double compartment anglicana 'a' is used throughout.
here the heads of the two graphs are closed by hairlines.
upper case 'A' with distinctive square lobe.
a neat looped 'd' is used throughout.
'd' in final position with tag.
there is so little variation in this graph that it is difficult to find examples.
an expanded version of this word rather than the more usual abbreviated form. It still has a tagged final 't' that is found in the shortened examples.
in places an '8'-shaped 'g' is used.
a much more angular letter than in version 1.
serrated left side and decorated with vertical parallel lines.
'g' with abbreviative mark for the plural element.
the tail-stroke of 'h' is neatly contained. The stem is upright and the head is looped
at the beginning of a line and therefore perhaps an upper case letter. There is a slight foot at the base of the stem.
this letter 'H' follows an illuminated initial and is a more elaborate upper case letter than the one in version 3.
modern 'r' used most of the time in all positions.
long 'r' is rarely found on these folios but in final position it has a flourish probably for the missing 'e'..
'z'-shaped 'r' is used after round-bodied graphs.
a very upright upper case 'R' at the beginning of a line.
a 'B'-shaped 's' is used in final position.
a triangular sigma 's' occasionally used initially.
an elaborate version of upper case 'S'.
the most usual form of 'w'.
looped head for this 'w'.
'W' at the beginning of a line.
a more upright form of upper case 'W'.
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|Thorn and Yogh|
thorn is frequently used for any 'th' combination.
yogh is also used fairly frequently to represent the 'y' sound as well as 'gh'.
the scribe has a number of variations for upper case 'T'.
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