Gothic uncial A, 1480, Rouen.

A, Gothic Uncial

Gothic uncial A, 1480, Rouen.

Gothic uncial B, 1480, Pontificale of Johann II., Archbishop of Trier.

B, Gothic Uncial

Gothic uncial B, 1480, Pontificale of Johann II., Archbishop of Trier.

Capital B, 12th century,Breviarium Cassinese, Bibliotheque Mazarine, Paris.

B, Romanesque

Capital B, 12th century,Breviarium Cassinese, Bibliotheque Mazarine, Paris.

Gothic uncial C, 1480, Rouen.

C, Gothic Uncial

Gothic uncial C, 1480, Rouen.

The Romanesque circular panel is a design found on a 12th century manuscript.

Romanesque Circular Panel

The Romanesque circular panel is a design found on a 12th century manuscript.

Capital D, 12th century.

D, Romanesque

Capital D, 12th century.

Capital E, AD 990, Echternach evangeliarum, Gotha.

E, Romanesque

Capital E, AD 990, Echternach evangeliarum, Gotha.

Gothic uncial alphabet, 1349, St. Margaret's, King's Lynn, England.

Gothic Uncial Alphabet

Gothic uncial alphabet, 1349, St. Margaret's, King's Lynn, England.

Gothic uncial alphabet, 14th century.

Gothic Uncial Alphabet

Gothic uncial alphabet, 14th century.

Gothic uncial H, 1480, Pontificale of Johann II., Archbishop of Trier.

H, Gothic Uncial

Gothic uncial H, 1480, Pontificale of Johann II., Archbishop of Trier.

Gothic uncial H, 14th century.

H, Gothic Uncial

Gothic uncial H, 14th century.

Gothic uncial I, 1480, Pontificale of Johann II., Archbishop of Trier.

I, Gothic Uncial

Gothic uncial I, 1480, Pontificale of Johann II., Archbishop of Trier.

Gothic uncial I, 1480, Pontificale of Johann II., Archbishop of Trier.

I, Gothic Uncial

Gothic uncial I, 1480, Pontificale of Johann II., Archbishop of Trier.

Capital I, 12th century, British Museum.

I, Romanesque

Capital I, 12th century, British Museum.

The northern interlacement band is a pattern that is also known as Celtic, Anglo-Saxon, Norman, Scandinavian and Old Frankish. Its is a richly complicated interlacement design. This design comes from a manuscript ornament of the 8th and 9th century.

Northern Interlacement Band

The northern interlacement band is a pattern that is also known as Celtic, Anglo-Saxon, Norman, Scandinavian…

The northern interlacement band is a pattern that is also known as Celtic, Anglo-Saxon, Norman, Scandinavian and Old Frankish. Its is a richly complicated interlacement design. This design comes from a manuscript ornament of the 8th and 9th century.

Northern Interlacement Band

The northern interlacement band is a pattern that is also known as Celtic, Anglo-Saxon, Norman, Scandinavian…

The northern interlacement band is a pattern that is also known as Celtic, Anglo-Saxon, Norman, Scandinavian and Old Frankish. Its is a richly complicated interlacement design. This design comes from a manuscript ornament of the 8th and 9th century.

Northern Interlacement Band

The northern interlacement band is a pattern that is also known as Celtic, Anglo-Saxon, Norman, Scandinavian…

The northern interlacement band is a pattern that is also known as Celtic, Anglo-Saxon, Norman, Scandinavian and Old Frankish. Its is a richly complicated interlacement design. This design comes from a manuscript ornament of the 8th and 9th century.

Northern Interlacement Band

The northern interlacement band is a pattern that is also known as Celtic, Anglo-Saxon, Norman, Scandinavian…

Gothic uncial L, 15th century.

L, Gothic Uncial

Gothic uncial L, 15th century.

Gothic uncial M, 15th century.

M, Gothic Uncial

Gothic uncial M, 15th century.

Gothic uncial M, 14th century.

M, Gothic Uncial

Gothic uncial M, 14th century.

Gothic uncial M, end of 15th century.

M, Gothic Uncial

Gothic uncial M, end of 15th century.

"A papyrus of the first century A.D., containing the Ten Commandments. It was discovered in Egypt."—Webster, 1913

Ancient Hebrew Manuscript

"A papyrus of the first century A.D., containing the Ten Commandments. It was discovered in Egypt."—Webster,…

Capital N, 9th or 10th century.

N, Romanesque

Capital N, 9th or 10th century.

Gothic uncial O, 1480, Pontificale of Johann II., Archbishop of Trier.

O, Gothic Uncial

Gothic uncial O, 1480, Pontificale of Johann II., Archbishop of Trier.

Gothic uncial O, 1480, Pontificale of Johann II., Archbishop of Trier.

O, Gothic Uncial

Gothic uncial O, 1480, Pontificale of Johann II., Archbishop of Trier.

Gothic uncial O, 14th century.

O, Gothic Uncial

Gothic uncial O, 14th century.

Gothic uncial P, 1480, Rouen.

P, Gothic Uncial

Gothic uncial P, 1480, Rouen.

Gothic uncial P, end of 15th century.

P, Gothic Uncial

Gothic uncial P, end of 15th century.

An extemporaneous speaker on the left and a speaker confined to a manuscript on the right.

Public Speaking

An extemporaneous speaker on the left and a speaker confined to a manuscript on the right.

Capital Q, 12th century.

Q, Romanesque

Capital Q, 12th century.

Capital Q, AD 990, Echternach evangeliarum, Gotha.

Q, Romanesque

Capital Q, AD 990, Echternach evangeliarum, Gotha.

Alphabet, beginning of the 8th century, Saint Cuthbert's evangeliarium, British Museum.

Romanesque Alphabet

Alphabet, beginning of the 8th century, Saint Cuthbert's evangeliarium, British Museum.

Alphabet, 10th century, British Museum.

Romanesque Alphabet

Alphabet, 10th century, British Museum.

Gothic uncial T, 14th century.

T, Gothic Uncial

Gothic uncial T, 14th century.

Capital T, 12th century, Berlin Museum.

T, Romanesque

Capital T, 12th century, Berlin Museum.

Gothic uncial V, 1480, Rouen.

V, Gothic Uncial

Gothic uncial V, 1480, Rouen.

Gothic uncial X, 1480, Pontificale of Johann II., Archbishop of Trier.

X, Gothic Uncial

Gothic uncial X, 1480, Pontificale of Johann II., Archbishop of Trier.