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|Abbreviations are not numerous. Note that above the abbreviated Latin et, the Anglo-Saxon gloss uses the Tironian et sign as an abbreviation for and.|
|Lindisfarne Gospels, late 7th century (British Library, Cotton Nero DIV, f.5v). All images by permission of the British Library.|
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