Contains nine texts bound together, in different hands.
Of note, the endpaper at the beginning of the manuscript is an interesting fragment from an Antiphoner of the 9th or 10th century. The other endpaper is a textual fragment too, although from later that the 9th/10th centuries.
ff. 1r-8v: Bull of Pope Honorius III to Saint Francis and the brothers of the Order
ff. 9r-13r: Bull of Pope Gregory IX
ff. 14r-50r: Bull of Pope Nicholas III from 1279, 'Exiit qui seminat'
ff. 50r-51v: An unidentified bull of Pope Nicholas III (1279)
ff. 52r-60r: Bull of Pope Clement V, 'Exivi de paradiso'
ff. 61r-88r: 'constitutiones generales' of the Order of Saint Francis of Assisi
f.88r-v: Letter from Father Peter, 'Romane Provincie minister et servus,' to Father Nicholas 'Custos'.
ff. 90r-95v: Reforms of the Franciscans, 1316
ff. 86r-98v: A declaration from Pope John XXII, 1317
The texts are described separately, under the folios outlined above.
The first part of the volume is written in good Italian Gothic by three different hands. The last third of the manuscript is written by various Court hands, with many marginal additions badly cropped in binding. See individual descriptions for more details.
There are filigree initials throughout, and historiated initials feature in some parts of the manuscript. See individual descriptions for more details.