Voynich Manuscript Pictures

Note: Descriptions were taken from the eva interlinear file version 1.6e6 which can be downloaded from here .Possible plant identifications are taken from Dana Scott's extensive work on the subject.

Folio Description
f01v
Title: "Petersen's belladonna"
Subject: herbal
Colors: green,tan (Reeds)
Comments:
The plant looks basically normal, except for the very peculiar root. Petersen identifies the plant as "Solanum Solatrium, Belladonna" specifically the "flower". He says: "see L.Fuchs p.398". There is no "Solanum solatrium"; rather, "solatrium" is an ancient (Dioscoridean) name for some or all of these species:

Atropa Belladona (deadly nightshade)
Hyoscyamus niger (henbane)
Solanum nigrum (black nightshade)
Solanum dulcamara (bittersweet)

All four plants are poisonous in varying degrees. The active principles can be absorbed by smoking or through the skin as well as by ingestion. They were used as potent psychoactive drugs, causing paralysis of involuntary muscles, dizziness, sleep, hallucinations, violent behavior, etc., and have been often associated with witchcraft.
f02v
Title: "Water lily"
Subject: herbal
Colors: green (Reeds)
Comments:
The plant looks quite natural and well-drawn. Presumably, the flower stem was in front of the leaf in the original drawing; but the dark overpaint covered it. The original outline of the leaf may have been obscured, too.
f03v
Title: ???
Subject: herbal
Colors: b,green,red (Reeds)
Comments:
The plant looks quite strange. The telescoping root is hard to explain. The leaf shape is unusual but not impossible. The bloated flower chalices are very strange; they may have been drawn from pressed and dried specimens.
f04v
Title: ???
Subject: herbal
Colors: brown,green,blue (Reeds)
Comments:
Plant appearance: very, very odd, badly drawn. It seems to have two types of leaves. The lower ones are too small, badly spaced and badly proportioned, and in unnatural positions. The upper ones look like pompoms. The root has a strange, ungainly shape (but that may be the work of the Dark Painter). The stems have uneven and unnatural thickness. This drawing is almost certainly an expanded version of plant f101r1.
The Bluebell of Scotland. A very beautiful flower, Campanula rotundifolia. (D. Scott)
f05v
Title: "Tennis racket plant"
Subject: herbal
Colors: red,green,b (Reeds)
Comments: The characteristics of Agrimonia eupatoria compare well to the plant drawing a f05v, except for the mysterious loop in the VMS drawing that looks somewhat like the eye of a needle. Maybe it is a purposeful illusion or change in the shape of the plant, but I doubt that it is a mistake in the drawing. Both the flowers and the leaves look very good. The root base and stem loop are a bit of a concern. Maybe this is an unidentified subspecies, but it looks pretty close to the drawing. (D. Scott).
f06v
Title: ???
Subject: herbal
Colors: green,b (Reeds)
Comments: Possibly Wooly thistle, Cirsium eriophorum? (D.Scott)
f07v
Title: ???
Subject: herbal
Colors: red,green (Reeds) One plant, spanning from the bottom edge to 3/4 of the way to the top.
Comments: Possibly a variety of Polygonum or Persicaria with its conspicuous doton the leaves. The inflorescent flower buds appear correct and there isa sheath called an ocreas in Polygonum which may be what can be seen atthe base of the plant shoot in the VMS drawing for f07v. What seemsdifficult to locate, however, are species with hairy leaves. (D. Scott)
f08v
Title: ???
Subject: herbal
Colors: red,green,b (Reeds)
Comments: One plant, spanning top to bottom, slightly offset to the left. The mark in the SE corner is almost surely the quire number, "1st" in abbreviated Latin.
f09v
Title: "Viola tricolor"
Subject: herbal
Colors: blue,green (Reeds)
Comments:
Petersen identifies this plant, with high confidence, as "Viola trinitalis". I coudn't find such species, but "herba trinitatis" is the herbalists' name for Viola tricolor (heartsease,wild pansy) [1,2,3].

