Foliation in ink (1–7); also a stamped foliation which continues the
count from previous parts of the volume (97–103).
3 + II
Fols. 1–3 are pasted to guards in the gutter.
The fragment is bound with booklets of accounts from the same area. The
fragment is in good condition; partly this is due to conservation work that has
been done especially around the edges.
One unruled column with a varying number of lines.
One main hand writing a cursive. The hand appears to be the same one responsible
for a set of accounts bound within the same volume (
National Archives, 2014, fols. 1–18
A modern cardboard binding with blue covers. The same binding includes other
manuscripts, namely accounts from the same area and time.
registry of fines
. The same hand seems to have been responsible for a set of
accounts that is bound within the same volume. In spite of this common scribe, the
different parts of the volume were in all likelihood not connected before modern
The later history of the manuscript is unknown. Probably it was sent to
after its writing and shipped back to
. National Archives’ call-mark '2107' on a
label pasted to fol. 1.