The four texts by several scribes in CCCC MS 461, dating to the early thirteenth century, have no apparent thematic connection. Perhaps they were originally separate volumes or pamphlets. The main work in the book is the Sententiarum abbreuiationes of Peter Lombard (c. 1095-1160). The others, all relatively short are Exactis regibus (or Epitome iuris ciuilis), a civil law text, Richard the Premonstratensian (fl. late twelfth century), De canone missae, sometimes attributed to John of Cornwall (d. after 1179), and the Speculum ecclesiae by the pseudo-Hugh of Saint-Victor OSA. The book also contains four diagrams on ff. 34r-35v which pertain to the commentary by Bernardus Silvestris (d. c. 1178) on Martianus Capella, De nuptiis Philologiae et Mercurii.