CCCC MS 95 contains William of Tyre (c. 1130-c. 1186), Historia rerum in partibus transmarinis gestarum, and Arnold of Liège OP (fl. 1290-1310), Alphabetum narrationum, both written in a fourteenth-century hand. The Historia is an important source for the history of the early crusading movement and the Latin kingdom of Jerusalem up to 1184, written by a man who, as tutor to the 'Leper King' Baldwin IV, who later appointed William as Archbishop of Tyre, was well-placed to witness events. The Alphabetum narrationum was one of the most commonly circulated exemplum collections in medieval Europe. Written in c. 1307, it contains a number of stories designed for use by preachers to illustrate or enliven sermons. The provenance of this manuscript is unknown.