The most common of all superscript marks used in Irish manuscripts is the suspension stroke. This page is intended to complement the corrresponding entry by gathering a variety of examples that illustrate its many usages and organising the collection in a way which readers may find convenient.
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For a general list of superscript marks, go to superscripts and subscripts.
Marks over single characters
Marks over digraphs, ligatures or multiple characters
Suspension strokes combined