Decoration: Elegant pi-shaped headpieces appear on fol. 1r, 3v, 23v, 34v, and 37r. At the beginning of each section a decorated initial is supplied, and the numbers for the sections appear in the margins in Greek uncials, diplé. The illuminated headpieces, in metropolitan style, consist of flowers, leaves, quatrefoils or palmettes in blue, with red highlights, on gold panels. The title is written in gold majuscules inside the headpiece. The opening initials are set in the margins outside the column of text and are in gold, except that on f. 34v, which is in blue and red on a gold ground.
Part only of a larger manuscript, the volume is now misbound; fol. 1-4 should follow fol. 38. Fol. 12 and 34 are defective, affecting only a few letters in the former instance but with a loss of nine lines of one column and several letters of the other in the latter. Includes: Sermon 5 (Patrologiae Graecae XXXV, 664-720); Sermon 37 (PG XXXVI, 281-308); Sermon 13 (PG XXXV, 852-856); Letter 202 (PG XXXVII, 329-333); Moral poems 3 (PG XXXVII, 632-640); Dogmatic poems 32 (PG XXVII, 513); Letter 26 (PG XLVI, 1101-1108; PG XXVII, 586), attributed to Gregory of Nyssa by Migne.