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Categories: Scripts with ISO 15924 four-letter codes, Latin script, Articles with short description, Typography stubs, Officially used writing systems of India
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roman  roman type  roman letters  roman print  Latin script
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A typeface used in ancient Roman inscriptions WordNet 3.0
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The Latin script, also known as the Roman script, is an alphabetic writing system based on the letters of the classical Latin alphabet, derived from a form of the Greek alphabet which was in use in the ancient Greek city of Cumae, in southern Italy. Wikipedia
In Latin script typography, roman is one of the three main kinds of historical type, alongside blackletter and italic. Wikipedia
The script used for writing the English language Wikipedia Disambiguation
Writing system used for most contemporary European languages Wikipedia Disambiguation
One of the three main kinds of historical type Wikipedia Disambiguation
Writing system used to write most Western, Northern and Central European languages Wikidata
Style of typeface based on Carolingian miniscule combined with Roman square capitals Wikidata
An alphabetic writing system with 26 letters used with some modifications, in most of the languages of the European Union, America, Subsaharian Africa and the Islands of the Pacific Ocean. OmegaWiki
The script (set of symbols) rooted in the Latin alphabet of ancient Rome and adapted over the centuries to form the alphabets of scores of other languages; like Cyrillic script, it corresponds to a family of alphabets rather than a single alphabet. Wiktionary
One of the main three types used for the Latin alphabet (the others being italics and blackletter), in which the ascenders are mostly straight. Wiktionary
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