The manuscript is an Italian Missal from the 14th century. A missal is a liturgical book containing all instructions and texts necessary for the celebration of Mass throughout the year. This specific manuscript can be classified as Franciscan.
A Miniature appears on f.1r.
The Kalendar starts on f.2r. It is missing March to October.
The Proprium de Tempore, Advent to Easter starts on f.4r. The Proprium de Tempore comprises the prayers etc. appointed for the days of the year having special Masses or Offices. In this manuscript, it is missing ff. 20 and 95.
The Ordinarium Misse starts on f.121r. The Ordinary of the mass employs texts that remain the same for every mass. In this manuscript, one folio before f.125 is missing, and there is musical notation.
The Canon Misse starts on f.129r. The Canon of the Mass is the name given to the part of the Mass of the Roman Rite that begins after the Sanctus with the words Te igitur. In this manuscript, this section contains musical notation.
The Proprium de Tempore, Easter to Advent starts on f.133r.
The Ordo ad faciendam Aquam Benedictam starts on f.184r.
The Proprium Sanctorum starts on f.185r. This section is devoted to the Offices of the Saints.
The Commune Sanctorum starts on f.240v. The Common of Saints is a part of the Christian liturgy that consists of texts common to an entire category of saints, such as apostles or martyrs.
The In anniversario dedicationis ecclesie, etc starts on f.264v.
The Misse Votive starts on f.266v. This section is missing one folio.
The Kyrie and Gloria 'in sollempnitatibus beate Marie' starts on f.286v. This section features musical notation.
Italian Gothic hand, well written. The ornamentation consists of red and blue filigree initials and eighteen large illuminated initials.
The eighteen large illuminated initials are pale pink and yellow letters, floriated in blue, green, and vermilion, on blue grounds with foliage springing from the corners. On f.4r this is continued in the margin to form a partial border. In addition to these there is a large miniature representing an Eastern ecclesiastic, pasted on the leaf preceding the Kalendar, which must have been inserted as late as the 17th century.