|Content Description||Containing two Anglo-Norman French texts bound together, both in the same hand. The texts are described separately, under WLC/LM/4, ff.1-56 and WLC/LM/4, ff.57-171.|
The entire book is written in double columns of 42 lines. Throughout the text are decorated four-line capitals in red and blue penwork extending into the borders with a six-line initial A at the opening of the 'Mirur'.
Dating is based on the most recent catalogue description: second half of the 13th century (Reference: The Wollaton Medieval Manuscripts).
Previous number: Mi LM 4
|Publication Note||Reference: Historical Manuscripts Commission, Report on the Manuscripts of Lord Middleton Preserved at Wollaton Hall, Nottinghamshire, compiled by W.H. Stevenson (London, 1911), p. 220-221; Image and Text, p. ; The Wollaton Medieval Manuscripts|