The manuscript is a Prayer Book and Book of Hours from the late 15th century that originated in Italy.
The Penitential Psalms start on f.1r.
The Litany starts on f.12r.
The Prayers start on f.22v. These include the Ave Maria, Pater Noster, Credo, and Salve Regina.
The Sequence, Saint John's Gospel starts on f.27r. This section includes In principio, Confessio, Introibo ad altare Dei; Oratio Sanctus Augustini pro tutela corporis, Deus propitius esto mihi peccatori; Oratio pulcherrima ad gloriosam et beatam Virginem, Deprecor te Sancta Maria Mater Dei ; Stabat Virgo juxta crucem; Dulcissime Domine Jhesu Christi vere Deus.
The Te Deum, Ave Verum Corpus, and Ave Salus Mundi start on f.35v.
The Orationes ad Sanctus Sebastianum contra pestem start on f.37v. This section includes prayers beginning O Sancte Sebastiane Christi miles beatissime quoniam tota patria Lombardiae and Deus qui precibus et meritis Sanctus Sebastiani.
The Domine Deus Omnipotens starts on f.38v.
The Obsecro te Domina (masculine) starts on f.40r.
The Oratio ad Sanctam Katerinam Virginem (Prayer to Saint Katherine) starts on f.43v. It begins O sanctissima, O beatissima, o dulcissima Virgo Katerina and is gendered masculine.
The Hours of the Cross start on f.45v. The Hours of the Cross are found in most Books of Hours. Much shorter than the Hours of the Virgin, the canonical sequencing is the same as with the Hours of the Virgin, Matins through Compline, except that there is no Lauds.
The Italian Prayers start on f.49v.
The O intemerata (masculine) starts on f.57v.
The Omnipotens sempiterne deus pietate tua quesumus starts on f.60r.
Written in good minuscule hand with plain red or blue capitals, except in the prayers at the end, which have burnished gold letters on a square ground of lake, blue, and green illumination.
There is one miniature in the initial at the beginning, showing David with a psaltery, and a fine complete border of vine-leaf design, blue, lake, green, and gold, with a green parrot. The coat of arms is inserted in the lower margin.