1. (fols. 1v–2v) Rules of the months
The rules are written in a German hand of s. xiii, on a bifolium which was folded at the gutter and added to the original first quire of the 12th-century Italian part of the volume. Incipit cf. MS. Paris, BnF, Lat. 10448, fol. 122r.
4. (fols 7ra–9rb) Ordo Legendi Evangelia (temporale and sanctorale)
Temporale (fol. 7), common of the dedication and sanctorale (fol. 8v). The feast of the Relics is between 2 and 10 Nov.
A palimpsested binion, fols. 7–10, is a 15th-century addition from the Mainz Charterhouse, as evidenced by script and parchment. Fols. 9v–10v are blank, except for remnants of the underscript.
5. (fols. 11v-12r) Chapters of the Gospels
, Moralia in Iob
Continuation of the text on fol. 6v or, respectively, the end of the collection of excerpts, item 3. Most of the folio is blank.
6. (fols. 12r-13v) Three Sermons
In the 12th-century hand of item 1, on originally blank parchment.
6.i. (fol. 12r-v) Sermo bonus
Incipit: Memento creatoris tui in diebus iuuentutis tue ... Dies iuuentutis nostre est tempus uite nostre
Explicit: ipsi occurrere et ipsum sequi ualeamus. Quod ipse prestare dignetur qui uiuit et regnat.
6.ii. (fols. 12v-13r) De confessione
Incipit: Confessio est de peccati accusatoria manifestacio.
Explicit: confessio penitentis ad laudem pertinet ignoscentis.
6.iii. (fol. 13r-v) Item sermo alius
Incipit: Agnus dicitur christus. quia agnus dicitur ab agnon
Explicit: pendens in cruce dona nobis pacem.
7. (fols. 14r–188v) Gospels, with gloss
The four Gospels with interlinear and marginal gloss (not Glossa ordinaria); throughout with marginal rubrics, indicating the pericopes to be read at mass.
An excerpt from Gregory the Great, Moralia in Iob, 6.28.11 (fol. 14, at the head).
(fols. 14r–61v) Matthew
(fol. 14r–v) Prologue in Matthew (Monarchian prol.)
Stegmüller Bibl., 591
(fols. 14r–61v) Mark
(fol. 62r–v) Prologue in Mark (Monarchian prol.)
Stegmüller Bibl., 607
(fol. 62v) List of chapters
(fols. 92r–140v) Luke
(fol. 92r–v) Prologue in Luke (Monarchian prol.)
Stegmüller Bibl., 620 (= 3437)
(fol. 93r) List of chapters
(fols. 141r–188v) John
(fol. 141r–v) Prologue in John (Monarchian prol.)
Stegmüller Bibl., 624
8. (fol. 189r–v)
, Sermo de paenitentia
Edition of the sermon by W. Berschin in Bonizo von Sutri. Leben und Werk, Beiträge zur Geschichte und Quellenkunde des Mittelalters 2 (Berlin & New York, 1972) 161–65, is based on this manuscript. (For an analysis of contents, see pp. 91–93)
‘cerebri ne’ (fol. 2ra) or ‘quippe cum’ (fol. 5r)
Dimensions (leaf): c.193-205 × 133-139 mm.
Ruling in hard point, in three columns, the number of lines varies, the main column of c. 21–25 widely-spaced lines. The size of the columns varies, the central one usually measuring 50–60 mm. Ruled space c.137–145 × 120–126 mm mm.
Fols. 3–6, 11–13: pattern vary with the hands.
In the section of the later hands (items 1, 6 and 4): ruling in ink, mostly in two columns.
Main text and glosses by a single hand writing small protogothic script, Northern Italy, s. xiimed.
Multiple German hands writing in textualis of s. xiii (items 1, 5 and 6).
Bastarda, s. xv (item 4)
Fine initials. (Pächt and Alexander ii. 47, pl. V)
Illuminated initials at the beginning of each prologue and gospel (fols. 14r, 15r, 62r, 63r, 92r, 93v, 141r, 142r).
Red rubrics, paraphs and letters.
Origin: 12th century, middle
; Italian, North
; additions, Germany, 13th and 15th centuries
Mainz, Charterhouse St Michael: 14th-century ex-libris inscription at the upper margin of fol. 1v; in the 15th century a binion (fols. 7–10 (item 4)) was bound into the centre of the original 12th-century quaternion.