Latin Unicode Script
The Greek alphabet that was used in the old Greek city of Cumae, located in southern Italy, gave rise to the Latin script, also referred to as Roman script, which is an alphabetic writing system based on the letters of the classical Latin alphabet. (Magna Graecia). The Etruscans used it first, followed by the Romans. There are a number of Latin-script alphabets that vary from the traditional Latin alphabet in terms of graphemes, collation, and phonetic values. The International Phonetic Alphabet is based on the Latin script, and the 26 most common letters are those found in the ISO fundamental Latin alphabet, which are also found in the English alphabet.
Below you will find all the characters that are in the 'Latin' unicode script category. Currently there are 1494 characters in this category.