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|Abbreviations are few, and mainly consist of the nomina sacra terms. This is just a sample from one section. To find them all, work through the text pages with the transcript window open. I have not included the ampersand character as an abbreviation, as it is actually a ligature for et. and appears in that form within words as well as on its own. Perhaps that is where it originated.|
|Gallican Lectionary, 7th century (Paris, Bibliothèque nationale, fonds latin 9427, f.143). All images from Steffens 1929, Plate 25.|
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