Calligraphy means beautiful handwriting and it derived from Greek language
From Greek, kaligraphia, from kallos, "beauty," and graphein, to write.
Calligraphy is Greek.
Calligraphy simply means beautiful writing and if you go on google.com and type in calligraphy or even calligraphy alphabet it will come up with three pictures and a lot of written responds.
"Calligraphy" refers to the art of producing beautiful handwriting, or to the handwriting itself. It is from Greek words meaning "beautiful writing."
Jianjun Li has written: 'Li, Han \\' -- subject(s): Calligraphy, Chinese, Chinese Calligraphy, Chinese language, Li style, Writing
It developed and evolved the Arabic language, as well as the Arabic alphabet
Xiu Tian has written: 'Qian zi wen zong shu' -- subject(s): Calligraphy, Chinese, Chinese Calligraphy, Chinese language, Style
It was called Calligraphy, most people wrote Manderin, but some wrote Cantonese.
A calligraphy pen is used for writing in a certain way/font that is specific to a certain language. For example, it would be used to write in the same that the larger parts of the constitution were written