|Click on the button below each letter to indicate an example in the text.|
|As this is a relatively informal script, the letter forms are somewhat variable. The examples indicated are the clearer and more definitive versions of letters. Others can pose difficulties, such as untangling the rows of minims where i, n, u or v occur together, or distinguishing between s and e at the ends of words, when both can be reduced to a little flourish.|
|Acquittance of 1383, from the collection of Rob Schäfer. All images © Rob Schäfer.|
|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 this example|
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