Contains sixteen texts by/attributed to Galen, in two different hands.
ff. 1r-15v; 271r-274v:'De morbo et accidente'
ff. 15v-48r; 266v-271r: 'De Interioribus'
ff. 48r-75v: 'Megategni', 11th-century Latin translation by Constantinus Africanus
ff. 75v-92r: 'De Creticis Diebus'
ff. 92r-114v: 'De Crisibus', 12th-century translation by Gerard of Cremona
ff. 115r-125v: 'De elementis secundum Hippocratem', translated by Gerard of Cremona
ff. 125v-145r: 'De Complexionibus'
ff. 145r-190v: Books I-V of 'De Simplici medicina', the 12th-century Latin translation by Gerard of Cremona
ff. 190v-192r: 'De malicia complexionis diverse', the 12th-century Latin translation by Gerard of Cremona
ff. 192v-213r: 'De iuvamentis membrorum'
ff. 213r-241v: 'De ingenio sanitatis', Latin translation of Gerard of Cremona
ff. 241v-245r: 'De pulsibus ad tirones', translated by Marcus of Toledo
ff. 245r-248r: 'De usu Pulsuum', translation by Marcus of Toledo
ff. 248r-252v: 'De Motibus Difficilibus', translated by Marcus of Toledo
ff. 252v-253v: 'De Voce et anhelitu'
ff. 253v-266r: 'De Anathomia vivorum'
These texts will be described separately, under the folios and titles listed above.
Extremely well written in fine black ink on fine vellum by two scribes. One scribe wrote the first five texts, and a second scribe wrote the rest. There is rubrication, but some rubrics are not filled in. The marginal notes are mostly of the 14th century.
There are good decorative initials in blue, lake, and gold, and also blue and red filigree initials with saw pattern in the margins.