Northern littera textualis currens (s. XIV), with certain tendencies towards a littera cursiva. The execution of the letter 'a' alternates between a double compartment letter 'a' (textualis) and a single compartment letter 'a' (cursiva). However, the latter may be the result of small and rapid writing. Furthermore the descenders of the letters 'f' and the straight 's' have a tendency to extend below the baseline (cursiva). Finally, in some cases, ascenders of the letter 'l' have loops (cursiva).
Since it is difficult to determine whether some of the lower lines on fol.  and  are additions (and also due to the poor condition of the fragment), the number of lines is uncertain (presumably ca. 40).
- Text Language Latin
- Title Florilegium
The bifolium is a fragment of a florilegium, including quotations of Caesarius Arelatensis, Bernardus Claraevallensis and Augustinus Aurelius.
Host volume unknown.