straight-sided double compartment 'a' with crossbar is used throughout.
the shape of the upper loop varies slightly in the upper case graph.
both looped and unlooped 'd' are used seemingly at random.
tagged 'd' in final position.
both angular and rounded lobes for these 'd's.
both anglicana and secretary 'g' are used, again at random.
final 'g' with tag.
secretary 'g' with tail turning counter-clockwise to finish.
the tail-stroke may be contained neatly beneath the graph as in this example.
Usage: with stonding
it may also flick counter-clockwise to finish.
the first crossed 'h' in this example seems to represent an abbreviation for 'er'.
this may or may not be an upper case representation of 'H'. Upper case 'L' also has similar protuberances on the left of the stem so this may be the scribe's way of indicating an upper case graph.
long 'r' and modern 'r' are both used to no apparent pattern.
'z'-shaped 'r' follows 'o'.
modern 'r' with fine up-turn to finish.
long 's' is used in initial position.
kidney-shaped 's' and sigma 's' are both used in final position.
the upper case 'S'.
'w' is evenly formed and always stands above surrounding letters.
the size of 'w' compared with surrounding graphs is clearly visible in this example.
upper case graph touched with red. The same formation as the lower case letter.
'y' usually has a short return counter-clockwise on the tail.
|Thorn and Yogh|
thorn is not used frequently.
the single example of yogh on this folio.
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|Upper Case Letters|
floreated head on this upper case 'I'.