The fourth letter of the Phoenician, the Hebrew, the Greek, the Roman, and of nearly all alphabets. In Hebrew it is Daleth, signifying the door of life, a representation of which was probably its original hieroglyph, as in the illustration. Here 1 shows the approximation to the Hebrew Daleth; 2 the Greek Delta, resembling the opening of a tent.
The numerical value of Daleth is four; as a Roman numeral it stands for 500.
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