CCCC 134

CCCC 134
Berengaudus, Commentary on the Apocalypse
12th century

This manuscript is in one column throughout. There are two large, highly decorated litterae notabiliores in the very beginning, each depicting a beast and decorated with a vine motif. Each is yellow and red, and the first also includes blue. Throughout the rest of the manuscript are smaller, less ornate litterae notabiliores in red, green, and yellow. Rubrics, as is common, appear adjacent to litterae notabiliores. There are many enlarged capitals which are one line tall, in black and red. There are a few instances of signes-de-renvoi, with the corresponding text written directly under the column.