single compartment 'a' sometimes of the horned variety as here.
a more oval compartment for this 'a'.
upper case 'A' appears with or without a curving extension to the left of the graph.
'd' may be unlooped or looped as in version 2. The lobe of 'd' is almost square.
a rounder lobe and upper loop with tag to finish on this 'd' in final position.
tailed 'g' is consistently formed.
the right stroke begins above the level of the left side of the compartment.
the looped head of 'h' is angled forward and the tail turns counter-clockwise to link on to the next graph.
occasionally the stem of 'h' has a foot as may be seen in the second example of 'h' in this word.
an elaborate foot on the ascender of this upper case graph although the formation of the remainder of the letter is the same as the lower case version.
the shoulder of 'r' is a thick stroke either separate as here, or joined as in version 3.
in final position 'r' is sometimes flourished.
'z'-shaped 'r' follows 'o' and round-bodied graphs.
long 's' is used in initial and medial positions.
a six-shaped horned 's' is found in all final positions.
serpentine 'S' with separate, short, curved head-stroke.
in initial position the left limb of 'w' tends to be taller than the second element.
in medial positions, 'w' appears at the same level as surrounding graphs.
upper case 'W' at the beginning of a line with arching approach stroke from the left margin.
'y' is consistently formed and like 'h' has a tail which turns counter-clockwise and continues to join to the next graph.
there are no thorns in this extract and just two yoghs, both equivalent of the 'gh' element.
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