Hand: Gloss (7 spiwan, 1r), Bodleian Lat. th. c.4 (1926*)
- Gloss (7 spiwan, 1r)
- Bodleian Lat. th. c.4 (1926*)
- Saec. xi in.
- Unknown (Worces or York?)
Stokes, English Vernacular Script, ca 990–ca 1035, Vol. 2 (PhD Thesis, University of Cambridge, 2006)
This gloss was written with a thin pen, is somewhat forward-leaning, and is quite tall and narrow. Although Ker reported Caroline a,Ker, Catalogue, p. 418 (no. 340) the form is more teardrop in that the back is straight and extends slightly above the top of the body but does not hook over the top. The descenders are about minim-length and taper slightly. The shoulder of n branches from close to the base-line. Long s was used, the hook narrow and the down-stroke extending to full descender-length. The top of 7 turns up sligtly on the right, and the down-stroke is straight.