Manuscript miscellany written and illuminated at the Monastery of Kalamōn, Fayyūm Province, Egypt, and completed Bābih 12, AM 561, AH 230, 8th indiction (i.e., Oct. 9, 844).
The Martyrdom of St. Theodore Stratelates is incomplete.
Colophons: fol. 1v, frontispiece: Artist-copyist in Greek: Zakharias. Donation in Coptic: Byb Papa Epima, son of the late Papa Damianē; to the Monastery of St. Michael near present day Hamuli. Prayer for the copyist (?) in Coptic: "Bear with me and my insignificant handiwork." Date of copying in Greek. Copyist in Greek: Zakharias, priest and copyist of the Monastery of Kalamōn.
Written area ca. 272 x 213 mm or 279 x 206 mm. Divisions: Dot-and-dash divider, reddened enlarged initial, and paragraphus sign (vine-scroll coronis) setting off major textual units; ekthesis, mostly reddened enlarged initial, and paragraphus sign setting off paragraphs. Exceeding letters of last line sometimes written below end of the line.
Script: Upright (titles and colophons at fol. 21r right-sloping). 10 lines = ca. 81 or 85 mm
Superlineation: Non-standard. Punctuation: Raised dot in conjunction with a space. Tremas.
Collation: Signed on first and last page of the quire, top inner margin. Quire ornaments. No monograms, headlines or catchwords.
Decoration: frontispiece, headpieces, tailpiece ornaments, paragraphus signs, signatures and page numbers, extended letters. Colors: moderate reddish orange (Centroid 37), moderate yellow (87) (often chemically altered).