The Roman inscriptions were the first highlight on the way to our today's alphabet. The Capital letter were chiselled in stone. The Roman Capitalis originally contained 21 and later 26 letters.
The complete further typeface development founded herself on these inscribed letters.
Lower case letters whose development was completed with the Carolingian minuscule arose in the course of the time.
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