written in the empty margins and occasionally over the original text. Partly by
, partly by another scribe
Paper (fol. 125 parchment)
1 + 124 + 1 folios. 23cm × 30cm
Medieval and modern foliation; the medieval foliation is split into two
different sections: fols. 1–105 in arabic numerals (the foliation predates the
excising of several leaves and ends at 165), fols. 106–124 (XVII–XLV) with roman
numerals. The added parchment leaf (fol. 125) is marked as 'folium primum'. Most
of the documents are provided with a title.
i + (VI–5)
Missing folia: in I, the first, three last, and the folio between 6 and 7
are missing; II, only the right half of the innermost bifolium has survived;
III, the last two folios of the quire are missing; IV, the last folio is
missing; V, the last folio of the quire and that between 32 and 33 are missing;
VI, the first folio and five between 43 and 44 are missing; IX, the first folio
and four between 69 and 70 are missing; XI, first two folios and one between 79
and 80 are missing; XII, three folios between 90 and 91, and the last of the
quire are missing; XIII, the inner bifolium and one folio between 97 and 98 are
missing; XIV, one folio between 101 and 102, two inner bifolia and the last of
the quire are missing; XV, the second folio (XXVII) of the quire is
Variants of four watermark motifs;
), fols. 1–39 (except fols. 11–16);
drinking vessel with cover above crown and a leaf
), fols. 11–16; unidentified
fols. 40–84; and
), fols. 106–124.
The cartulary is in places in poor
condition. It has suffered water damage while several leaves, including two
entire quires (after the present quire VIII), have been cut out or ripped off.
The two last quires (fols. 106–124) were originally part of an another
One column with a varying number of lines; no ruling.
Littera Gothica Cursiva, several scribes.
additions in last two quires are, at least partly,
written in a humanistic script by Canon