Title from f. 1r.
Collation: i, I⁴, II-III⁵, IV³, V⁵, VI⁵(+2), VII⁵, VIII-IX⁴, i.
Pagination: Parchment, ii + 164 + ii; 1-115 (even numbers supplied), [116-164]; 16th-century arabic pagination in ink, modern
pagination in pencil, upper outer corners. Contemporary roman numerals appear on f. 35 and f. 62.
Layout: Written in 28 long lines.
Script: Written in a gothic bookhand. The D'Ailly text is written by a different scribe than the Gerson texts.
Decoration: Headings and initials in red. Some initial spaces blank.
Binding: Limp vellum, 20th century.
Origin: Written in France in the first half of the 15th century, perhaps ca. 1420.
This manuscript is of particular interest because it appears to date from Gerson's lifetime and because the text of the Gerson
works differs somewhat from that of the printed versions edited in the 1960's.
A detailed historical and textual discussion of this manuscript, written in May 1991 by Prof. Marvin Colker, Dept. of Classics
at the University of Virginia, is on file in the Library.