Viola tricolor was used internally to treat epilepsy, asthma and bronchitis (whole plant), as an emetic and purgative (seeds) and as a heart tonic (flowers). Externally it was used to treat skin diseases [2]. The flowers are reported to be edible.

f10v
Title: ???
Subject: herbal
Colors: b (Reeds)
Comments: One plant, flush against the bottom edge and the right margin, reaching 2/3 of the way to the top.
f11r
Title: "Spiny carrots"
Subject: herbal
Colors: b,green (Reeds)
Comments:
Three plants with entwined leaves and carrot-like roots, which take up the bottom 3/4 of the page. The plants look like carrot plants, but the "carrots" are covered with spines or barbs, pointing up(!) and two of the leaves seem to be shared by two plants(!!).
Possibly a variety of parsley (D.Scott).
f11v
Title: ???
Panels: f11v
Subject: herbal
Colors: blue,brown (Reeds)
f13v
Title: ???
Subject: herbal
Colors: blue,green (Reeds)
f14v
Title: ???
Subject: herbal
Colors: blue (Reeds)
f15v
Title: ???
Subject: herbal
Colors: green,tan (Reeds)
f16r
Title: ???
Subject: herbal
Colors: red,green,tan (Reeds)
Comments:
One plant, spanning from bottom edge to top margin, flush against the right margin. Three paragraphs (with 2.9, 4.2, and 3.7 lines) at the top, left-justified. The first two lines of paragraph 1 are right-justified and interrupted by the plant's flower.
f16v,f17r
Title: ???
Panels: f16v
Subject: herbal
Colors: red,blue (Reeds)
Comments:
One plant, occupying the right half of the page, spanning from top to bottom edges. Two paragraphs (with 6.0 and 6.8 lines) at the top, left-justified and following the plant's outline on the right. There is a mark at the SE corner, not fully visible in the image. The mark at the SE corner is almost surely the quire number, "2nd" in abbreviated Latin.

Title: "Roots with eyes"
Panels: f17r
Subject: herbal
Colors: b,green (Reeds)
Description: One plant, flush against the right margin, spanning from the bottom edge to a little below the top margin.

f17v
Title: ???
Subject: herbal
Colors: red,green (Reeds)
Comments: Possibly 'Polygonum convolvulus' (Wild Buckwheat)? (D.Scott)
f18v
Title: ???
Subject: herbal
Colors: red (Reeds)
f19v
Title: ???
Subject: herbal
Colors: blue,brown (Reeds)
Comments: Has two paragraphs; the second one is followed by a title. Perhaps the first one is too.
f20v
Title: ???
Subject: herbal
Colors: blue (Reeds)
f21v
Title: ???
Subject: herbal
Colors: red,blue (Reeds)
f22v
Title: ???
Subject: herbal
Colors: blue,green,brown (Reeds)
f23v
Title: ???
Subject: herbal
Colors: blue,chartreuse,brown (Reeds)
f24v
Title: ???
Subject: herbal
Colors: blue,green,brown (Reeds)
Description:
There is a mark at SE corner, in thich strokes, resembling a "39". The mark at the SE corner is almost certainly the quire number, "3rd" in abbreviated latin.
f26v
Title: ???
Subject: herbal
Colors: blue,green (Reeds)
f27v
Title: ???
Subject: herbal
Colors: blue,red,brown (Reeds)
Comments: I believe that the plant in folio f27v is a drawing of Tagetes patula,French Marigold. The marigold flower comes in many different shapes andsizes; however, there are sufficient correlations to the French Marigoldflower to warrant merit here. (D. Scott)
f28v
Title: ???
Subject: herbal
Colors: green,tan (Reeds)
Comments: I am quite confident that the VMS plant drawing (with radiant sunflower) in f28v represents Dahlia (probably D. imperialis). Thisparticular Dahlia flower shape is referred to as Semi-Cactus Dahlia. Insome locations Dahlia is referred to as Georgina. Dahlia was named afterthe Swedish Botanist Andreas Dahl (1751-1789), a student under Linnaeus.(D.Scott)
f29v
Title: ???
Subject: herbal
Colors: green,blue (Reeds)
f30v
Title: ???
Subject: herbal
Colors: tan (Reeds)
Comments: Possibly Filipendula ulmaria? (Meadowsweet) (D.Scott)
f31v
Title: ???
Subject: herbal
Colors: brown (Reeds)
Comments: Fernleaf Yarrow (Achillea filipendulina) appears to be a very nice matchfor f31v. The flowers are clustered into a corymb inflorescence at the top of theplant. The two flowers/fruit on the left side of the drawing present apotential problem and need closer scrutiny. Though I am not yet certain,they may be enlarged (zoomed) views of flowers from the corymb. If thisproves not to be the case, then the Yarrow identification of the plantmay be invalid. (D. Scott)
f32v
Title: ???
Subject: herbal
Colors: blue,green (Reeds)
Comments:
There is a thick marking at the SE corner, resembling a "4" with superscript "g". The mark at the SE corner is almost certainly the quire number ("4th") in abbreviated Latin.
f33v
Title: ???
Subject: herbal
Colors: green,tan,blue (Reeds)
f33v,f34r
Title: ???
Panels: f33v
Subject: herbal
Colors: green,tan,blue (Reeds)

