the scribe uses mainly double compartment 'a'. However, he also has single compartment 'a' in his repertoire.
the single compartment 'a' is used occasionally.
upper case 'A' with upper lobe leaning backwards.
'd' is looped with the loop either contained above the body of the graph as in version 2, or flung back over preceding graphs.
the loop of 'd' can be very angular.
double compartment 'g' frequently has the lower compartment open.
'g' in final position has an extended slash stroke from the head.
open lower compartment.
the tail-stroke of 'h' may be curled round in a clockwise direction to rejoin the stem.
the limb of 'h' may also be short and straight.
upper case 'A' with wide extension of the tail into the left margin.
long 'r' is the preferred graph in all positions.
final 'r' with circular attachment significant of 'e'.
modern 'r' is also used spasmodically, also in all positions.
the foot of 'r' is scooped and the fine extension almost touches the shoulder.
long 's' is used in initial and medial positions.
sigma 's' is used in initial and final positions.
sigma 's' in initial position.
anglicana looped 'w', sometimes with an unclosed loop at the head.
a more elaborate 'w' on the top line.
'y' is frequently dotted.
the tail stroke usually ends in a short counter-clockwise turn.
|Thorn and Yogh|
thorn is used frequently but does not always replace 'th'.
Usage: wiþ ȝou
on this folio, yogh is only used as equivalent of the 'y' element.
|Upper Case Letters|