4.—9th Century. From an Anglo-Saxon MS. Battel Abbey.details

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Image title: 4.—9th Century. From an Anglo-Saxon MS. Battel Abbey.
Source: Delamotte, F.: “Ornamental Alphabets, Ancient and Mediæval” (1879)
Keywords: initials, alphabets, lettering, fonts, typography, greyscale
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Today called Battle Abbey. Someone made a font from a Dover reprint of this alphabet—Rob Anderson, I think. There is no coyright statement on the font, which was probably originally a PostScript Type 1 font converted to TrueType. I don’t think the readme in the zip file corresponds to it exactly.

Battel Abbey Font

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