As of version 15.1 of the Unicode Standard, 1,481 characters in the following 19 blocks are classified as belonging to the Latin script. Basic Latin, 0000–007F. This block corresponds to ASCII. Latin-1 Supplement, 0080–00FF. This block and the ASCII part collectively corresponds to IANA Latin-1. Latin Extended-A, 0100–017F
The Latin script is the most widely used alphabetic writing system in the world.  It is the standard script of the English language and is often referred to simply as "the alphabet" in English. It is a true alphabet which originated in the 7th century BC in Italy and has changed continually over the last 2,500 years.
List of Latin-script alphabets From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The lists and tables below summarize and compare the letter inventories of some of the Latin-script alphabets.
This is a list of letters of the Latin script. The definition of a Latin-script letter for this list is a character encoded in the Unicode Standard that has a script property of 'Latin' and the general category of 'Letter'. An overview of the distribution of Latin-script letters in Unicode is given in Latin script in Unicode.
Latin is an Italic language that was used in Ancient Rome. Short Latin texts have been found from about the 5th century BC and longer texts from about the 3rd century BC. Classical Latin was used in the 1st century BC and was the official language of the Roman Empire .
Spread of the Latin script. Current distribution of the Latin script. Countries where the Latin script is the sole main script. Countries where Latin co-exists with other scripts. Latin-script alphabets are sometimes extensively used in areas coloured grey due to the use of unofficial second languages, such as French in Algeria and English in ...
Latin alphabet, the most widely used alphabetic writing system in the world, the standard script of the English language and the languages of most of Europe and those areas settled by Europeans. Developed from the Etruscan alphabet at some time before 600 bce , it can be traced through Etruscan, Greek , and Phoenician scripts to the North ...