Detached from: Biblia Latina. Mainz : Printer of the 42-line bible (Johann Gutenberg, Peter Schoeffer, Johannes Fust?), 1456?. Vol. 2, fol. 139. Printed on paper.
Leaf fragment begins with Daniel, chapter 10, verse 12: "cor tuum ad intelligendum ..." and ends with chapter 11, verse 39: "multiplicabit gloriam, et dabi(t)." Top and inner margins of leaf trimmed, resulting in loss of first line of text and approximately 2.5 cm. from inner column of text. One of a group of 19 leaves of binder's waste first sold in Vienna, leaf by leaf, by Gilhofer & Ranschburg, Apr. 3, 1911.
Texts in Vulgate Latin, Arabic, Aramaic (the Targum Onkelos), Ethiopic, Greek (the Septuagint), Hebrew, Persian, and Syriac (the Peshitta); editorial matter in Latin. Each text is accompanied by its own Latin translation (by S. Pagnino, and others).
"The first column (on the double page) contains the Latin text, the next the Hebrew, and the third the Greek; a fourth column contains explanatory notes in Latin. The left-hand margin gives more accurate Latin renderings, references, etc."