all 'a's are double compartment.
many of the scribe's upper case graphs are dotted.
the scribe uses looped 'd' with square or round bowl.
final 'd' with tag.
tailed 'g' used throughout with tail turning clockwise, rising in a curve and finally turning counter-clockwise at the end.
hairline providing the head-stroke to this graph.
Usage: A gayne
'h' with looped head-stroke leans forward slightly.
the tail-stroke always flicks counter-clockwise to finish.
crossed 'h' following 't' in final position.
the scribe appears to use 'z'-shaped 'r' exclusively in all positions.
'r' in final position.
'z'-shaped 'r' used in medial position.
upper case letter.
long 's' with thick stem.
always used in final position.
last letter in line with flourish and dot.
upper case initial at the beginning of a line.
the scribe's 'w's have closed loops at the head and a single lobe to the right.
the left arm is sometimes shorter than the second part of the letter.
'w' in upper case position at the beginning of a line. All the scribe's 'w's are very similar.
many of the scribe's 'y's are dotted.
the tail of 'y' sometimes extends back beneath previous letters and, as here, causes confusion with the stem of 's'.
the second 'y' in this word with a shorter tail stroke.
|Upper Case Letters|
'T's and 'A's are frequently dotted.
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Usage: Vn to