This manuscript is in two columns throughout. Each folio features prominent plummet ruling between lines of text and marking the border of the columns. The text opens with a littera notabilior featuring an archbishop seated and writing. The letter has a gold leaf background. The archbishop inhabits the letter 'A' outlined in blue and filled with red that has faded to gray in places. A green line surrounds the entire letter. Enlarged capitals are prevalent, and more embellished than those in many other manuscripts in this corpus. Most have a primary color of either red, blue, or green and feature arabesque decoration in or around the letter in a different color. Rubrics are also quite common, nearly always accompanying enlarged capitals. Occasionally full sections of text are written in red. White space is often left at the end of a line before or after a rubric. Many markings appear in the margins, most notably flags, dots in series, and maniculae.