double compartment anglicana 'a' is used throughout.
'a' often stands above the level of surrounding graphs.
this upper case 'A' is used a few times on this folio.
this double compartment 'A' is the one most frequently used for the upper case letter on this folio.
'd' is looped with a loop that usually resolves on the lower part of the lobe rather than copleting a complete loop.
upper case 'D' at the beginning of a line.
'g' is always a double compartment letter on this folio.
all final 'g's on this folio have a looped extension to finish. Such an addition might be taken as an 'es' abbreviation, but this is clearly not the case here.
sometimes the lower compartment of 'g' does not connect back to the upper compartment.
the 'ght' combination.
the scribe's regular lower case 'h'.
two examples of the scribe's 'ch' combination in this word.
upper case 'H' at the beginning of a line. It does not differ from the lower case graph.
long 'r' is used throughout except after 'o' and round-bodied graphs.
'r' in final position with flourish perhaps for missing final 'e'?
'z'-shaped 'r' is used after 'o' and other round-bodied graphs.
sigma 's' is used in initial and final positions.
sigma 's' in final position.
long 's' is used in medial positions.
the upper case graph is just an enlarged version of the lower case one.
'w' in initial position. The scribe's 'w', wherever they occur in a word are always much bigger than surrounding graphs.
'w' in final position.
the scribe frequently uses the shortened form of 'with'.
'W' is upper case because of its position at the beginning of a line. There is no difference at all between the upper and lower case graphs.
'y' in initial position. The tail of 'y' is often a straight line set at a forty-five degree angle from the body of the graph.
'y' in final position.
'y' is often dotted. The tail-stroke varies from a straight line to the strange configuration of the second 'y' in this example.
'Y' in initial position in a line. The graph is the same whether lower case or a possible upper case version as here.
|Upper Case Letters|
upper case 'T'.