Title supplied by cataloger (Zacour-Hirsch).
Collation: Parchment, i (contemporary paper) + 42 + i (contemporary paper); [i], 1¹⁰, 2¹², 3¹², 4⁸, [i]; 1-32, [33-42]; contemporary
foliation in ink, upper right recto; modern foliation in pencil, upper right recto. The front and back endleaves are formed
by a paper bifolium wrapped around the manuscript before it was bound.
Layout: Written in 26-28 long lines; frame-ruled in ink (text block in horizontal lines, f. 1-9; in a grid, f. 10-42).
Script: Written in italic and cursive scripts by multiple hands.
Binding: Contemporary vellum, with inscriptions including the name Pauli Bragadino, the word Divisio, and possibly the date
1565; top stitching loose; cover torn and pulling away from the stitching at the top part of the spine.
Origin: Written in northern Italy, from 27 January 1540 (f. 1r) to 5 October 1565 (f. 38r), with some additions and emendations
that appear to be slightly later in date.
Some smudges and stains. Some passages have been underlined and marked with orange pencil.