Script: There are two scribes represented: Scribe I: fol. 1r-346v; Scribe II: fol. 347r-352v. Scribe I is responsible for all but the last quire, which apparently, severely damaged, was copied over for inclusion in this volume when it was rebound in the sixteenth-century. Scribe I writes boldly with a reed nib in a pendant hand using a dark brown ink for both the text and commentary. The titles, numbers, kephalaia, and liturgical rubrics are written generally in gilt, semi-uncials, slightly larger than the letters of the text. He used his own creative methods in producing the signes des renvoies which are gilt, placed above the word in the text for which the commentary can be found in the margin. The scribe appears to prefer the cursive form of letters, especially notable is the lack of the frequent use of the uncial epsilon, although there is a generous use of uncial nuns, kappas and etas. Scribe II writes in a smaller irregular pendant hand with black ink and red initials--no gilding. The signes des renvoies are also in red.