Title: ???
Panels: f34r
Subject: herbal
Colors: green,blue,red-brown (Reeds)
Comments: The flower comparison to Astrantia major (Masterwort) looks quite good here; however, the leaves may not be correct. (D. Scott)
f34v
Title: ???
Subject: herbal
Colors: green,brown (Reeds)
Comments: Possibly 'Tree of Life'? (D.Scott)
f35v
Title: ???
Subject: herbal
Colors: green,red (Reeds)
f36v
Title: ???
Subject: herbal
Colors: green,tan (Reeds)
f37v
Title: ???
Subject: herbal
Colors: b,red,green (Reeds)
Comments: Here are two plant species (fedtschenkoi and englerii) from the sameGenus (Kalanchoe) that appear to be good candidates for the plant inf37v. These plants are from Madagascar, not South America. Knowing whenthey were first discovered would be of interest. These botanical suggestions of courseneed further examination and analysis, but they do look like strongpossibilities. (D. Scott)
f38v
Title: ???
Subject: herbal
Colors: b,tan,green (Reeds)
f39v
Title: ???
Subject: herbal
Colors: green,b (Reeds)
f40v
Title: ???
Subject: herbal
Colors: red (Reeds)
Comments:
There is a mark at the SE corner, resembling a "7" (uncrossed, with upturned serif on the top stroke) with a superscript "cg". The mark at the SE corner is almost surely a quire number, a digit with a Latin abbreviation.

