This manuscript is executed in the same hand, indicating that one scribe penned the entire written text. The Bible is colored with red and blue inks throughout, with marks indicating the beginning of verses alternating in red and blue. Chapter headings and instruction that is not strictly part of the text are colored red.
Explore the treatment of the words that appear on the pages of this Bible by looking for the following:
Rubrication (the process of coloring in red)
Rubrics (chapter headings or instructions in red that are not strictly part of the text)
Under-drawing (preliminary drawing that lies under the final painted or inked image)
The text is composed of large black letter forms, common to examples found in manuscripts from the middle and lower Rhine areas.