It contains the text of the letters of Saint Paul. There is no prologue and the text immediately begins with the first letter. The text is accompanied by a set of glosses [i.e. annotations and comments] to the whole text. These include both marginal and interlinear glosses. Marginal glosses can be found also on the superior and inferior margins.
The majority of the letters are preceded by an argumentum, a short text which records Paul's reason for writing the letter, the place and circumstances in which he wrote, and the people he entrusted the letter to.
Letter to the Romans: starts on f. 1r; it has not argumentum.
Glosses: start on the right margin of the same folio with the words Pro altercatione Romanis (first paragraph) and Paulus hebraice (second paragraph).
First Letter to the Corinthians: starts on f. 27r. The argumentum begins with the words Corinthii sunt Achaici.
Second Letter to the Corinthians: starts on f. 50r. The argumentum begins with the words Post peractam penitentiam.
Letter to the Galatians: the argumentum starts on f. 65r with Galathe sunt greci; the letter starts at the beginning of f. 65v.
Letter to the Ephesians: starts on f. 73r. The argumentum begins with the words Ephesii sunt Asiani.
Letter to the Philippians: the argumentum starts on f. 81r with the words Philippenses sunt Macedones; the letter starts on f. 81v.
Letter to the Colossians: starts on f. 88v. The argumentum begins with the words Collosenses et hii sicut laodicenses sunt asiani.
First Letter to the Thessalionians: starts on f. 95r. The argumentum begins with the words Thessalonicenses sunt Macedones.
Second Letter to the Thessalonians: starts on f. 101r. The argumentum begins with the words Argumentum ad Thessalonicenses.
First Letter to Timothy: starts on f. 104r. The argumentum begins with the words Timotheum instruit et docet.
Second Letter to Timothy: starts on f. 111r. The argumentum begins with the words Timotheo scribit de exhortatione.
Letter to Titus: starts on f. 116r. The argumentum begins with the words Titum commone facit.
Letter to Philemon: starts on f. 119r. The argumentum begins with the words Philemeni familiares litteras facit.
Letter to the Hebrews: starts on f. 120; it has no The argumentum.
The script is good, uniform, and
The first words of each epistle are in Roman capitals touched with yellow. Verse initials are black or red, touched with yellow; chapter initials red and yellow; prologue initials red, blue, green, yellow.
Epistle initials are decorative, with foliage and grotesque dragons on coloured ground, the colours being blue, red, yellow,