double compartment 'a' is used throughout.
'a' is fairly consistently formed.
upper case 'A' at the beginning of a line and washed with yellow.
(first 'd') the scribe has both looped and unlooped 'd'. The lower lobe is triangular.
final 'd' is often tagged.
the scribe also uses unlooped 'd' occasionally. There does not seem to be any specific reason for the selection of this 'd' rather than the looped version.
both types of 'd' are used in this word.
double compartment 'g' is always used.
in final position 'g' is tagged.
the lower compartment is set at a slight angle giving the graph a tilted appearance.
'h' is neatly executed with tail-stroke contained beneath the graph.
after 'c', 't' and 'g', 'h' is often, though not always crossed.
modern 'r' is used in all positions.
final 'r' is frequently flourished, probably for missing final 'e'.
'z'-shaped 'r' has a trailing otiose stroke descending from the lower left of the graph.
an 'r' in the scribe's display script.
long 's' is always used in initial and medial positions.
the scribe uses both kidney 's' and 8-shaped 's' in final position.
'w' comes in a variety of forms. Here the limbs turn to the right with the second stroke left open at the head.
here the limbs lean backwards slightly.
in this example there are two closed loops at the head.
sometimes 'y' is 'dotted' with a separate curved stroke with tail.
the fork of the graph is generally at the lower level of surrounding graphs.
curvature of the tail-stroke varies.
|Thorn and Yogh|
thorn is mainly used for the definite article and demonstratives.
yogh is used as equivalent of the element 'y'.
it is also used to represent the 'z' sound.
|Upper Case Letters|
upper case 'A' in the scribe's display script for the title.