Greek Unicode Script
Since the late ninth or early eighth century BCE, the Greek language has been written using the Greek script. It is a descendant of the earlier Phoenician alphabet and was the first alphabetic script to have separate vowel and consonant symbols. The Greek alphabet was used locally in many different ways during the Archaic and early Classical periods, but by the end of the 4th century BCE, the Euclidean alphabet, which has 24 characters arranged from alpha to omega, had become the norm.
Below you will find all the characters that are in the 'Greek' unicode script category. Currently there are 522 characters in this category.