single compartment 'a' used throughout. The down-stroke is usually set at a slant from the main compartment.
there is little variation in the formation of 'a'.
looped 'd' used throughout. Generally, the lobe is small and the loop tall but rounded.
final looped 'd' with long, straight downward tag to finish. 'd' is frequently tagged in this position.
Usage: to gedders
'd' is quite upright and similarly formed in every situation.
'd' with continuous stroke to oin with final 'e'.
tailed 'g' with oval compartment and a thick, sweeping and tapering tail.
'g' in final position with extended horizontal stroke through the head.
the second 'g' in this combination appears horned because of the horizontal joining stroke running from the first 'g' through to final 'e'.
'g' in final position with attached symbol for the 'es' plural tag.
a typical 'h' with looped head leading to a curved stem, angled shoulder and a parallel counter-clockwise return.
the cross-bar from 't' leads in to the head-stroke of 'h'. This time the tail-stroke turns sharply clockwise, crossing the shoulder stroke to begin the following 'e'.
the 'ght' combination.
long 'r' is used most of the time in every position except after 'o' and some round-bodied graphs.
long 'r' in final position with fork below the level of other long graphs and a wide opening leading to a small curve downwards at the shoulder.
'z'-shaped 'r' after 'o' and also some round-bodied graphs.
long 's' is used in initial and medial positions.
6-shaped 's' always used in final position.
long 's' in combination with 'h'.
the left limb of 'w' is upright. Sometimes there is a lead-in stroke to begin.
'w' in final position.
the scribe frequently uses this abbreviated form of 'with'.
the scribe does not use upper case letters on this folio. His power case 'w' is probably exactly the same as his upper case one.
a lead-in stroke to the curved left limb stroke. The tail turns counter-clockwise.
the tail of 'y' is straight with no return.
a wonderful spelling for 'visiting'. A collection of 'y's with a variety of shapes, all in the same word.
a 'y' with shallow 'v'-shaped body set at the level of the shoulder of the preceding 'h'.