All of our current alphabetic signs have a pictographic (an egyptian) origin, and took shape over the centuries, twists and writing directions. In this article, we’ll tell you the stories of the 26 Latin alphabet letters (114 A.C.) (except for the letter J which was born too late (around 1400 A.C.) to talk about it today, but which has almost the same origin as the letter I, so it’s ok), through Kemetic (3200 B.C.), Semetic (1500 B.C.), Phoenician (1000 B.C.) and Greek (600 B.C.) alphabets.