She teaches surveys of both Greek and Roman archaeology, and seminars on the illicit antiquities trade, ancient cult practice and Athenian topography. Her original name was Kontekakis which comes from Crete. She received her B. These are two of the most beautiful places in the world, in my opinion!
Comment Same as Roman A. Some Greeks, however, write it just like a common hand-written version of the Roman a, as shown on the right. If you prefer your writing to look more genuinely Greek, use the first way; but if you like the safety of the familiar, you may use the second way.
Same as Roman B.
Two ways to draw a beta, differing only in the starting point of the strokes. The first way yields a more squarish beta at the top, and is done in two strokes.
The second way yields a more roundish top, and is done in a single stroke but starts a bit awkwardly at the bottom. Use whatever seems more convenient to you. It does not belong to the basic form of gamma any more than the serifs at the end of the horizontal bar of a capital T belong to it.
When we write, we usually do not mark the serifs.
Not really different, the two ways depend on where you make the crossing point. Making it higher than the notebook line first way is more convenient in handwriting. Making it right at the line second way is more like the printed letter. An alternative order to draw the strokes is just as in A, with the horizontal line 3rd stroke being the base of the triangle.
When written quickly, the angle at the top-left usually comes out as a curve. Same as Roman E. An alternative way to draw this letter is like a c with a horizontal line in the middle like this: Same as Roman Z.
Also, that line is sometimes slightly curved like a wide-open bowl. The hook at the bottom can be more closed or more open. Same as Roman H but note that this is the Greek vowel eta.
The first form is less common, but more consistent with Greek-style hand-writing. Like an O with a horizontal bar bisecting it. The first form is thinner than its corresponding capital letter. The second form is cursive. Same as Roman I.
Same as Roman i without the dot. Same as Roman K. The second form which looks like the Roman u is cursive but quite common — perhaps more common than the first form.
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