|Contents||Beda de Ratione Temporum (Capp. VII-XXII).|
|Foliation||Four folios, two mutilated bifolia of irregular size; ca. 305-315 X 245-255 mm. < 250-255 X ca. 210 mm. > in 2 columns of 43-46 lines.|
Written presumably in Ireland. The fragments were formerly pasted to the covers of Vienna MS. Lat. 2269, a huge collection of texts on the liberal arts written presumably in France in the eleventh century by the twelfth century this volume seems to have belonged to a library in the diocese of Aquileia and probably to the cathedral itself (cf. the entries on the front fly-leaf and on fol. 86 verso).
Script is a pointed and compressed Irish minuscule. Numerous Latin and Irish glosses fol. 3.