Title supplied by cataloger.
Collation: Parchment, i + 34 + i; 1-3¹⁰ 4⁴; [1-34], modern foliation in pencil, lower right recto. Catchwords on the lower
right verso of the last leaf of each gathering.
Layout: Written in 25 long lines; ruled in faint ink with vertical bounding lines.
Script: Written in a calligraphic humanistic script.
Decoration: Full title page illumination showing Saint Paul presenting the kneeling Paolo Nani to the enthroned Virgin and
Child, surrounded by a border of white and gold grisaille on blue, incorporating the Venetian winged lion of San Marco at
the top and arms at the bottom, attributed to Benedetto Bordon (f. 1r); square capitals in left margin at beginning of paragraphs,
alternating between red and green; rubrics mostly in red, occasionally in green; some paragraph marks in green, fewer in red.
Binding: Contemporary 16th-century morocco over pasteboards, blind- and gold-tooled (Fogg).
Origin: Issued from the Palazzo Ducale (Doge's Palace), Venice, dated 25 May 1517 (f. 31v).