Ms; written, decorated, and illustrated in Basel, Switzerland, ca. 1476.
Decoration: 1 outline ink drawing of Adam and Eve (fol. 1v) painted in watercolor in semi-circle; 2 drawings in red ink of Noah's Ark; 4 painted drawings of cities (Babel, Nineveh, Jerusalem, Rome); 1 half-page heavily painted drawing of the seven-armed candelabra of Moses; 1 painted drawing and diagram of the 3 nations of Israel; 1 colored plan of Jerusalem; various sketches of objects, locations and building in brown ink colored in light yellow wash (fol. 19v-20); 5 roundels with drawings colored in wash.
Artist: ink drawing on fol. 1v attributed by Meta Harrsen (in Central European manuscripts in the Pierpont Morgan Library) to the Master of the Richel Speculum, whom she also names as the artist of the woodcuts with which this manuscript is bound.
Scribe: unknown scribe who also provided Latin commentary on the proof impressions of the woodcuts from Richel's printing of the Speculum humanae salvationis with which this manuscript is bound.