as with the first scribe in this manuscript, this second scribe also uses a mixture of anglicana and secretary forms.
only very occasional use of single compartment 'a'.
both forms in the same word.
'd' is looped with small bowl and exaggerated loop.
'd' in ligature with 'e'.
'g' is double compartment with lower compartment sometimes flattened to a triangular shape and sometimes rounded as in version 2.
the upper case graph.
'h' with looped head and curving limb and tail-stroke.
after 'c' and 't', 'h' is sometimes but not always crossed.
on the top line the head-stroke is an angular hook.
again a random mixture of long 'r' and modern 'r' by this scribe. On this folio, long 'r' is always in initial position and sometimes in final position.
modern 'r' is used in medial and final positions on this folio.
'z'-shaped 'r' is used after 'o'. Otiose stroke descends almost vertically from the lower left.
flourished long 'r' in final position.
sigma 's' is used in initial and final positions.
long 's' is used occasionally in initial position and always in medial position.
anglicana looped 'w' is used at all times.
the head-loops are almost always closed.
upper case graph at the beginning of a line with foot to the left limb.
'y' and thorn are frequently indistinguishable.
the scribe has two forms of thorn, one which is the same as 'y' and a second which is more like a usual thorn graph.
|Yogh and Upper Case Letters|
there is only a single yogh on this folio.