text employs some rather elaborate abbreviation marks, and there is a
series of complex punctuation marks, presumably designed to give very
precise instructions for reading aloud, if only we knew the code.
Some small words, like ad, de or in run into the following words without a space.
|Mozarabic liturgy, 10th century (British Library, add. ms. 30844) All images by permission of the British Library.|
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