In the earliest days when it was written, mycene was written with Greek writing stitches. For nearly 2700 years, however, it was written in Greek in written form. Like other writing systems, over time, different types of writing have evolved. Early Greek Alphabet, Uncial Script and Greek Minuscule Script
Early Greek Alphabet – "Caps Lock"
This is the simplest way to learn alphabets. The most common place for the use of letters was made to a monument. In order to make carving easier, the letters had little curves. They were of the same size as "uppercase letters" today. In fact, they are used in large letters in Latin as a Latin writing system.
Here is an example of Early Greek monumental writing:
Α, Β, Γ, Δ, Ε, Ζ, Η, Θ, Ι, Κ, Λ, Μ, Ν, Ξ, Ο, Π, Ρ, Σ , Τ, Υ, Φ, Χ, Ψ, Ω
The early alphabet was written without spaces and punctuation. The distinction between words and sentences falls on the reader. This kind of writing is a great example of Rosetta Stone.
Subsequent Uncial Script – Capitals, in Some Style
The Uncial script appeared at the beginning of the first millennium. very similar to the monumental scenario. The letters were uppercase, and there was no space between the words when they were written.
This script was often used for writing parchment and velvet. This is a key scenario for Greeks interested, as a large number of Greek works originate from this period, including early Christian writings.
Greek Small Language Script – Good Things Come In Small Packs
Somewhere Over The Past Two Thousand Years Greek Letters Shrunk. The writing style of minuscule (lowercase letters) has evolved. Some works have been written in a very small format. Others were composed of a mixture of earlier majuscule and minuscule scripts. Where the two patterns came together, the little thing was always more common. Just like English, the first words of their own nouns and the paragraph would have been capitalized. However, in ancient Greeks, the first word of each sentence has not been capitalized (unless it is a proper noun or the beginning of a paragraph as mentioned above).
Here is the alphabet in the small text script:
α, β, γ, δ, ε, ζ, η, θ, ι, κ, λ, μ, ν, ξ, ο, π, ρ, σ , τ, υ, φ, χ, ψ, ω
the monumental scenario survived the modern Greek uppercase, the small Greek text exists in the modern Greek lowercase. The modern Greek student would learn both majuscule and minuscule scripts to be able to read and write the language.