|Click on button under each letter to indicate an example in the text.|
|There is some variation in letter forms in this somewhat less than formal script. The only example of j is probably meant to be a capital, although the use of same is a bit erratic in 15th century scripts, but it often has a similar form as a minuscule letter.|
|French Popular Song, 15th century (Bibliothèque Nationale, ms. franç. 12744). All images from Bédier and Hazard 1923, p.118.|
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