Old Italic script
The Old Italic alphabet was used for letters of different languages on the Italian peninsula. It is based on the Greek alphabet in a western variant and was adopted by the Greek settlers in Kyme. It served as the basis for the Latin alphabet and was also used actually for other languages, including with a variant of the Etruscan language, the Venetian, as well as a number of languages of the Italic branch of the Indo-European family of languages , including the Oscan language and the Umbrian language.
Unicode implements the Old Italic alphabet under the name Old Italic in the range U 10300 to U 1032 F. The following table uses the characters defined in Unicode and can only be shown if a suitable font is installed on the computer.
An influence on the Germanic runic alphabet this is sometimes suspected.