Uncial epsilon and The lunate has provided also inspiration for the euro sign. The symbol used first by Giuseppe Peano in logic and set theory. A related context introduced also the use of a backwards epsilon, \ backepsilon although the abbreviation for the phrase. Archaic writing preserves often the Phoenician form with a vertical stem. The classical era was simplified to the current E glyph. The various minuscule letter shapes became the basis in Greek typography for lower-case Epsilon. Mathematics is denoted commonly ε introduced epsilon terms.
These characters are used only as mathematical symbols. Stylized Greek text be encoded using the normal Greek letters.
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