||Tetraeuangelium cum catenis, subscr.
||- For more information on the peculiarities of foliation in this ms., see the commentary in UC 1.S.
- Only half of f. 145 has been preserved and the final image shows only the recto side which coincides with the end of the catena for John.
- For the images on f. 5v, 45v, 71v, 113v, see U.C. 3.S.
- The text of the catenae is often laid out in the margins in a delicate tapering and expanding cruciform pattern. This also occurs at the end of some of the Gospel texts. (See Hutter's Marginalia Decorata, p. 104 for more on this).
- While there are no visible final flyleaves, the VMR reproduction appears complete at the end.