single compartment 'a' is used almost all the time.
occasionally the scribe uses anglicana 'a' either as a stand-alone indefinite article or sometimes to begin a word as here. There does not seem to be any pattern to this usage.
anglicana 'a' is used in the display script of the scribe.
it is difficult to establish which words the scribe intends to capitalise as the graph used appears to be the same anglicana 'a' which appears from time to time in the text for no apparent reason.
looped 'd' is used throughout.
in final position 'd' usually has a trailing tag.
a rare occurrence of 'd' with open centre.
secretary tailed 'g' is used throughout.
in final position the scribe extends the hairline head-stroke.
the tail of 'g' turns counter-clockwise. A single line provides the hairline head-strokes for both graphs.
'h' has a leaning looped head-stroke and a neatly contained descending limb which curves gently.
when 'h' is in final position and follows 's', 'c', 'g', and 't' it is almost always crossed.
the combination 'ght' with abbreviative mark for the plural element.
the English explicit which seems to begin with a more formal graph for 'H' which probably denotes the upper case graph.
the scribe has a selection of 'r's but 'z'-shaped 'r' is the one used most frequently in initial and medial positions.
modern 'r' is also found, usually in medial or in final positions.
long 'r' is also found occasionally, mainly when the consonant is doubled although there is also an example of modern 'r' doubled on this folio.
long 's' is almost always found in initial and medial positions.
sigma 's' is used in final position.
an example of a 6-shaped 's' in the display script of the scribe.
upper case 'S'.
'w' is cursive and exists as two 'v's with the left arm usually longer than the middle stroke.
'w' usually sits higher than the surrounding graphs.
the 'y' graph is formed in consistent fashion.
thorn is used infrequently and used on the folio examined only for these abbreviated forms, all with following superscript.
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