single compartment secretary 'a' is the scribe's regular lower case 'a' graph.
double compartment 'a'is used in the scribe's display script.
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although the scribe uses secretary 'a', he always uses the anglicana form of looped 'd'.
'd' in final position with extension of the loop stroke with short descending tag attached.
one of the words written in the scribe's display script.
also written in the scribe's display script.
the lower lobe is usually larger than the upper lobe. It is set somewhat at a tilt.
'g' in final position with tag. Again, the lower compartment appears to be in advance of the upper.
upper case letter tipped with red.
tailed 'g' is used in the scribe's display script.
characteristic looped head for 'h' and straight descent of the limb.
'h' is frequently crossed after 't'.
unusual forked head to the stem and no loop.
'z'-shaped 'r' used most of the time in all positions.
long double 'r' used occasionally.
upper case 'R' used for words such as 'Reigne' and Roially'.
a modern 'r' in the scribe's display script.
kidney 's' is used in final position.
sigma 's' is used initially.
long 's' with an extended head on the second 's' graph.
upper case 'S'.
the length and curvature of the approach stroke varies.
in initial position, the left limb is frequently lengthened.
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'y' varies little.
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|Upper Case Letters|
|s and p|
occasionally the scribe arches the top of long 's' over several letters, sometimes over several words.
'p' is frequently slanted to the left with a long descender.
Usage: his people