Script: There are at least three hands represented in the manuscript: Scribe I: fol. 1-16r and 286r-308v; Scribe II: fol. 17v-245v; and Scribe III: fol. 245v-295v. They are all from the same period, written in a black ink with modest red ornamental letters at the beginning of the sections and smaller ones in the margins. Hand I is a small rounded, with a rightward slant, pendant. Hand II, pendant, is more squarish and does not have the fluidity of that of hand I. Hand III is written in the style of the other two; however, the letters are written slightly wider and with a stronger, more determined and slightly square hand with standard mixture of uncials and minuscules.