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Minuscule

Minuscule may refer to:

  • Lower case letter
  • Minuscule script, a group of writing styles in ancient and medieval Greek or Latin manuscripts:
    • Minuscule cursive or new Roman cursive, used in Latin manuscripts (3rd–7th century AD)
    • Carolingian minuscule, used in western Europe (8th–12th century AD)
    • Minuscule Greek, used in Greek manuscripts since the 9th century AD
  • Any book written in minuscule script, especially
    • Greek biblical manuscripts, New Testament minuscules
  • Minuscule (TV series), a French-made animated television series
  • Minuscule (DVD), a video album by Björk
  • Minuscule representation in mathematics

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