single compartment 'a' used most of the time. However, there are variations, as may be seen in version 4.
a square-shaped lobe for this 'a'.
upper case letter at the beginning of aline.
Usage: all armed
the scribe occasionally slips in a double compartment 'a'.
rounded looped 'd'.
'd' in final position with long descending tag.
'd' with lower lobe of slightly different shape.
the loop of 'd' sometimes extends back over previous graphs.
double compartment 'g' used throughout. The lower compartment is sometimes triangular in shape.
'g' is basically 8-shaped but the lower compartment is sometimes set at a slope.
'g' with the addition of the abbreviative mark for a plural ending.
'h' with tall triangular head-loop and sweeping tail which curves round under the graph.
'h' is almost always crossed in the combination 'th'.
long 'r' is always used in initial position.
'z'-shaped 'r' is always used after vowels.
long 'r' with flourish in final position.
sigma 's' is used in initial and final positions.
long 's' is used initially and medially. The graph frequently slopes backwards slightly as does the 'f' graph.
long 's' used in initial and medial positions.
'w' is looped and has the 'B'-shaped element to finish.
occasionally the middle loop is left open.
at the beginning of a line so possibly an upper case graph shape?
as with the first hand, the tail of 'y' is long, turning counter-clockwise and continuing beneath the following graphs.
the scribe has a tendency to slope the left arm of the letter backwards.
the first letter of a line and so could be considered an upper case graph which is exactly the same as the lower case example.
thorn plus a superscript letter or an abbreviative mark is used in the examples shown here. Thorn does not appear to be used in any other capacity on this folio.