|Click on button under each letter to indicate an example in the text.|
|Note that v is not differentiated from u, except where it occurs at the beginning of a word. The only example of w is actually as a capital at the beginning of a name, but this letter tends to have the same shape in majuscule or minuscule form.|
|Appeal to the Holy See of 1281, from the collection of Rob Schäfer. All images © Rob Schäfer.|
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