rather damaged. Rough ornament at top in blue and
The incipits of the Psalms are added throughout in Latin in the margin by a hand
of cent. xvi early. Many Psalms have rough
marginal ornaments at their beginnings
After PS. xvii (xviii) Diligam te is a psalm or
canticle marked: Non est de psalterio: and one similarly marked closes each division
On f. 24r at the end of this is a scribble in a hand of cent.
xv-xvi and (xvi)
Sunt hic octo libri. Et ultimus psalmus in unoquoque libro non est de psalterio
Book II. Celi enarrant
Book III. Noli emulari
Proper names are often transliterated in the margin
Book IV. Miserere mei deus
At the end of this book are three full-page (or nearly so) pictures in frames with
red and green grounds: yellow, red and green are almost the only colours.
They seem to me to be by an European hand and not later than cent.
The Virgin crowned, seated, holding up a small fruit. The Child robed in green on
The Crucifixion with Mary and John. Sun and Moon above
Christ seated in the rainbow, in vesica, with book, blessing. Evangelistic emblems
in the spandrels
Book V. Quam bonus israel
Book VI. Domine refugium
blank [there appears to be no blank in this section, or before the
An obliterated rubric
Book VII. Confitemini domino quoniam
Book VIII. Ad dominum cum tribularer
Two blank leaves follow (ff.