The contents of the manuscript are as follows:
`Andria` (folio 1);
`Eunuchus` (folio 22);
`Heauton Timoroumenos` (folio 44 verso);
`Adelphoe` (folio 65 verso);
`Hecyra` (folio 86);
`Phormio` (folio 105);
with didascalia for `Eunuchus`, `Adelphoe`, and `Hecyra`;
before the prologue to the `Andria` stands the short poem on Terence, ‘Anthologia Latina’ 487 c.
The text belongs to the Calliopian recension (`Caliop(us) [sic] rece(n)sui` at the end of each play) and to the γ family (order of plays); cf. the edition of Terence by W M Lindsay and R Kauer.
Subscription (folio 126 verso): `Terencii Affri phormio explicit. MCCCCXXXVI Die p(ri)mo m(en)sis noue(m)bris i(n) hora d(e)cima octava. Deo gr(atia)as amen’.
Space has been left for ornamental initials at the beginning of each scene but none have been added. Indications of speaker appear sporadically in red. The didascalia for `Eunuchus’, now partly cut away, were written by the rubricator. The text is in two undistinguished early humanistic bookhands, the change occuring in the middle of folio 77 verso; The second is smaller than the first, and some letter-shapes are different. There are glosses throughout in a small cursive hand of the 15th century.
On the front flyleaf is written at the top left hand corner `a 22[t]`, at the top right hand corner `xiii`.