Contemporary foliation with roman numerals in the upper margin, starting
from the beginning of the
visible on fol. 53, ‘lij’). Modern foliation in the upper right margin, starting
from the first leaf.
The manuscript in general is in decent shape. The first and the last
folia have suffered the most damage. The tops of the two first folia and of fol.
54 are torn. Fols. 55–56 survive only as unfoliated stubs.
The manuscript contains at least two different watermarks. A
‘P’ on its own
(appearing in the two first quires), is dated by
Mildveden (1972, 12 n. 33)
letter ‘P’ with a cross (or a flower) over its stem
(appearing in the other quires) mostly resembles marks known from
, Abt. X, 133
Abt. XII, 33 and 561
(as has been pointed out
Heikkilä 2009, 229
One column with vertical bounding lines in ink. Number of lines
varies between 22 and 31, usually
One main hand writing a cursive from the
second half of
saec. XV or first half of saec. XVI
. The scribe in question was
Nicolaus Jacobi Byrkop
, who signed his name in several
places (see below). Another, somewhat later, hand writes additions at the beginning
and end of the manuscript.
Simple red initials with occasional pen-drawn decoration. On fols.