Including The Chapter on Sorcery.
„Thennæ æffter skreffnæ logh gaff“
„koning cristerns handfesting“
„gaartz ræt í koningens gard í danmark“
Written in long lines. Rubrics and initials in red.
Written by Johannes Nicolai. At the end of book I and III of The Provincial Law of Jutland book he states his name: Johannes Nicolai, and at the end of the 2nd book he wrote: Jens nilsen fødder j aaleborig.
Written in Denmark in 1490, the Saturday after Pentecost.
Seven leaves, containing a calendar for Aarhus diocese, now constituting 169 8vo, and two leaves two leaves containing annalistic notes, now constituting AM 233 8vo, were removed from this manuscript by Árni Magnússon. Yet the upper half of one of the leaves is cut out and stuck to AM 10 8vo, apparently because of the following message: 'Thennæ logbog hør per terckilsen |till í føwling oc lod hennæ siælff |skriffæ aar æffter gutz byrd M° |cdlxxx° then løwerdag næsth |for pingetz dagh'.
The manuscript was owned by Per Terkelsen of Føvling, who also commisioned it.