beginning of the 14th c
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Evidence of heavy use in the 14th through 16th centuries includes marginal notes of an early corrector (e. g. "hunc prologum non correxi quia non inueni correctum" on f. 182r and "Quidam non hunc istum uersum" on f. 539v).
On fol. 260v: historiated initial of King David and a carillon of three bells and clappers.
Manuscript on parchment (trimmed).
Parchment, ff. i (parchment) + 552 (foliation 2-533) + i (parchment)
Historiated initials, illuminations in red, blue, gold, pink, and white
322 x 223 (196 x 130) mm.
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