Epiphyllum oxypetalum has an exotic flower that blooms at night. Whilethis is not an exact match to the flower seen in f40v, there are enoughsimilarities to warrant further investigation into related succulents. (D. Scott)
f41v
Title: ???
Subject: herbal
Colors: red,green,b (Reeds)
f42v
Title: ???
Subject: herbal
Colors: tan,green (Reeds)
f43r
Title: ???
Subject: herbal
Colors: tan,red,blue (Reeds)
f43v
Title: ???
Subject: herbal
Colors: b,green,tan (Reeds)
f44r
Title: ???
Subject: herbal
Colors: b,green,red (Reeds)
f44v
Title: ???
Subject: herbal
Colors: red,green,tan (Reeds)
f45v
Title: ???
Subject: herbal
Colors: b,green,tan (Reeds)
f46v
Title: ???
Subject: herbal
Colors: green,blue,red,tan (Reeds)
Comments: The younger, not yet fully blossomed, flowers of Tanacetum parthenium(also known as Chrysanthmum parthenium) and Tanacetum vulgare matchnicely to f46v. The shape of the leaves is less convincing, but perhapsnot impossible. (D.Scott)
f47r
Title: ???
Subject: herbal
Colors: red,green,red (Reeds)
Comments: It turns out that the botanical drawing in f47r appears to be somewhateasy to identify. There seems to be very little doubt about the identityof this plant. It is most likely Alchemilla vulgaris (Rosaceae), alsoknown as Lady's mantle (after Our Lady the Virgin Mary), lion's foot,bear's foot, leontopodium, Pied-de-Lion, and Frauenmantle. (D. Scott)
f47v
Title: ???
Subject: herbal
Colors: b,red (Reeds)
Comments: Arnica montana appears to be a very good match for f47v in the VMS. Myonly concern is that the flowers in the VMS show fewer petals than thepictures that I have found. (D. Scott).
f48v
Title: ???
Subject: herbal
Colors: blue,green,tan (Reeds)
Comments: There is a marking at the SE corner, resembling a "6" with a superscript "cg". The mark at the SE corner is almost certainly the quire number,"6th" in abbreviated Latin. There seems to be a faint image to the left of the leftmost flower. It is neither an imprint from f47v nor a bleedthrough from f48v.
f49r
Title: "Snake roots"
Subject: herbal
Colors: blue,red,green,yellow (Reeds)
Comments:
A large plant, flush against the right and bottom edges, and reaching almost to the top margin. Tunneling through the tubers are two animals that could be snakes or earthworms: legless, with long, sinuous bodies ending with a rounded tail. Their head resembles that of a sea horse, and both have a row of dots along the back.
f49v
Title: ???
Subject: herbal
Colors: blue,green (Reeds)
Description:
One plant, flush against the right edge of the page, spanning it vertically from edge to edge. The top 3/4 of the page are occupied by three paragraphs of text (with 13.0, 3.5, 8.5 lines), flush against the top and left margins. To the left of each text line there is a single symbol, 26 in total, most of them being Voynich letters. Further to the left of this column of symbols, on lines 2 thru 6 only, there are ordinary numerals "1" thru "5".
f50v
Title: ???
Subject: herbal
Colors: blue,green (Reeds)
Comments: 'Telopea speciosissima', also known as Waratah in Australia, is awonderful match for the f50v botanical drawing in the VMS. (D.Scott)
f51v
Title: ???
Subject: herbal
Colors: blue,green,yellow (Reeds)
f52r
Title: ???
Subject: herbal
Colors: blue,brown,green (Reeds)
f52v Title: ???
Subject: herbal
Colors: green,tan (Reeds)
f54v
Title: ???
Subject: herbal
Colors: blue,red,green (Reeds)
Comments: 'Solanum dulcamara (Bittersweet Nightshade)? (D.Scott)
f55v
Title: ???
Subject: herbal
Colors: green,blue,tan (Reeds)
Comments: Veltheimia bracteata (Forest Lily) from South Africa is a very goodmatch for the botanical drawing in f55v. It is also known as Cape Lily. (D. Scott)
f56r
Title: ???
Subject: herbal
Colors: yellow,blue,green (Reeds)
f56v
Title: ???
Subject: herbal
Colors: red(blotch),blue,green (Reeds)
Comments: There is a mark in the SE corner, resembling a capital lambda with superscript "mj" The mark in the SE corner is almost surely the quire number, "7th": the "lambda" is a "7", and the "j" in the superscript is actualy an EVA "y" with macron, a scribal abbreviation for "-us".
f57v
Title: "The 4 times 17 sequence"
Panels: f57v
Subject: cosmological
Colors: tan (Reeds)
f58r
Title: ???
Subject: stars
Colors: yellow(stars) (Reeds)
Comments: There are three stars in the left margin, with 6, 7, and 7 points, respectively. Each star is positioned just above the corresponding paragraph. The last two stars have a small circular core.
f58v
Title: ???
Subject: stars
Comments:Text only
f65v
Title: ???
Subject: herbal
Colors: blue,green (Reeds)
Comments:
One plant with many roots, branches and flowers, stretching to all
four edges of the page.
f66r
Title: "Three-column table"
Subject: unknown (text only)
Comments: The text is laid out in 3 columns. For each line: The left-most column contains either a single Voynich ``word'' or is blank. The middle column contains a single single ``character'' or a ligature. The right column contains a line of what appears to be normal Voynich text. In the top right hand corner there is a number "66" in ordinary numerals.
f66v
Title: ???
Subject: herbal
Colors: blue,yellow,brown (Reeds)
Comments: One plant occupies the bottom 2/3 of the page. There is a mark in the SE corner, resembling "8" with superscript "ug". The mark in the SE corner is almost surely the quire number, "8th" in abbreviated Latin.
f67r
Title: Circular diagram/sun in center
Panels: f67r1
Subject: astronomical
Colors: blue,red,yellow (Reeds)
Comments: The page is dominated by a circular diagram, surmounted by a single paragraph of text (4 lines). In the SE corner there is a mark resembling a "9" with "ng" superscript. The central face probably represents the moon. The mark in the SE corner is almost certainly the quire number, "9th" in abbreviated Latin.
f68r
Title: "Sun over Moon"
Panels: f68r1
Subject: astronomical
Colors: yellow(most_stars),blue(some_stars) (Reeds)
Comments:
The two medallions presumably represent the Sun and Moon.
f69r
Title: ???
Subject: cosmological
Colors: green-blue(pipes),yellow(stars) (Reeds)
Comments: The page contains a circular diagram, under a single paragraph (unit "P") with 3.9 lines.
f70v,71r
Title: "Aries dark"
Panels: f70v1
Subject: zodiac
Colors: green(touches),yellow(touches) (Reeds)

