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Tell Kaif, Qalb Al-Aqdas Chaldean Church, QACCT 11, f. 26v. All rights reserved. Image provided by HMML.

 

Again, there are no Serto shapes, and these are all common Estrangela forms. The colophon is in East Syriac, in contrast to the main text's Estrangela. The taller letters (ṭēt, lāmad, tāw) are especially tall. Mim and nun, in final forms, have very thin descenders. Only a few other features call for comment:

Distinctive Letterforms
ālap
  • a very thin leg on the right with a dot on the bottom
gāmal
  • dot on the bottom
yod
  • very small in final form
semkat
  • pointed loops, the left one taller
Distinctive Letterforms
ālap
  • a very thin leg on the right with a dot on the bottom
gāmal
  • dot on the bottom
yod
  • very small in final form
semkat
  • pointed loops, the left one taller