There are four marks of punctuation: the comma (,) and the period (.), both written on the line and corresponding to the comma and the period in English; the colon, which is a dot above the line (·), and takes the place of the English semi-colon; and the question-mark (;) which looks like an English semi-colon.” source
|This English mark…||is this in Greek; cf. BBG 4.1||Example:|
|period above the line||semi-colon||θεός·|
Greek does not use quotation marks to set off direct discourse.