single compartment 'a' used throughout.
2-shaped element precedes and is separated from the down-stroke.
single compartment 'd' is used throughout. The curving down-stroke sometimes has an overhand beyond the lobe.
'g' is double compartment but the lower compartment does not usually join up to the upper compartment.
'g' in final position is sometimes tagged.
where 'h' is the initial letter of the word or within a word, there is a horizontal stroke to the left of the stem.
the limb is a long straight stroke which extends below the foot of the stem
where 'h' is the final letter of the word it is crossed completely.
modern 'r' is used most of the time in all positions.
long 'r' is used occasionally, as here in final position.
on the folio examined, 'z'-shaped 'r' is only used after 'o'.
long 's' is used initially and medially. No other 's' is used in initial position on the folio examined.
both sigma 's' and kidney 's' are found in final position. They seem to alternate to no apparent plan.
the kidney 's' version in final position.
the arms of the cursive 'w' may be straight or curved. There is a single lobe to the right of the graph.
the upper case version is the same as the lower case one.
most of the scribe's 'y's are like this one with a fine, straight stroke for the tail descending at a forty-five degree angle.
occasionally the tail of 'y' turns counter-clockwise.
in initial position, the 'y' is more conventional with thicker tail-stroke turning counter-clockwise.
|Thorn and Yogh|
thorn is only used for the definite article and pronouns. The lobe is quite large.
yogh seems to be used only as equivalent of the plural 'tz' plural ending.
|Upper Case Letters|
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