A Celtic style of calligraphic script with forms created by a broad-nibbed pen at an almost horizontal angle, but sometimes more tilted in later variants. Roman lowercase is derived from Uncial forms. There is only one “case” in pure Uncial designs. Used during the middle ages. Classic example: American Uncial.
A letter or group of letters of the size and form generally used to begin sentences and proper nouns. Also known as “capital letters”.