Note the angularity in the formation of the characters, associated with later-medieval court hands




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******Characters used in this document
upper case lower case upper case lower case upper case lower case upper case lower case
A B * C ++ D
E F -- G ++ H +
I,J [ij] K -- -- L -- M +
N * ** O -- P -- Q -- +
R *
r and long r
S
s and long s
T -- U -- **
V -- * W -- X -- + Y --
Z -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
* Note that all these characters have an initial hairline stroke
+Note the downward strokes of these characters: h an elongated downward stroke; M the undertucking of the final minim; q the straight tail; x the looped tail; and y the direction of the tail
++Compare C and G
**Compare the minims in n and u - any difference?