MS in Latin and Anglo-Saxon on vellum, Westminster, England, 26 October 1259, 50 long lines in English court documentary script and Anglo-Saxon minuscule, penwork decoration, part of the Great Seal of Henry III.
MS in Latin on bronze, Roma, 13 February 139, 2 tabellas, in formal Latin capitals, 2 holes through each tablet for a wire that originally bound the two tablets together, secured with the seals of the 7 witnesses.
MS in Croatian on vellum, Island of Krk, Croatia, early 15th c., in Glagolitic book script, headings in red, illuminated initials in strapwork and leafy design in red and black with yellow wash infill.
MS palimpsest on vellum, Mt. Sinai, Egypt. Text 1 (underlying text): in Christian Palestinian-Aramaic, Text 2 (overlying text): in Georgian Khutsuri (Georgian ecclesiastical minuscule) by Ioane Zosime.
MS in Armenian and Arabic (text 2) on vellum, Armenia, 12th c., 10 lines remaining in a large sloping Armenian uncial (Erkat'agir); text 2: Palestine/Damascus, 13th c., 4 lines in Arabic naskhi script.