(i) Serapion (ibn Sarābī). `Liber aggeratus in medicinis simplicibus`, translated by Simon of Genoa and Abraham Tortuosiensis, incipit `Postquam vidi librum Dyascoridis et librum Galeni in medicinis` (folio 1).
(ii) Alī ibn al-`Abbās al-Mağūsī. `Pantegni`, translated by Constantinus Africanus (folio 123). The text is sometimes attributed to Isaac (Isḥāq ibn Sulaiman al-Isrāeli) and was printed in his ‘Opera’. This is the earliest version of Constantinus` translation; it contains all ten books of the `Theorica` but only Books I, the first part of Book II, and Book IX of the `Practica`. The `Theorica`, which wants the prologue, begins with titles (incipit `Auctoritas Ypocratis quales debeant esse discipuli. Sex sunt`) and dedication (incipit `Domino suo montis Cassienensis abbati desiderio`), incipit `Oportet qui medicine vult optinere`, explicit `Explicit theorica pantegni`. It is followed (folio 226 recto) by the first 28 lines of Ricardus Anglicus, `Signa` ( ‘Leben und Werke des Richardus Anglicus’, pages 32-42), which breaks off at the foot of the page. Folio 226 verso is blank. The second part, `Practica`, incipit `Quia in prima parte nostri libri pantegni que theorica` (folio 227).
(i) is mostly written in textura, but a less formal hand has written folios 29-37 and 87-105. (ii) is also mostly in textura, but a more cursive hand has written folios 131-138 and 147-156 (gatherings 13 and 15). The ornamentation however is the same throughout; titles and headings in red, a blue and red border on the first page, initials in blue with red ornament, and paragraph marks in red (but blue from folio 240 on). The rubricator has omitted to work in gatherings 12 and 14, hence (ii) has no title. There are occasional marginal notes by the text-hands and various later hands. On folio i are prayers and on folio ii the end of a list of saints in order of their feast-days, in several secretary hands, 15th century. The lower paste down is part of a bifolium, perhaps from a martyrology; what can be seen deals mostly with St Cyriacus; vellum, 2 columns, more than 31 lines, width of column 75 millimetres, space between columns 13 millimetres, 13th century. Notes of the contents, in three hands of the 16th century, are on folio 2 verso and in one of the fifteenth on folio 251 verso. Incomplete heraldic shields, ?16th century, are on folios iiv and 251. On the front paste down is the mark `c/r`.