double compartment 'a' used throughout.
the scribe's upper case letter.
Usage: A. benedicite
looped 'd' used throughout which varies little.
'd' in final position sometimes attracts a tag.
'd' so squashed that it appears to be a round 'e'.
double compartment 'g' looking very much like the number '8'.
the scribe uses the same abbreviative mark for the plural 'es'.
a thick limb which curves in this example but is frequently straight.
'h' is sometimes crossed in the 'ght' combination.
'h' is also crossed after 't'.
the sequence of the scribe's strokes are visible in this example.
long 'r' is used the majority of the time.
modern 'r' is used occasionally.
long 'r' with flourish probably to replace a missing final 'e'.
example to show the angle of 'r' which gives a forward impetus to the hand.
sigma 's' always used in final position. Very occasionally it is used initially (see version 4).
long 's' almost always used in initial position and always medially.
upper case 'S' at the beginning of a line.
sigma 's' in initial position.
'w' may be as in this example with a single lobe to the right of the graph, or as in the other examples, with a 'B'-shaped element at the right.
some 'w's have loops to begin which are almost horizontal.
most of the scribe's 'y's have an extended horizontal tail.
Usage: many one
thorn is used occasionally but each of these words is also written with 'th' rather than thorn.