double compartment 'a' used throughout. The down-stroke is thick and straight. The two compartments vary in size.
in this example, the upper compartment is bigger than the lower one.
obviously intended as an upper case graph as tipped with red although not the first word. The next word 'Hermytys' is similarly tipped with red.
most of the scribe's 'd' graphs are as here with open centre.
here the upper loop is closed but tangled with the previous graph.
double compartment 'g' is used throughout.
a long horizontal stroke from the head of the graph almost collides with the caesural virgule.
'g's of various sizes.
'g' appears rather squashed here with following 'h'.
an upright graph of 'h'. Some of the scribe's 'h's lean forwards.
the stem of 'h' is beginning to lean. The tail is long and sweeps under the previous graph.
here the 'w' appears to lean backwards and the 'h' to lean forwards.
modern 'r' is used in all positions.
'r' in final position has an arched flourish.
'z'-shaped 'r' follows 'o' and round-bodied graphs. The thick claw-like extension from bottom left is part of the graph itself.
sigma 's' with strokes crossing at the head. Sigma 's' is used initially and in final position.
long 's' is used occasionally in initial position.
'w's are similarly formed.
the middle limb varies in height and sometimes stands above the other elements of the graph.
the left limb of 'y' is usually vertical. The tail is long and turns counter-clockwise, often running right back up over the line.
|Thorn and Yogh|
thorn is used in all the usual places as well as sometimes merely to replace 'th'.
|Upper Case Letters|