|While this is the heading, note that there is no fancy heading script and only the first letter G is capitalised, even when names are present. The heading script is simply an enlarged version of the minuscule script of the main text and, as we can now see with a colour illustration, it is in rubric.|
|Suetonius De Vita Caesarum, late 12th century (British Library, Egerton 3055, f.2) All images by permission of the British Library. Images are made available by the British Library under a Creative Commons licence.|
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