double compartment 'a' with horned additional head-stroke. The majority of the scribe's lower case 'a's follow this pattern.
in some words the horned top is less pronounced.
the scribe has a number of different versions for upper case 'A'.
a more elaborate version with arching lead-in stroke.
'd' in initial position.
'd' in final position with slight extension on the looped return.
the upper loop sloping backwards is a feature of the scribe's 'd'. When the 'd' occurs medially the upper loop frequently lies back over the previous graph.
upper case 'D' with 2-shaped initial element.
double compartment 'g' used throughout. As here, the 'g' frequently sits on the line above the level of following graphs.
'g' in final position. As in version 1 the 'g' sits on the line and as the final graph has a hairline tail which first arches up the descendsbelow the line.
the 'ght' combination with 'g' set rather lower than in the previous examples. The upper lobe is square-shaped with hairline connectos on either side and scooped horned head-stroke to finish.
'h' in initial position.
'h' in final position following 'g' is usually crossed.
'h' as final letter after 'c'.
'H' as the first letter of the line. The upper case letter does not vary from the lower case one.
long 'r' in initial position. Long 'r' is used in all positions except after 'o'.
long 'r' in final position with flourish.
'z'-shaped 'e' after 'o'.
the only example of modern 'r' on this folio.
both sigma 's' and long 's' are used in initial position.
sigma 's' in final position.
long 's' in initial position. It is always used medially.
upper case graph at the beginning of a line.
the scribe has two basic 'w' shapes. This is the more angular version.
the second type of this graph.
upper case example of version 1 found at the beginning of a line.
upper case example of version 2 found at the beginning of a line.
the common shape of 'y'.
'y' in initial position with slightly etended tail.
'y' in final position.
'Y' as the first letter of the line.
|Upper Case Letters|
a second version of upper case 'D'.
upper case 'B' at the beginning of a line.
the scribe's upper case 'I'.
upper case 'O' again at the beginning of a line.