> Just out of curiosity, when are capitals used in modern Greek? I remember once > leafing through a Greek newspaper just for fun and finding much fewer capitals than > I expected, but I'm totally in the dark as what the rules are for their use. I think it's a similar convention to that of French or Spanish: proper nouns are capitalized (example: "America"), but not adjectives (thus "american", not "American"). Days of the week and months of the year are also non-capitalized. Greek also uses a semicolon-like symbol for the question mark, and a raised dot for a semicolon. > ObConlang: I've been tossing around ideas for a script for Ajuk, and am looking for > alternative ideas for systems of capitalization from those used in the Roman > alphabet, and alphabets with no capitals. Greek (including Coptic), Cyrillic (and Glagolitic), Armenian, and Georgian (in the older Khutsuri script, not the modern Mxedruli) have lower and upper cases.