The manuscript is a 15th-century composite containing works relating to virgin saints. It is German or Dutch. The works contained within it are detailed separately below.
ff.1r-40v: Revelatio Nova Itineris et Passionis Undecim Milium Virginum Martyrum (The Passion of the Eleven Thousand Virgins). This text is related to Saint Ursula.
ff.40v-72v: Vita et Legenda Beate Katherine Virginis (The Life and Legend of Saint Katherine, Virgin).
The texts are described separately, under MS 23/ff. 1r-40v and MS 23/ff. 40v-72v.
It is fairly written with ornamental initials and partial borders of a rather rough and decadent type.
Some of the initials are inhabited, for example with a skull (f.1v), dogs (f.28r), and birds (f.47r). There is a partial border with flowers and a bird on f.42v and a peacock in the border of f.47r.