Kappa (upper case Κ, lower case κ) is the tenth letter of the Greek alphabet. In the system of Greek numerals it has a value of 20.
In mathematics, the kappa curve is named after this letter; the tangents of this curve were first calculated by Barrow (17th Century).
The upper-case letter Κ is used as a symbol for:
In textual criticism, the Byzantine text-type (from Κοινη, Koine, the common text).
|Α α Alpha||Β β Beta||Γ γ Gamma|
|Δ δ Delta||Ε ε Epsilon||Ζ ζ Zeta|
|Η η Eta||Θ θ Theta||Ι ι Iota|
|Κ κ Kappa||Λ λ Lambda||Μ μ Mu|
|Ν ν Nu||Ξ ξ Xi||Ο ο Omicron|
|Π π Pi||Ρ ρ Rho||Σ σ Sigma|
|Τ τ Tau||Υ υ Upsilon||Φ φ Phi|
|Χ χ Chi||Ψ ψ Psi||Ω ω Omega|
Medieval Greece / Byzantine Empire
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