Lowe Elias Avery, Codices Latini Antiquiores. A palaeographical guide to latin manuscripts prior to the ninth century. Part VII: Switzerland, Oxford 1956 (Osnabrück 1982), p. 31.
- Punctuation: the main pause is marked by a medial point, colon, or semicolon, lesser pauses by the medial point; all else added.
- Omissions marked by signes de renvoi (p. 4, etc.).
- Abbreviations include b;, q: = bus, que; auꞇ = autem; ƀ = bis; dr̅ = dicitur; eccƚa = ecclesia; eĭ = eius; ep̅m = episcopum; e̅e̅, e̅ = esse, est; gƚa = gloria; = men; n̅ = non; n̅r̅, nr̅i = noster, -ri; ꝑ, , ꝓ, pp̅ꞇ̅ = per, prae, pro, propter; ꝗ, q = qui, quod; r̅ (σƴ̲) = rum (orum); ꞇ̅ = ter and tur; ꞇʿ = tus.
- Spelling shows frequent confusion of b and u, and wrong aspiration.
- Ink brown or dark grey.
- Script is early Caroline minuscule of Italian type, by many hands, some recalling the Veronese script practised in the time of Pacificus: noteworthy are the pointed a and the flat-topped g used by some scribes; i-longa occurs initially and medially; r often has a small base.
- Colophons and headings in black uncial interspersed with capitals and minuscule letters touched up with red; some headings in red uncial.
- Initials are rather crude, some coloured red, some decorated with the rope or leaf motif.