Modern foliation in ink in the upper right margin. The foliation skips
the flyleaves in the beginning and the end (one unnumbered flyleaf at the
beginning and nine at the end of the manuscript), and the three blank leaves
following fol. 17.
: ‘Item J tesse book finness tesso artikuli som gwnnar baggie
haffwer scriffued aff konungh Karls book i(?) gwdz wald är och konung affuer alth
Swärikie waar etc. Här Steen stwre Swärikis rike forstondare Arum äpter gudz
födilssä tiid mcdlxxx3
In vigilia sancti henrici cumpletum est h[unc?] per
manus gwnnar baggie Rike[se]ndz forestondare här sten [stwre] ... a abo ... scal
[bröröms] närware[nde] g[re]g[ir]s Jacopsson I ware daga gaff nadogh här biscop
koort vi(?) lester(?) til hälegga hemming sancteras’. The bishop could be
only alternative at this time).
The kalendar seems to be by another hand.
A few contemporary hands write marginal additions.
The decorative scheme is very simple, most likely by the scribe himself. At the
beginnings of chapters there are occasionally large (up to 12 lines high)
multi-coloured initials with red, black, blue and green. On fols.
, the initials include an illumination of a
dragon. In the beginning of articles, small lombards in red. Rubrics, highlighting
of majuscules, paraphs, article numbers and headings in the upper margin in red.
Parchment wrappers from a
; 33 × 20*, which contains a segment from the liturgy of
. Pastedowns and flyleaves of more recent
paper. On the spine, remnants of a pasted paper label with the old shelf-mark.
The manuscript contains
along with a few other legal texts. They were all written by the same scribe
who identified himself as