|This represents the Old English version of the text, which is exactly parallel in meaning with the Latin. The script is a modified form of insular minuscule, but many letters have a very similar form to those of the Latin text, while others have a diagnostically insular form.|
|Charter of Henry I to Christ Church, Canterbury, of 1123 (British Library, Campbell Chart. xxi 6). All images by permission of the British Library.|
|Click on each of the above to walk your way through the text. The transcript will appear in a separate window so that you can use it for reference at any time. These exercises are designed to guide you through the text, not test you, so you can cheat as much as you like.|
|Script sample for Latin text|
|Script sample for English text|
|Index of Exercises|
|Index of Scripts|
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