282x132 mm; I + 138 + I fols.
paper; cursive humanistic script; Petrarch’s poems with one verse per line.
<inc> Voi che ascholtate in rime sparsse [sic] il suono
fols. 1r-99v: RVF including additional disperse;
fol. 99 is followed by a blank fol. numbered as 99b;
fols. 100r-107v: fourty-four poems (mainly sonnets, but also canzoni) by different authors (including Boccaccio, Dante, and Sennuccio del Bene); among these poems there are some disperse by Petrarch (not identified as Petrarchan). For a detailed list of first lines and authors, see Mann 1975, 387;
fol. 107 is followed by a blank fol. numbered as 107b;
fols. 108r-113r: alphabetical index of the first lines of RVF poems (under each letter of the alphabet, poems are listed in order of appearance);
fol. 113v: blank;
fols. 114r-137v: Triumphi (order: Triumphus Amoris I, Amoris III, Amoris IV, Amoris II, Pudicitie, Mortis I, Mortis II, Fame Ia, Fame I, Fame II, Fame III, Temporis, Eternitatis);
fol. 137v: colophon: Deo gratias amen;
fol. 138r: three-line Latin epitaph for Petrarch by a different humanistic hand (<inc> Frigida Francisci hic lapis tegit ossa petrarce);
fol. 138v: blank.
Mann 1975, 386-88; Mortara 1864, 81-85 and 268-69