This manuscript is a miscellany of texts associated with Ramon Llull, a 13th century philosopher. It is 15th century and probably Italian. The contents are as follows:
ff. 1r-10v: Ars generalis ultima by Ramon Llull
ff. 12r-14v: Liber de Accidente et Substantia by Ramon Llull
ff. 15r-22r: Alphabetum puerile logices by Ramon Llull
ff. 22v-23r: Sumula brevissima istius alphabeti by Ramon Llull
ff. 24r-35r: Consequencia est ilia oratio consequents by Ramon Llull
ff. 36r-46v: Quia ignorantes proposicionem by Ramon Llull
There are some additional annotations and diagrams on f. 47r and f.47v, as well as on the back of the board.
The texts are described separately under MS 117/ff. 1r-10v; MS 117/ff. 12r-14v; MS 117/ff. 15r-22r; MS 117/ff. 22v-23r; MS 117/ff. 24r-35r; and MS 117/ff. 36r-46v.
All four hands are Italian in type and fairly good. The first treatise has red and blue initials, the second and third plain red capitals, the fourth red, and red and blue filigree initials.
The latter half of section one and section two (ff. 7r-10v and ff. 12r-14v) seem to be written in a similar hand, which also seems to have written section four (ff. ff. 22v-23r). The first part of section one is in another hand. Sections three, five and six (ff. 15r-22r, ff. 24r-35r, and ff. 36r-46v) seem to be written in the same hand, which is different to these initial hands. There are also some annotations in other hands, such as the title given to the third section on f. 15r and the diagrams on ff. 47r-47v.