|I've left the J and V and W blank for your own versions.|
I recently traced these Original Medieval letters from a page that provided models for an illuminator to dramatize a paragraph once a scribe had lettered the text. These letters are much more individual than modern versions, which tend to try to look like a font with uniform letter bodies and line endings. Sometimes tracing is the only thing that will keep you from needlessly improving and updating an alphabet--not necessarily a bad thing but it's hard to stop doing.
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Tracing calligraphy is like historical re-enactment; you learn to do what the person of the period did, without trying to impose your own interpretation onto it.