The text is written in one column. 170 mm x 130 mm24-278-13
14192 mm x 155 mmThere is later pagination on every recto-side of the leaves in black ink and partly in pencil.
The watermark resembles a wreath. Note: The same watermark is found in the front part of
AM 613 f 4to.
The details are:
- Fol. 1: "blank"
- Fol. 2: wreath (top)
- Fol. 3: wreath (top)
- Fol. 4: wreath (bottom)
- Fol. 5: wreath (bottom)
- Fol. 6: "blank"
- Fol. 7: wreath (top)
- Fol. 8: "blank"
- Fol. 9: wreath (top)
- Fol. 10: "blank"
- Fol. 11: "blank"
- Fol. 12: wreath (bottom)
- Fol. 13: "blank"
- Fol. 14: wreath (bottom)
There are two quires:
There are no quire signatures.There is a pseudo-catchword on fol. 12r.
- Quire I: fols. 1-6 (1+6, 2+5, 3+4) (3 bifolia) Note: The outermost bifolium has been repaired and was unconnected
at some point. According to the watermark, the leaves form the inner three bifolia of an original quire. Since there is a lacuna
both at the beginning and after fol. 6, there used to be a fourth bifolium which is now missing.
- Quire II: fols. 7-14 (7+14, 8+13, 9+12, 10+11) (4 bifolia) Note: The outermost bifolium has been repaired
and was unconnected at some point. According to the watermark, they formed an original bifolium.
- The leaves are dirty and stained, especially at quire boundaries.
- Some leaves have been repaired.
- The beginning of the text is missing and there is a lacuna of one
leaf in between fols. 6v and 7r.
Info: The same hand wrote AM 613 f 4to.
- Initial: The initials are bolder and larger and are partly decorated.
- Paratext: The rubrics and first lines of sections are written slightly larger. They are and
occasionally emphasised by means of chancery script.
- In the bottom margin of fol. 6v, a later hand has added
"vantar!" in order to draw attention to the lacuna.
The current binding (202 mm x 161 mm x 3 mm)
is from 1771-1780.
It is made out of grey paper on cardboard with printed material as pastedown.
On the front cover, the title and shelfmark were written in ink, and on the spine
there are two stickers for the shelfmark and the running title.
There is no additional material.
The codicological unit was written in Iceland.
Kålund dates it to the seventeenth century (Kålund 1889-1894, 2: 21).