Text in black ink. Beginning of each prayer and anaphora, instructions for the priests and deacons, and also the order of pointing and benediction over the Host (bread) and the cup (wine) are in red ink.
In Psalms, strings of words were missing, but were then inserted above the line or after the line by the same scribe. These additional words (often ten or twelve in a row) are written in the same hand, but smaller.
Hymns for the Lenten season. St. Yared the Musician, the author of these hymns, divided the Lenten season into eight weeks. Almost all of the hymns are about the teaching and miracles of Jesus. The hymns discuss the teaching of Jesus in the Synagogue, his cleaning of the temple, his miracle of healing paralysis, his parable of the faithful servant, the discussion with Nicodimus, his teaching about his second coming, his glorious entrance into Jerusalem, his last days at Jerusalem, and his crucifixion.