single compartment lower case 'a' has either a square lobe or an oval one as in version 2.
all upper case 'A's are as here.
'd's are mainly unlooped as in this version.
an occasional looped 'd' is used. Here it occurs in final position with trailing tag.
'g' is tailed with horizontal slash leaving the lobe at the head. The tail is short and contained following a clockwise curve.
when 'g' is in final position, the horizontal slash ends in an upward curl.
(mispelt, perhaps because the word is carried over to the next line)
the head-stroke here has a horned look.
a deeply curved head-loop almost lying on the top of the shoulder.
the limb descends vertically.
there is no difference between upper and lower case graph.
'z'-shaped 'r' is used in all positions.
however, long 'r' is also used frequently but only in final position. Used here with flourish to represent a final 'e'.
'z'-shaped 'r' after 'f'.
long 's' is used in initial and medial positions.
kidney-shaped 's' is always used in final position.
long 's' frequently has a 'wing' to the left of the shaft.
in initial position, 'w' has a long curving approach stroke to the left limb which is not always linked to the rest of the graph.
'B'-shaped element to the right.
'y' and thorn are virtually identical in this scribe's hand.
the tail of 'y' may be a fine stroke as in version 1 or it may be thicker and slightly turned counter-clockwise as in this example.
the left limb is sometimes virtually detached from the rest of the graph.
|Thorn and Yogh|
it is easy to confuse 'y' and thorn.
thorn is used frequently for all purposes.
yogh is found occasionally as equivalent of 'gh' and of 'y'.
|'l' and 'k'|
'l' in final position, whether single or double is always crossed on the folio examined.
an unusual looking 'k'.