This manuscript contains Expositio in Libros Posteriorum Aristotelis by Paul of Venice (1369–1429), a scholastic philosopher, logician, theologian of the Hermits of the Order of Saint Augustine. The Expositio in Libros Posteriorum Aristotelis is a commentary on Aristotle’s Posterior Analytics that deals with the problems of logic and argumentation.
Book I: the text starts on f. 1r with the following words: Omnis doctrina et omnis disciplina, etc. Iste est liber posteriorum AR. And ends on f. 72r with the following words: quod si fuerit innata, etc. Et sic explicit commentum magistri pauli de veneciis super primum librum posteriorum AR. Deo gracias.
Book II: the text starts on f. 72v with the following words: Questiones sunt equales numero hiis quecumque vere scimus. Iste est secundo liber posteriorum AR. And ends on f. 107r with the following words: valeamus vitam sempiternam et gloriam. Amen. Deo gracias. Et sic explicit commentum Magistri Pauli Veneti super libris posteriorum domini AR. per me P+G.
The script is italic, small and neat, quotations from the original being in a large black Gothic script.
Each of the two books has a floriated initial in blue, lake, green, vermilion, and pale yellow, with branching foliage springing from it. There is an illumination of a dragon fighting a goat, which probably belonged to a coat of arms, on the lower margin of f. 1r.