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Where Did the Ampersand Originate? | Comma Queen

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Published on Mar 31, 2016

Developed from the Latin et (“and”), the ampersand, formerly the twenty-seventh letter of the alphabet, is a character with a cult following among students of typography.

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Where Did the Ampersand Originate? | Comma Queen

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