Ancient Greek - Sound Changes

Sound Changes

Greek alphabet
Αα Alpha Νν Nu
Ββ Beta Ξξ Xi
Γγ Gamma Οο Omicron
Δδ Delta Ππ Pi
Εε Epsilon Ρρ Rho
Ζζ Zeta Σσς Sigma
Ηη Eta Ττ Tau
Θθ Theta Υυ Upsilon
Ιι Iota Φφ Phi
Κκ Kappa Χχ Chi
Λλ Lambda Ψψ Psi
Μμ Mu Ωω Omega
History
Archaic local variants
  • Ligatures (ϛ, ȣ, ϗ)
  • Diacritics
Numerals
(6)
(90)
(900)
In other languages
  • Bactrian
  • Coptic
  • Albanian
Scientific symbols

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