The first five signatures, have been excised from the binding and are therefore lacking. The first surviving signature contains the Seven Penetential Psalms. This and the three ensuing signatures contain, in order, Psalms 6, 31, 37, 50, 101, 129, and 142, followed by three antiphons and a doxology. The fifth signature of 8 leaves, after rubrics and other sentences and canticles, contains the Greek version of the Magnificat and Nunc dimittis. The sixth signature of 8 leaves contains a doxology, a Sanctus, a Greek version of the Ave Maria glossed in interlinear Latin, followed by Pater Noster, Credo (Nicene), and Salve Regina in Greek. The seventh signature of 6 leaves opens with the scribe's Hebrew alphabet, the text to mid-signature comprises the Latin Ave Maria, Pater noster, Credo (Apostle's) and Salve Regina directly transliterated into Hebrew script; 4 fly-leaves, one page inscribed by an early owner, one with verses in Italian, and end paste down inscribed in Latin batarde.