Transcript of Kringla or Codex Academicus Primus which was destroyed at the fire at Copenhagen University Library in 1728. According to Jørgensen ( The Lost Vellum Kringla ) AM 35–36–63 fol., together with Holm. Papp. 18 fol., constitute the most important transcripts of the lost Kringla-manuscript.
Finnur Jónsson, Heimskringla: Nóregs konunga sögur af Snorri Sturluson I Ed. K
Foliated 219-493 in red ink in the top of the recto-pages.
Paginated 1-546 in black ink in the upper right-hand corners.
The first two flyleaves are foliated I and II. The last leaf in the last quire is foliated III.
Written by Ásgeir Jónsson.
Half-binding from nóvember 2004 with leather spine and parchment corners and a cover of blue and brown marbled paper. Gilt title and serialnumber at the spine. Size of binnding: 316 mm x 221 mm x 61 mm
Originally covered by written parchment from the fifteenth century. This was removed ca 1911-1913 and was transferred to Acc. 7 e, Hs. 123 (a psalm commentary by Peter of Herentals)