alphabet that has been used to write the Armenian language since the year 405 or It was introduced by Saint Mesrop Mashtots, an Armenian linguist and ecclesiastical leader, and originally contained 36 letters.
Producer Lee Frank, deep in the remote canyons of southeast Colorado, found petroglyphs of remarkably well preserved script that illustrates the use of the traditional old Negev alphabet from ancient Sinai. (Hebrew) Lee chose to name the important.
Ancient Scripts: Greek There were many variants of the early Greek alphabet, each suited to a local dialect. Eventually the Ionian alphabet was adopted in all Greek-speaking states, but before that happened, the Euboean variant was carried to the Italic peninsula and adopted by Etruscan and eventually Latin. The following chart compare various early variants, the Phoenician equivalent, the modern alphabet, and pronunciations