Text in notragir, written in one column of 18 lines. Subtitles in red notragir, and initials of subtitles and opening lines of text in large erkat’agir or notragir in red ink. The quires are not numbered, but the gatherings have 8 leaves each.
Paper, 120 folios. Text in bolorgir, written in one column of 16 lines. Folios 96v-120v, also in bolorgir, are written by a different hand. Subtitles are in red bolorgir. The first lines of individual texts are in magenta erkat’agir, and the second lines are in red bolorgir. Large red erkat’agir initials throughout the codex.Thirteen quires numbered with the letters of the Armenian alphabet, written in bolorgir in the lower margin of the page. Each quire appears to have had gatherings of 12 leaves.
The manuscript is the work of two scribes (except for the colophons, inscriptions and prefatory material before the Gospel of Matthew, which were done later). The principal scribe wrote the entire text of the four gospels in bolorgir (cursive) script; he also wrote the prefaces and indexes that stand before each gospel. The other scribe wrote the numbers within the Canon Tables, as well as the text of the Eusebian Introduction and the Eusebian numbers throughout the manuscript. (Sanjian, p. 46)
Text in bolorgir, written in one column of 17 lines. Subtitles in red bolorgir, and several initial lines of individual texts in red or magenta bolorgir. Large erkatagir initials throughout the codex.Seventeen quires numbered with the letters of the Armenian alphabet, written in bolorgir in he lower margin of the page. Except for quire 17, which has only two leaves, the quires have gatherings of twelve leaves each.