Title for manuscript from caption title for predominant work (f. 8r). Spine title: Forme Romane Curie.
First work, incipit and explicit: (f. 8r) In litteris indulgentie videlicet ... (f. 79r) et de dampnis et iniuriis eisdem
irrogatis satis. compare [?]. modo [?]. per.
Second work, incipit and explicit: (f. 80v) Abbati cavensi. Cum monasterii vestri veneranda ... (f. 104r) Presumptores predictos
ad examen eiusdem archiepiscopi remittatis.
Collation: Parchment, ii (modern paper) + 104 + i (modern paper); 1⁴(-1), 2⁶, 3⁶(-1), 4-7⁶, 8⁷, 9⁶; i-civ; contemporary red
roman numerals (added by the rubricator, following indications made by the scribe), upper center (each verso has the same
number as the following recto, i.e. facing pages are given the same number); modern foliation in pencil, upper right recto.
Catchwords lower center, last verso of each quire.
Layout: Written in 2 columns of 50 lines; prickings visible.
Script: Written in an Italian Gothic book script.
Decoration: Red and blue initials throughout, some with filigree; small blue and red drawing of a face (f. 79r).
Binding: 19th- or early 20th-century three-quarter calf with marbled paper, over cardboard, possibly French. Paper endleaf
is loose, leather of cover wearing around the edges; leather almost completely split and separated along both front and back
hinges; cover boards becoming loose at hinges; spine is starting to crumble and split.
Origin: Written in Italy, in the late 13th or early 14th century. Zacour-Hirsch suggests ca. 1290.
Two leaves have been cut out between f. 7-8, and between f. 28-29.
An unidentified dealer's description in French is pasted onto the front flyleaf.