straight-sided double compartment 'a' with cross-bar between the compartments.
slight evidence of a horned head in this graph.
the upper case 'A'.
unlooped 'd' with short stroke at the head to close the lobe.
'd' is always in ligature with a following 'e'.
upper case 'D' in the Latin gloss.
anglicana double compartment 'g' is used throughout. The upper compartment is rounded, the lower is triangular.
slight hook-like extension to the right of the lower lobe.
upper case letter at the beginning of a line.
the stem of 'h' is frequently split at the head.
however, the scribe also uses this 'h' with curved head-stroke.
modern 'r' is used most of the time in all positions.
'r' in final position with upward tag to finish.
'z'-shaped 'r' has otiose stroke descending from the bottom left side of the graph.
long 'r' is found occasionally in the text as well as in the marginal glosses.
long 's' is used in initial and medial positions.
kidney-shaped 's' is used in final position.
8-shaped 's' is also used in final position.
this is probably the 'w' graph which is most represented on the folios examined. The central limb has a hairline extension at the top which curls over to the right.
'w' may also be found without the hairline extension.
an unusual 'W' with separate left limb and forked head to the central stroke.
'y' is often, though not always dotted. The tail-stroke often begins to curve counter-clockwise almost immediately after the fork.
wavy descenders, the first turning back clockwise to finish.
the left limb of 'y' is vertical in most examples.
thorn is used quite frequently but the scribe also uses 'th'.
thorn here is open at the head.
yogh is used occasionally.
|Upper Case Letters|
an upper case 'N' very similar to one of Scribe D's graphs.
an alternative 'N' also very similar to the preferred graph of Scribe D.