the upper compartment of the scribe's double compartment 'a' is consistently larger than the lower.
'A', whether upper or lower compartment is really consistently formed.
looped 'd' is used throughout.
the lower compartment is generally rounded or oval.
the upper loops are generally triangular in appearance.
as with the 'a' graph, the double compartment 'g' has a larger upper compartment.
'g' in final position with a hairline triangle added to the horizontal extension.
the lower compartment of 'g' is occasionally left open.
'h' generally has a triangular looped head and a limb which does not extend much below the base of the stem. The tail-stroke when added is generally fine and may curve either clockwise beneath the graph or may turn counter-clockwise and return to the line.
tail-stroke turning counter-clockwise.
tail-stroke looping round in a clockwise direction and returning to the base of the stem.
long 'r' and 'z'-shaped 'r' are both used. The stem of 'r' is thick with fine approach stroke where 'r' is the initial graph.
'r' in final position with flourish perhaps for the missing 'e'.
'z'-shaped 'r' with the otiose stroke unusually descending from the bottom right corner of the graph.
sigma 's' is used in both initial and final positions.
sigma 's' in final position with attached vertical tag.
the head of long 's' is ligatured with the following 't'.
'w' has looped head, often a shallow foot at the base of the limbs and the 'B'-shaped element to the right.
the left limb is entirely separate from the rest of the graph.
almost all 'y's are dotted. The dot may be separate or it may be the final point at the end of the tail.
the tail often turns counter-clockwise immediately beneath the body of the graph.
|Thorn and Yogh|
thorn is used mainly for abbreviations of 'the' and 'that'. The stem of thorn is often at a slant. The stem is thick.
yogh is also used by the scribe.
|Upper Case Letters|
Usage: Decoration of pen-flourished 'N'.
Usage: Faces at the end of the flourishing.
Usage: Pen flourishing on 'A'.
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