Robert W. M. Greaves (aka Bingley) just told me about The Sch°yen Collection, which is a repository of manuscripts from the last 5000 years. Many of the mss have been scanned and so are available for an online peek. Among the most intriguing is an ancient Greek alphabet from 800 B.C. See if you can find what appears to be the alphabet on the copper tablet. If you don't know the standard Greek alphabet, look here:I don't know how long this wonderful resource has been available.
MS 108 The Earliest Greek Alphabet
"MS in Greek on copper, Cyprus, ca. 800 BC, 2 tablets, 21x13 cm, single column, (19x10 cm), 20-23 lines in archaic Greek capitals with some North Semitic (Phoenician) letter forms by 2 or more scribes.
Binding: Greece, ca. 800 BC, strung together on both sides so as to fold in concertina fashion with holes in all 4 corners of both tablets.
Context: This is the oldest European alphabet, the oldest writing tablets extant, and part of the world's oldest book in codex form."