Variants and attestation
The standard form of Chi is , used in both Magrè and Sanzeno context, as prevalent in Etruscan and Northern Italy. The variant with long bars occurs only sporadically, and mainly in Sanzeno context – exclusively, if the problematic SR-12 is discounted. Maybe influence from the West? (The form exists, but is extremely rare in Venetic.) Inverted is not attested in the Raetic alphabets, but does occur sporadically in Lepontic and Venetic; it is included to parallel (rare) . Note that in doubtful or para-script contexts, / is indistinguishable from Alpha /.