Title from f. [i]r (before f. 1), in the hand of a registrar of the 17th century.
Description taken from Zacour-Hirsch Catalogue and from unidentified dealer's description on file in Library.
Foliation: Paper, i + 17 + i; 1-17; contemporary roman numerals, upper right recto. The first and last leaf are endleaves added when the manuscript was bound in the 17th century.
Script: Written in a cursive document script by two different hands.
Decoration: Partly rubricated in red and blue; 10-line initial P with penwork in brown ink (f. 14r)
Binding: Limp vellum, 17th century.
Origin: Written in Écija (Andalusia) in the late 13th century.
Soft, thick rag paper, very fragile; edges of paper frayed, worn and split; the leaves have been folded vertically and there is a hole through most of them in the center, causing some insignificant loss of text.