straight-sided 'a' with cross-bar is used throughout.
there is a hairline stroke at an angle to close the head of the graph.
unlooped 'd' is used, with oval bowl and a short, oblique stroke across the head.
the scribe's abbreviations are all neatly executed. Here the comma-like mark with tail stands for the 'er' abbreviation.
'g' is tailed and is often open at the head.
'g' in final position with a mark similar to the 'er' abbreviation, here probably representative of a missing 'e'.
'g' in the incipit. The scribe's script for the incipit is the same as his normal hand.
the stem of 'h' sometimes has a kink as well as a defined foot. The limb descends from the shoulder also with a kink in the stroke.
sometimes the head of the stem is split.
the limb has a kink and ends with a fine extension at right angles to the descender.
modern 'r' is used in all positions excep after 'o'.
in final position the same flourish mark above the 'r' may represent a missing 'e'.
'z'-shaped 'r' after 'o'.
straight 's' with separate stroke for the angled head and slight serif to the left of the stem. Used in initial and medial positions.
kidney-shaped 's' used in final position.
final 's' which could almost be '8'-shaped at times.
'w' varies little. Both arms are almost straight with slight curve to the left. There is a 'B'-shaped element to the right, also neatly executed.
'y' is frequently dotted. The tail is often almost non-existent.
thorn only appears to be used in the very short pronoun or article situations.
the head of thorn is frequently left open.
the stem of thorn is thick and does not taper.