"One leaf, on vellum, in latin. 15th century, gothic characters. Unknown origin (Spain or Italy). 296x210 mm., writing surface 189x138 mm. Two columns, 24 lines, light-brown ink, red rubrics, lined in faded blue ink. Foliated in red ink (contemporary: CLXII). One three-line initial (I) in red ink, bound by curlicues and filigree decorations in blue extending along the
margin. Three two-line initials (P, D, I) in red, blue, red, surrounded by curlicues and filigree decorations in alternating blue and red, also extending into the margins. One-line initials in alternating red and blue, with similar decorations.
Contents. Feria quinta post Dominicam III. Quadragesima. r. I. alienos: et centum ex vobis decem milia...(Lev. XXVI, 8-12) ....ab epulis carnalibus abstinere ut aviciis ingruentibus II. convenit universa civitas audire verbum Domini posui te in lucem Gentibus....(Actus Apost. XIII, 44-52) v. I. ut sis in salutem usque ad extremum terrae.... ....gaudio et spirito sancto (Finis Actus) In illo tempore surgens Ihesus de Synagoga introivit in domum Symonis et Andree II. Socrus autem Symonis tenebatur.... ....Quia et aliis civitatibus (Luke, IV, 38-43)"
(Holland, Anne Marie, compiler. "MS Medieval 204." Long Descriptions Ms Medieval Manuscript Antiphonals, Missals and Graduals. Digitization and Cataloguing Project- Antiphonals, Missals and Gradual. Updated December 6, 2018), 24-25.