For Greek letters
$\alpha, \beta, \gamma, \delta, \epsilon, \zeta, \eta, \\\\ \theta, \iota, \kappa, \lambda, \mu, \nu, \xi, \\\\ o, \pi, \rho, \sigma, \tau, \upsilon, \phi, \chi, \psi, \omega \\\\ \\\\ \Gamma, \Delta, \Theta, \Lambda, \Xi, \Pi, \Sigma, \Upsilon, \Phi, \Psi, \Omega$

Most uppercase greek letters are identical to their Latin equivalent.
$A, B, \Gamma, \Delta, E, Z, H, \Theta, I, K, \Lambda, M, N, \Xi, O, \Pi, P, \Sigma, T, \Upsilon, \Phi, X,\Psi, \Omega$