CCCC 318

CCCC 318
Ailredi Vita S. Edwardi. Eadmeri Vita Anselmi. Apollonius Tyrius, etc.
12th century

This manuscript starts with a one-column layout, and switches to two columns on page 363. Two litterae notibiliores appear at the start of the manuscript in green. Enlarged capitals are common, and appear in red and green. Rubrics tend to appear before enlarged capitals, but frequently run over to the margin, or are written entirely in the margin. There is occasional whitespace in lines surrounding rubrics, and before enlarged capitals. Space after rubrics is sometimes filled with an extended final letter. Most pages feature hanging capitals in the left margin and visible ruling.