Scribal ProfileBeryn scribe
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|Current Manuscript:||USA, Princeton, NJ, Princeton University Library, Department of Rare Books and Special Collections MS 100|
|Identification:||This scribe also copied 166-202; see under 2|
|Folios:||1-165, 203-215 [paper]|
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the loop of 'd' often extends backwards as here. 'd' also frequently has a tail.
upper case letter at the beginning of a line.
final 'g' almost always has a tail.
triangular head-loop and tail either contained beneath the graph or looping back to connect with the following graph.
upper case letter at the beginning of a line. Even on the lower case 'h', the head-stroke sometimes arches over, above the level of succeeding letters.
long 'r' is used alongside modern 'r'. The top of long 'r' frequently sits below the level of other letters.
final 'r' is often flourished.
sigma 's' used in initial position.
used in final position.
long 's' used medially. The two stems of long 's' diverge.
where 'w' is in initial position, there is a curved lead-in stroke.
'W' in first position in the line.
the tail of 'y' turns to the right at a very sharp angle.
the tail of 'y' frequently extends below several letters.
Usage: wel a wey
'y' as the last letter at the end of a line.
|Thorn and Yogh|
thorn is used occasionally on this folio.
the only occurrence of yogh on this folio.