two columns with vertical bounding lines and 39–41 lines of
text. Prickings for horizontal lines visible in the outer margin.
One main hand writing a cursive of
Modest lombards for the initials filled in afterwards with a brownish ink.
A modern half-binding with cardboard covers. A modern flyleaf has been entered
before and after the fragment.
The manuscript fragment contains part of St
’s legend, written in
(possibly the first half)
. The liturgy and text variants point towards
Diocese of Turku
as a place of origin. The leaf betrays
no evidence of its reuse or when it was lifted from the manuscript. There are no
markings or folds that indicate use as an account wrapper, book pastedown or
National Library of Sweden
’s shelf-mark ‘A 129’ on the covers. A
note on the inner front cover says that the fragment was removed from a depository