Script: Three different hands are represented in this manuscript: the primary hand, a secondary addition, and the original uncial which is still discernible beneath the current text. Scribe I: The primary hand writes in a rounded 11th or 12th century minuscule using dark brown ink. Beta, gamma and delta frequently occur as uncials as well as minuscules. Scribe II: The added text on fol. 24r-v (Luke XIII, 2-9) is written in a later hand in black ink. This hand is not as refined and has much inconsistency. Scribe III: the uncial of the original text may still be discerned underneath the current writing. This is a well-practiced hand, probably from the 9th century, with small, narrow characters (with the exception of mu, phi and omega) written on the line.
Decoration: Ornamentation is scarce apart from the regular use of red uncials in the margin at the beginning of a reading. There are two headpieces, in red, and a few pieces of running penwork used in the Menologion to separate months. Fol. 2r: Ornamental headpiece for Luke, with a rectangular base, omitting the base to leave center open for heading. The side-bars contain alternating chevrons, creating open diamonds, and the cross-bar contains running knotwork. Fol. 66r: Ornamental headpiece for Menologion, with a rectangular base, omitting the base to leave center open for heading. Side-bars and cross-bar contain semi-circles along the perimeter. From the center of the cross-bar extends upward a stem with three arms on either side. Behind the figure is a wide oval extending out on either side.