Fernando Arana B

Fernando Arana B

Fernando Arana B
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Insular Minuscule (also known as Anglo-Saxon Minuscule) developed in the 8th century as a less ostentatious successor to insular half-uncial. The hand was used for vernacular books between the 8th and 11th centuries, also as glossing (notes) on earlier celtic manuscripts. (Set includes the old English characters of thorn, eth, wynne and historical letter forms such as long-s and long-e.)

Insular Minuscule (also known as Anglo-Saxon Minuscule) developed in the 8th century as a less ostentatious successor to insular half-uncial. The hand was used for vernacular books between the 8th and 11th centuries, also as glossing (notes) on earlier celtic manuscripts. (Set includes the old English characters of thorn, eth, wynne and historical letter forms such as long-s and long-e.)