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. 22.
- Colophons and headings in black uncial.
- Punctuation: the medial point marked various pauses; other points added. Omissions are indicated by signes de renvoi. Citations marked by horizontal or vertical flourishes to the left of each line. Quotations from the Bible are often in unciaI. Run-overs carried to the line below are supported by a rectangular bracket.
- Abbreviations include b;, .q; = bus, que; auꞇ̄ and aū = autem; dic̄, dr̄ = dicit, -itur; ēē = esse; ꝳ = mus; nr̄a, (uīs) = nostra, (uestris); om and oms = omnes; ꝑ, p̄ = per, prae; rχ = rum; ꞇ͗ = tur.
- Script, by several scribes, is a roundish minuscule of the Alemannic type: ɑ is still more frequent than a: the shaft of h sometimes curves; z is tall and the two horizontals are sometimes cup-shaped; ligatures include nt (even in mid-word), Ɛȷ (for hard ti); in the uncial the bow of A is a high flat oval; the foot of L and the cross-stroke of T have forked finials.
Corrections and transliteration (saec. IX-X) of Greek words are frequent.
A few verses from ' Carmen paschale are entered (saec. X- XI) on p. 1.