both double and single compartment 'a' are used by this scribe.
occasional use of the secretary form of 'a'.
the usual form of upper case 'A'.
an elaborate upper case 'A' at the end of the final colophon.
looped 'd' is used thoughout.
angular lobe and 'd' in final position with tag.
the upper case version of 'D'.
'd's are of a fairly uniform shape.
double compartment 'g' is always used.
'g' is sometimes set at a slight angle. A curled addition to the horizontal slash on 'g' in final position.
tail-stroke of 'h' usually curls round and back to the base of the stem.
a more elaborate 'h' with space above for an extended stem.
from the final colophon.
the more elaborate upper case 'H' used in the explicit.
long 'r' and modern 'r' are both in evidence.
long 'r' showing the fork level with the mid-point of the preceding letter 'e'.
sigma 's' is used initially and in final position.
8-shaped 's' in final position from the scribe's display script in the colophon.
the upper case graph.
long 's' used initially and medially.
anglicana 'w' with looped head and the 'B'-shaped element to the right.
the scribe's upper case letter with a more exaggerated sweep for the left limb which curves over the middle loop and the 'B'-shaped element to the right.
'y' with a vertical left limb and a wide sweep to the tail.
from final colophon.
|Thorn and Yogh|
thorn is used quite frequently for articles, pronouns and demonstratives.
used in the final explicit. Thorn is also used for the third person present tense ending.
yogh occurs infrequently and only seems to be used to replace the 'y' element.
Usage: Ampersand sometimes has a curved and looped stroke above.
Usage: Ampersand with simple arched stroke above.