double compartment 'a' used throughout.
upper case 'A'.
upper case 'A' with red paraph to the left.
'd' is looped. The lower lobe may be round, oval or more pointed as in version 2.
a triangular lobe and loop which arches back over previous graphs.
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a rounded 8-shaped 'g' with both compartments of roughly equal size.
'g' with flat head and abbreviative mark for a plural element.
'h' has a triangular head-loop.
a rare example of the tail-stroke of the scribe's 'h' turning to the right rather than being tucked under.
a higher ascender than usual for the top line of the text.
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long 'r' used most of the time.
'z'-shaped 'r' used after round graphs.
'r' in final position with flourish.
modern 'r' used rarely.
kidney-shaped 's' used in final position.
sigma 's' used in initial and also final position.
long 's' is used both initially and medially. The shaft can be longer or shorter dependant on the following letter. There is sometimes a small bifurcation at the top of the shaft.
loop-headed 'w' with 'b'-shaped element to the right.
the central loop of 'w' stands proud of the elements to either side.
upper case 'W' from the gloss in the right margin of this folio.
the tail of 'y' is uniformly a much finer stroke than those used for the body of the graph.
this may be the scribe's upper case letter preceded by a red paraph.
thorn is used frequently. Superscript letters sit in the fork at the top of the graph created between stem and lobe of thorn.
an approach stroke and angled beginning to the stem of thorn.
the lobe of thorn is oval.
Usage: A mark similar to a semi-colon is used frequently by the scribe. Here it occurs at the end of a phrase.
this mark occurs after the final word of the folio at the end of a phrase.
Usage: The mark occurs here in a position where a modern semi-colon might be used.
Usage: Occurs after the word 'done'. An ampersand follows to lead in to the next phrase.
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Usage: A 'z'-shaped ampersand with vertical stroke descending from the starting point of the graph.
Usage: A rare use of ampersand with stroke above.