Pages 37–38: the leaf is attached with paste to the succeeding leaf. Pages 73–74 are actually two leaves pasted together. Pages 123–124 were also two leaves originally: the first leaf had one column excised and the remainder was pasted onto the following leaf.
In the lower center margin of the first recto of each quire.
Contemporary laced-case halfbinding with parchment and marbled paper. Sewn on three supports. Endband slips laced through; endband sewing in green and white. Earlier shelfmarks on inside of left cover: XVII, B 15. Handwritten spine title at head. Brown leather title label with gilt lettering. Small paper label at tail with present shelfmark.
Prepared by Sveno Laurelius in Uppsalaaround 1690. Sveno Laurelius was a student there from 1686; in 1700 he became Magister primus in mathematics, defending the thesis ‘De telluris axe’. He later served as vicar and dean of Risinge (Diocese of Linköping). The lexicon was composed by request of Professor Laurentius Norrmannus, who held the chair of Greek at Uppsala in the years 1685–1695 (‘Rogatu doctissimi viri Laur. Normanni, Prof. Upsaliensis, qui opera inter studiosos Upsalenses distributa, Lexica omnium verborum in Scriptoribus Atticis parabat, hunc indicem comoediae Aristophanis, quae Νεφέλαι inscribitur, confecit Sveno
Laurelius O:gothus, postea Praepos. Risingensis’; f. SL1v).