|Click on button under each letter to indicate an example in the text.|
|Some additional tricks to reading this script come with the use of ligatures. Notably, in letter combinations beginning with e, the e is raised and the whole combination contracted horizontally.|
|Annals of Lorsch Abbey, from 791 (Vatican Library, Palat. 966, f.31v). All images from Ehrle and Libaert 1932, Plate 28.|
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