Lowe Elias Avery, Codices Latini Antiquiores. A palaeographical guide to latin manuscripts prior to the ninth century. Part VII: Switzerland, Oxford 1956 (Osnabrück 1982), p. 21.
- Breviarum Apostolorum
- , 'Explanatio in libro psalmorum' etc.
- Script is a firm, regular, and stately Caroline minuscule of the same type, if not by the same hand, as MS. Paris Lat, 10457+10616 (C.L.A., V. 601): a has two forms; f is half-uncial; the form of g with its flat and longish top is characteristic; o_ occurs in mid-word.
- Punctuation: the main pause is marked by the comma, lesser pauses by the medial point or virgula or .⸍
- Accents over some monosyllables.
- Abbreviations include the normal forms of Nomina Sacra and b; = bus, q; = que; ƀ = bis; ē = est; iħl = israel; ms, m’ = meus, mus; nr (also nēr, an Italian ear-mark, on pp. 447, 519), nri = noster, -ri; σɣ = orum; ꝑ, p, ꝓ = per, prae, pro; qm and qnm = quoniam; s = sunt; ꞇ, ꞇ̉ = ter, tus.
- Colophons and headings in red uncial; some first lines in black uncial.
- Initials, coloured red, yellow, green, and violet, are very neatly drawn and use the leaf motif; a coloured diagram from Isidorus, De natura rerum, is seen on p. 514
- Ink dark brown or black.