single compartment lower case 'a' is used throughout.
the simpler form of upper case 'A'.
this much more complicated version of upper case 'A' is used frequently by the scribe.
looped 'd' is used throughout and is amazingly consistent.
'd' in final position has a brief upward extension of the loop stroke.
upper case 'D'.
tailed 'g' is used throughout with horned head and counter-clockwise turn of the tail.
'g' in final position with curl on the extended horizontal stroke.
a tail which turns clockwise and extends in a horizontal line beneath preceding graphs.
looped head grazing the shoulder, and a short limb with tiny tail-stroke curling clockwise.
a crossed 'h' after 'c'.
a more elaborate 'h' perhaps because it is from the Latin gloss.
a different form of upper case 'H'.
modern 'r' is used occasionally in initial and final positions.
'z'-shaped 'r' is used almost all the time and in every position.
upper case 'R' with looped approach stroke to the long curving stem of the graph.
long 's' is used in initial position. The stem is generally short and fat with a head-stroke which forms a triangle and a small point at the base of the stem.
kidney 's' is used in final position.
upper case 'S'.
the left limb of 'w' is much taller than the rest of the graph.
even within a word, the left limb extends above the top of surrounding graphs.
the upper case graph is the same as the lower case one.
the body of 'y' varies little. The tail varies in length and curvature.
'y' may be dotted.
Usage: ofte tyme
in the lower margin the tail of 'y' is extended, elaborately looped and decorated with two pairs of short parallel lines.
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