|There is an occasional reversal of use of the letters b and v; abe for ave, turvata for turbata. There are also some small variants on the standard Vulgate text, for example audisset for vidisset. In Spain, evidently angels are heard rather than seen.|
|Mozarabic liturgy, 10th century (British Library, add. ms. 30844) All images by permission of the British Library.|
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