Germany, late 15th century. (150 x 110 mm; 220mm ). Latin. 34 lines in two columns. Eighteen 2-line illuminated initials in alternating red and blue decoration with shell gold; Blue and gold alternating single line initials. Ruled in pink. Rubricated running heads with titles of the celebrations. Rubrication guiding liturgical pattern. Early modern foliation, with modern correction (erased).
These four pages, or two folia comprising a bifolium give a peek into the liturgical celebrations of the fifth and sixth feasts after Pentecost and the Sunday vigil of the Trinity. The consecutive text indicates this bifolium was the center of a gathering.