## A Constructed Roman Alphabet: A Geometric Analysis of the Greek and Roman Capitals and of the Arabic NumeralsShows how to use geometric formulas to construct each letter of the Greek and Roman alphabets as well as Arabic numerals |

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### Contents

To Construct a Square | 2 |

The Roman Alphabet | 10 |

The Greek Characters | 78 |

Copyright | |

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