Ms. executed after 1492 (based on date of Imitatio Christi, PML 125704.1) in Germany, probably southern Germany.
Incipit rubric: "Sequitur lucubratio Hugonis de Sancto Victore de triplici meditatione" (leaf z6r of Imitatio Christi).
Text is written on leaves z7r-8v (blanks) of Imitatio Christi ([Nuremberg: Anton Koberger], 1492, PML 125704.1/ChL 409J and the first four leaves of a six-leaf quire (⁶) added after the Imitatio Christi; the final two leaves of this quire include an excerpt from Hugo of St. Victor, De gratitudine beneficiorum Dei, PML 125704.3.
For the text, see PL 176: 993-998.
Chancery octavo (13.4 x 9.8 cm). Watermark obscured, but appears to be large crown.
Text block is 9.2 x 5.5 cm. blind ruled in 1 column of 22 lines.
Scribal hand very similar to the manuscript quire signatures in Zerbolt, De spiritualibus ascensionibus, PML 125704.4.
Hand decoration: Rubricated, red lombards, rubrics, paraphs, and capital strokes (same as in rest of volume).