the scribe uses a mixture of single and double compartment graphs for 'a' with single compartment the favoured one.
the alternation of graphs appears to be random.
the scribe uses two versions of upper case 'A' on this folio. The bowl of each is square and the looped head is situated either to the right of the down-stroke, or to the left.
initial looped 'd' with angular lobe.
'd' in final position is frequently tagged.
the loop of 'd' appears squashed onto the lobe.
as with 'a', the scribe uses both anglicana and secretary graphs. Tailed 'g' is used most frequently.
double compartment 'g' with tag in final position. The scribe's use of each kind of graph appears to be random.
hairline cross-stroke at the head and tail looped round clockwise and continuing back to the body of the graph.
'h' in initial position with open head-stroke and tail turning counter-clockwise. The tail always turns counter-clockwise but sometimes it is just a small flick.
'h' in final position following 't'. On almost every occasion where 'h' follows 't', 'c' and 'g', it is crossed.
'h' following 'c' in final position.
upper case 'H' as the first letter of the folio.
once more the scribe uses a selection of graphs for 'r'. Long 'r', modern 'r' and 'z'-shaped 'r' are all found on this folio.
modern 'r' is also in use on this folio.
'z'-shaped 'r' is used frequently after all vowels and also after some round-bodied graphs.
long 's' is used in initial and medial positions.
sigma 's' is always used in final position and occasionally as the initial letter in a word.
sigma 's' in initial position.
upper case 'S' at the beginning of a line. A very square-shaped sigma graph.
'w' formed with two 'v's. The left arm is often separate.
'w' in final position. There is a single lobe to the right.
the scribe also has a looped headed 'w' in his repertoire.
upper case 'W' at the beginning of a line.
the left arm of 'y' is frequently separate from the right.
the tail of 'y' turns counter-clockwise.
upper case graph for the name of a place.