the scribe uses an anglicana 'a' with double compartment most of the time.
however, he does use secretary single compartment 'a' occasionally.
the upper compartment often displays a horizontal squeezed aspect.
upper case 'A' with squarish lower lobe.
both lobe and loop of 'd' have an oval appearance.
Usage: and do
double compartment 'g' with both compartments approximately the same size.
Usage: A mong
'g' in final position with a circle attached to the horizontal finishing stroke.
Usage: a bought
'h' is evenly formed with curled tail.
'h' following 'g' and 'c' is always crossed.
upper case 'H' with triangular head-stroke.
there are only a few examples of 'r' on this folio and they are long 'r' and 'z'-shaped 'r'.
the final 'e' is attached to the end of the right arm of 'r'.
'z'-shaped 'r' is used after all vowels, after round-bodied graphs and occasionally after other letters as well.
both long 's' and sigma 's' are used in initial positions. Sigma 's' is also used in final position.
kidney-shaped 's' in final position.
long 's' is also used in medial positions.
upper case 'S' which is circular with diagonal internal line.
the head strokes of 'w' are closed with 'B'-shaped element to the right.
the left limb of 'w' is frequently set higher than the right.
'y' may or may not be dotted.
the second stroke of 'y' makes contact with the first stroke close to the head of that stroke.
thorn is used for all pronouns and demonstrative adjectives as well as for verb endings where appropriate.
Usage: A cordeþ
the stem begins as a thick stroke at the head but tapers to a fine point to finish.
thorn is also used to replace 'th' on some occasions.
|Upper Case Letters|
upper case graphs similar to those of hand A. 'T' consists of three strokes with the body of the graph a curving 'C'.
angualr 'Z' or '2'-shaped element in front of the graph.