January 21, 2022
The Latin alphabet, also known as the Roman alphabet, is the most widely used alphabet in the world. The origin of this line, according to researchers, belongs to the line of the Etruscan tribes who were the original inhabitants of Italy. This script is derived from the Western versions of the Greek alphabet and was first used in ancient Rome to write Latin. After the first century AD, special rules of aesthetics appeared in the Latin alphabet. This was achieved first in the inscriptions and then with minor changes in the books.