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See also: Appendix:Greek alphabet
- The 24-letter alphabet of the Greek language, first adopted by Athens in 403 BC and now consisting of the following upper- (majuscule) and lower-case (minuscule) pairs:
- (historical, countable) Other ("epichoric") forms of this alphabet, both prior and subsequent, sometimes including variant letters such as the following:
- epichoric alphabets: Attic alphabet, Corinthian alphabet, Euboean alphabet, Ionic alphabet, Old Attic alphabet, etc.