Re: Personal Pleasure
- Much like many scripts that are used by a variety of peoples.
Roman as we know it, has many forms than just the one in this post.
From Roman, Roman Rustic, Gothic, Insular (sorry calligrapher),
Artificial Roman and many more. Not including language like Japanese
that using roman characters for some things in Japanese (Romanji).
Then there is ones like Greek, that has had major influences on
Roman/Latin forms, as well as Coptic, Cyrillic, Gothic (the germanic
people and not the later letter forms from middle ages), and a few
others. As well as Arabic letters, that have been used from everything
from Phillipines, to Eastern Africa and Middle Asia as well.