Contains texts and recipes mostly on medicine, in five different hands.
ff. 2r-7r: Tabula (Table of Contents) of the volume. f. 1r-v is a duplicate page of f. 181.
ff. 7v-12v: blank, except for one recipe on f. 9r.
ff. 13r-64r: Regimen Sanitatis ad regem Aragonum by Arnaldus de Villanova
ff. 64r-75v: a regimen sanitatis text, author unknown
ff. 76r-120r: De conservanda sanitate by Barnabas de Riatinis of Reggio
ff. 121r-139r: Consilia by Barnabas de Riatinis
ff. 139r-147v: a text on bladder and kidney stones
ff. 147v-148v: another text on stones, by Magistri N.
ff. 148v-149v: Consilium by Magistri Thome
ff. 149v-150v: Another short text on stones
ff. 150v-171v: De artetica sive podagrica passione
ff. 171v-173v: De passionibus animi
ff. 173v-182r: A text by Alberto de' Zancari (also known as Albertus Bononiensis and Alberto of Bologna)
ff. 183r-184r: blank
ff. 184v-185r: Recipes and charms against plague
f. 186r-v: Letter to Rev. in Christo Patri et Domino Domino A. ep[iscop]o from Bartolomeus Marcellus, dated 1480
ff. 187r-190r: recipes
f. 190v: accounts.
There are three distinct hands, although perhaps as many as five. The first writes ff. 13-75 in round minuscule, with blue and red filigree initials. The second is responsible for ff. 76-120, which is Italian Gothic, blue and red initials. The third writes ff. 121-182r in italic hand, with plain red capitals, space being left for ornamental initial at the beginning. The recipes and letter on the final folios (ff. 184-190) are by another hand, perhaps even two.