The Greek alphabet is the script for writing the Greek language, developed from the Euclidean alphabet adopted by Athens in . Greece's earlier epichoric alphabets were derived by the 8th century from the Phoenician alphabet. It has at times been used to transcribe other languages; most notably, its Euboean variant was adapted into the Latin script of the Romans and Byzantine Greek was modified among the Bulgarians to create Cyrillic. The alphabet also forms Greece's traditional system of numerals and serves as a source of widely-used international symbols in mathematics and in linguistics, astronomy, and other sciences.
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1. the alphabet used by ancient Greeks
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