The parchment contains part of sūra IX, Sūrat at-Tauba ("Repentance") from āya (versicle) 102 to 126 (incomplete). Over the years, the dark ink of the manuscript has lost its original colour, and become a light shade of brown. Vowel signs have been marked in red. The originally missing diacritical points were partially added at a later date. There is an ornamental rosette at the end of each tenth part āya. The text, written on both sides of the parchment, appears to be brighter on the recto. The rare fragment of the Koran, transcribed with archaic Arabic Kufi writing, is the example of an ancient version to which the orthographical changes were subsequently made, inserting diacritical signs, a widespread practice in Islamic culture.