Song of Solomon and Ecclesiastes
Written in two columns of 43 lines, in brown ink in a small "pearl script" gothic bookhand measuring 2mm or less in height, with initials and headings in red and blue ink. Probably written at Paris. Includes marginal notes and line numbering by 5s, probably written in the 14th century in England.
Possibly forms a part of a whole that would include MS Lat 441, 441.1, 441.2, 441.3 and 441.4, Houghon Library.
Book Decoration and Musical Notation
Three floriated, 6-line initials in red, blue, white, orange, brown, and pink; two of these have grotesque animals, with one entwined outside the initial with the body residing in the margins.