uncial

[ uhn-shee-uh l, -shuh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF uncial

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The first in uncial Greek was by Tisisthenes, the son to whom the writing was addressed.

First, the uncial, that is, those written in capital letters.

Kneeling down, we read upon the lintel the Greek inscription in uncial letters, cut when the Mosque was a Christian church.

Those of you who are judges of graphic character will see the nature of the letters; they are capital, or uncial letters.

They are both written in quarto, in uncial letters and double columns.

It was a sixth-century copy of the Book of Genesis, written in uncial letters and illustrated, we are told, with 250 pictures.

G is written in uncial script, with no division between words but with indentation of the pentameters.

Accordingly, he substituted 'whatsoever place' for 'whosoever': another has bequeathed to us in four uncial MSS.

As uncial and half-uncial characters were still used for a good number of MSS.

The uncial characters shown here (a) afford one of the best examples61 for practice in writing with the reed or quill.

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capital

nounupper case written symbol
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