the majority of the scribe's 'a's are single compartment. However, he has a tendency to include the upper case version of 'A' when 'a' begins a word, or even in the middle of a word.
last word in a line so not an upper case graph.
here the 'a' is the second letter but stands far above surrounding graphs.
an upper case 'A' at the beginning of a line tipped in red.
the scribe's 'd's are looped and the bowl is quite angular.
'd' in final position is frequently tagged with short downward stroke attached to the extended loop-stroke.
the scribe's 'g's are mainly double compartment.
there is an occasional single compartment tailed graph with horned head.
final 'g' has quite a long horizontal extension from the middle of the upper lobe.
the tail of 'h' ends in a counter-clockwise turn.
it appears that the 'h' after the 't' is crossed but it may just be the scribe extending the cross-bar of 't'.
occasionally the stem has a turned foot.
long 'r' is used in all positions.
in final position 'r' is often flourished perhaps to indicate a missing 'e'.
'z'-shaped 'r' is mainly used after vowels and round-bodied graphs.
the body of the sigma 's' is square-shaped. It is used in initial and in final position.
long 's' may be used initially and also medially.
'w' has double head-loops but the height and spread may vary with individual graphs.
'y' is essentially the same throughout.
sometimes the second stroke does not connect with the left of the fork, leaving a gap.
the tail is generally set at the same angle with counter-clockwise turn.
|Thorn and Yogh|
thorn is not used very much on this folio.
again yogh is used as equivalent of both 'y' and 'gh'.
|Upper Case Letters|