|This shows the top half of the verso of the page, showing verses 43 to 48 of the Psalm. There are several fine slashes representing the dots on i, but unfortunately one of them seems to be over the u of latitudine. See, manuscripts are not perfect. In this section, dot and tick marks in lines 1 and 8 definitely appear to have been squashed in later, after the line was written.|
|Psalter or Breviary, 13th century. From a private collection. Photographs © Dianne Tillotson.|
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