It has been pointed out that in this case we probably have a scribal error of Swedes for Slavs.
Larum here seems to be tautological, perhaps a scribal error.
On occasion, the Latin passages employ a scribal abbreviation 'q;' for 'qus', which has been retained.
In selfd 8, d is due to anticipation of the following word: in wid 10 d is scribal error for .
Tables similar to the one published by Rawlinson were compiled in the scribal school at Nippur.
The symbol used after q as a scribal abbreviation in Latin has been represented by ȝ.
Surely in the scribal play illustrated in Plate V, I is acting more like a fellow-worker than the author of the work.
The symbol used after q or q̄ as a scribal abbreviation in Latin has been represented by ȝ.
It is possible that the occurrence of Guthlaf as Garulf's father is simply a scribal error.
This accounts for one or two scribal errors, which are, however, easily detected and readily corrected.
c.1200, "professional interpreter of the Jewish Law" (late 11c. as a surname), from Church Latin scriba "teacher of Jewish law," used in Vulgate to render Greek grammateus (corresponding to Hebrew sopher "writer, scholar"), special use of Latin scriba "keeper of accounts, secretary, writer," from past participle stem of scribere "to write;" see script (n.). Sense "one who writes, official or public writer" in English is from late 14c.
"to write," mid-15c., from Latin scribere "to write" (see script (n.)).