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The Roman alphabet adopted from the Greek by way of the Etruscan alphabet, consisting of 23 letters and forming the basis of numerous alphabets around the world, including those of modern western Europe. Also called Roman alphabet.[1]

The Latin alphabet is the alphabet that the Romans developed. and is influenced by the Greek alphabet. The version of the Latin alphabet that English speakers use has twenty-six letters, which is three more than the ancient Romans used.

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