Markup Conventions Used
The following general conventions have been followed:
- Use of Capitals and punctuation is conventional (at present punctuation and
capitalisation is not consistent).
- e-caudata has been represented by æ.
- The OE characters wynn and yogh have been represented by w and g
- bold indicates restored material.
- scribal insertions, usually above the line, are indicated in superscript.
- Where characters are unreadable and no plausible restoration is
possible, the missing characters have been as: .
- Tironian "and" has been represented as 7.
- all other abbreviations have been silently expanded.
Where there have been small scale emendments by a later scribe, then the emended word(s) will
have a link to an explanatory note. Where there is a larger scale emendment, then the following
convention will be used:
- 755 actually 757
Some text by main scribe for this section.
Some text by the main scribe, erased by someone.
[Hand xx: some text by an emending scribe].
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