According to Cowie, this is 'evidently the common-place book of a student at Rome, at the beginning of the 17th century'
138x102 mm. 187 fos (modern foliation, fos 31-4, 55-8, 73-82, 186-7 blank). College bookplate (eighteenth century) inside front cover. 'MSS 126' inside front cover. On second flyleaf, in Thomas Baker's hand: 'Liber olim ornatiss: Viri Tho: Wagstaff' and 'Tho: Baker dedit Coll: Jo: Socius ejectus'.
A single hand throughout, with few alterations or corrections, and with many interesting mathematical diagrams and illustrations of apparatus, drawn in the same hand. Paper. Contemporary limp vellum binding; formerly with two pairs of ties. The spine title is now so worn as to be illegible.