anglicana 'a' is used on these folios.
looped 'd' is the usual graph with angular lower lobe.
a flat head to the loop on this 'd'.
almost every final d is tagged
upper case 'D' with very angular 'Z' or '2' in front of the graph and double vertical strokes within the graph.
double compartment 'g' is used throughout. Each compartment is angular in shape.
'g' in final position with long descending tag from the extended horizontal slash.
'h' with looped head and short thick limb. The tail-stroke descends at a forty-five degree angle from the limb and does not turn counter-clockwise.
final crossed 'h' after 'c'.
an upper case 'H' defined by the strokes added to the left of the stem.
the scribe uses a selection of 'r' graphs. Long 'r', used here in initial position does not descend below the line.
modern 'r' in final position and tagged.
'z'-shaped 'r' is also used in final position
a very long approach stroke to this upper case graph.
sigma 's' is used in initial and final positions.
long 's' is also used in initial position as well as medially.
'w' has a looped head and the 'B'-shaped element to the right.
'W' in position at the beginning of a line and tipped with yellow.
'y' is mainly dotted. The tail is usually contained and often sits on the line.
|Thorn and Yogh|
both thorn and yogh are used. Thorn has a very short stem.
yogh has an angled approach stroke to the head and a long tail which ends below the line.
|Upper Case Letters|
the scribe seems to like parallel lines and double dots on his upper case letters.