CCCC MS 407 contains two distinct types of material, but all copied in the second quarter of the fourteenth century. The first is a series of travelogues including Simon Simeonis OFM (d. after 1322) Itinerarium in terram sanctam, Willelmus de Rubruk OFM (c. 1215-c. 1270) Itinerarium ad partes orientales and the Itinerarium of Odoricus of Pordenone (c. 1286-1331). The second type of material, written in a different hand, includes the Arabic version of the Secretum secretorum translated by Philip of Tripoli (fl. c. 1243) and another broadly medical treatise, De complexione humana. This volume was owned by, and quite probably copied for, Simon Bozoun OSB (d. 1352), prior of Norwich Cathedral Priory, as revealed by an inscription on the first folio. The manuscript was almost certainly acquired by Parker from Norwich.