Hand: Minor Glossator (approx. 27 glosses), CCCC 326
- Minor Glossator (approx. 27 glosses)
- CCCC 326
- Saec. xi in.
- Unknown (CaCC?)
Stokes, English Vernacular Script, ca 990–ca 1035, Vol. 2 (PhD Thesis, University of Cambridge, 2006)
A comparatively small number of glosses were added in later hands which Ker tentatively dated ‘s. xi in.?’;Ker, Catalogue, p. 107 (no. 61). unlike the main glossator, these scribes used Insular letter-forms. They show horned e, open-tailed g, low and occasionally high s, horned æ, single-compartment and flat-topped a, round and straight-limbed undotted y, and the occasional tall e and æ.