Michael Avi-Yona's Gazetteer of Roman Palestine (Jerusalem: Institute of Archaeology, 1976), which Tsafrir saw through the press, used Greek script
and gave the original documented forms, in the tradition of P.
1091-4) and the unnecessary use of Greek script
for the words monos (140.
Overall at these sites inscriptions in the Kharosthi script and Gandhari language predominate, followed by those in Brahmi and (hybrid) Sanskrit, while the local Bactrian language in Greek script
is the least common and appears only to have been used in conjunction with one or both of the Indian scripts.
19) Current charts of the Greek fonts may be seen in the second edition of Nicolas Barker's Aldus Manutius and the Development of Greek Script
And all this flowed from a fragment of a larger stone tablet that acted as a translator between ancient Egyptian hieroglyphs and demotic and ancient Greek scripts
Hebrew and Greek scripts
are used frequently throughout, often transliterated and usually translated.