Ms. Gospel book; written and illuminated in Saxony, northeastern Germany, perhaps in Hamersleben (or Halberstadt or Madgeburg), in the 12th century.
Text: canon tables followed by the Gospels of Matthew and Mark.
The other part of this manuscript is now held by the British Library (MS Add. 27926).
Musical notation: vellum fragments of a German 15th-century antiphonary are found on the front and back pastedowns; the front pastedown has 5-line staves ruled in black and hufnagle notation; on the back pastedown is an antiphon for Lauds for the first Sunday in Lent.
Decoration: 12 illuminated canon tables; 2 full-page miniatures; illuminated initials throughout.