square-shaped single compartment 'a'.
'a' in final position with horned head.
upper case 'A' with horizontal spread to the lower lobe and a loop at the head.
a neatly-formed looped 'd' graph.
'd' in final position frequently has an exaggerated downward flourish.
the scribe also uses unlooped 'd' .
although not at the beginning of a line, this is the scribe's upper case 'D'.
secretary tailed 'g' with horizontal stroke across the head.
sometimes the tail of 'g' curves back to the right. This is almost always the case in the 'gh' or 'ght' combination.
occasionally the tail of 'g' is very short indeed.
limb and tail-stroke of 'h' either neatly tucked away as here or turning counter-clockwise as in version 2.
'h' with almost no tail stroke.
upper case 'H' at the beginning of a line with tail-stroke extending far into the left margin.
both long 'r' and modern 'r' are used by this scribe.
modern 'r' with stem which curls up to join the detached shoulder stroke.
'z'-shaped 'r' is used after 'o'.
'r' in final position with long upward flourish.
a 6-shaped 's' is used in final position.
sigma 's' with horizontal extension used occasionally in final position.
the splayed aspect of 'ss'.
'w' usually comprises two angled arms with single lobe to the right. Occasionally there is a short looping approach stroke.
the scribe does have this variation with the two arms looped at the head.
yet another variation with the two arms billowing outwards to the left before curling back to close at the head. There is a B-shaped element to the right.
the tail of 'y' presents in a variety of ways. Here the tail descends at a 45 degree angle and there is no return.
a wide curve on the tail of this 'y'.
the tail of 'y' looped back up over the body of the letter.
in initial position in the line.
the stem of thorn is a thick stroke.
the 't' of the superscript letter sits over the v-shaped space between stem and the beginning of the lobe.
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