Ms. moralizing miscellany; written and decorated in England in the late 14th century.
Texts: Saint John of Bridlington, Office (fol. 1v); a survey of the Old Testament to the Book of Esther (fol. 2-4v); Tractatus Bibliae (fol. 6-6v); Johannes von Kastl (Johannes Castellensis), Compendium Bibliae (fol. 7-19v); alphabetical index of scenes and names in the Speculum humane salvationis (fol. 20-20v); prohemium to the Speculum humanae salvationis, with abridged contents of chapters (fol. 20v-21v); Speculum humanae salvationis (fol. 22v-70v).
Decoration: 192 drawings in brown ink, two to a page, each heading a column of text; one decorated with strokes of red.
Speculum vitae Christianae