manuscripts of the New Testament do not use punctuation. In fact, there are
no spaces between words either. In addition to this, all the letters were
like our upper case (capital) letters (uncial). Thus a Greek sentence would
look something like this if English letters were used:
first punctuation mark was the period.
and commas are the same as the English
(.) and (,).
English semicolon is used for the question mark.
semicolon in Greek uses a dot above the line (like a raised period. This
serves in place of both the English colon and semicolon.