(ff. 59v-194v);Catholic Epistles, with prologues, imperfect (ff. 195-224v): in the previous uncorrect arrangement the epistles followed Acts after f. 59;St John Chrysostom, 'De proditione Judae homilia ii' (ff. 225-237v);Revelation, imperfect (ff. 238-267v): ending 22:2. The text of Rev. 22: 19,
many with foliate forms. Large simple initials in red or blue. Paraphs in red or blue. Cadels. Medical miscellany, including John of Gaddesden's Rosa Anglica (ff. 9-262), and four tracts on urine ff. 270-285v is an unilluminated text in English.
Full white vine border with a large initial 'S'(emper). f. 1* is a parchment leaf.Horizontal catchwords.According to A.C. de la Mare, the border on f. 1 is one of the earliest extant examples of the white vine style. She
Decorated initial 'T'(indare). Large blue initial with red penwork decoration (f. 1). Numerous smaller initials in red with purple penwork decoration or in blue with red penwork decoration. Plain red initials (ff. 58-60). Rubrics, running headers, and abbreviations of
his early semi-gothic hand on palimpsest parchment ruled in crayon.' It contains extensive marginal annotations by Sozomeno, some in Greek. John Gibson (fl. 1720-1726), dealer; sold to Edward Harley on 22 June 1726 (see ~Diary~ 1966; Wright 1972).The Harley Collection,
Piers section of the manuscript was copied by a Chancery clerk (Kirby-Fulton 2000, p. 108). On f. 286v is written John Godere or Godeve. Owned by Sir Robert Cotton. Cotton's hand found on ff. 3r and 287r. Archbishop Parker's secretary