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Russian, Greek, and Latin characters

GraphJam recently provided this Venn diagram of the three character sets:

As the comments on GraphJam point out, this is a somewhat simplified view. For instance, just because the letters look the same, doesn't mean that they represent the same sounds. Take, for instance the Cyrillic letter "B"; it's Latin equivalent is "V".

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