Title: "Aries light"
Panels: f71r
Subject: zodiac
f70v2
Title: "Pisces"
Subject: zodiac
Colors: green,blue,red(sparingly,mouths),yellow(stars) (Reeds)
f71v
Title: "Taurus light"
Panels: f71v
Subject: zodiac
Colors: red(lots),green(some) (Reeds)
Comments:
Three concentric rings of text, bounded by faint mechanically drawn
circles. A wider gap in the outer ring at 10:30 may be the
starting place.
In the centre is a horned animal feeding from a manger. Below the
bull is the word ``May'' in the Roman alphabet.
f72r1
Title: "Taurus dark"
Panels: f72r1
Subject: zodiac
Colors: dark-red,green(little),yellow(stars) (Reeds)
Comments:
Three concentric rings of text, bounded by faint mechanically drawn circles. There is no obvious starting place. In the centre is a horned animal feeding from a manger. Below the bull is the word ``May'' in the Roman alphabet.
f72r2
Title: "Gemini"
Panels: f72r2
Subject: zodiac
Colors: green,blue(dress_on_center) (Reeds)
Comments:
Three concentric rings of text, bounded by faint mechanically drawn circles. A short radial stroke at 10:30 in the inner ring may be the starting place.
f72r3
Title: "Cancer"
Panels: f72r3, f72r4
Subject: zodiac
Colors: ??? (Reeds)
Comments:
The two lobsters are probably a symbol for Cancer. Cancer is July 7 to August 11 (?). Note the switch from two bands of nymphs + overflow (as in f72r2) to three bands of figures. The decorated square suggests the text rings are to be read starting at 09:00 or so.
f72v1
Title: "Libra"
Panels: f72v1
Subject: zodiac
Colors: yellow(stars) (Reeds)
Comments:
The scale is the standard symbol for the sign of Libra. The stroke at 08:30, if original, suggests that the text should be read starting from there. The way f72v3 overlaps f72v2 indicates that they were drawn in that order. The drawing of the balance is very accurate in all details, in spite of the relatively crude perspective and technique. It looks as if the author was very familiar with the instrument. I suspect that the model may be more appropriate for a druggist than for a grocer.
f72v2
Title: "Virgo"
Panels: f72v2
Subject: zodiac
Colors: ??? (Reeds)
Comments:
The gaps at 09:30 suggest the text should be read starting from there. The way f72v3 overlaps f72v2 indicates that they were drawn in that order.
f72v3
Title: "Leo"
Panels: f72v4, f72v3
Subject: zodiac
Colors: ??? (Reeds)
Comments:
Three concentric rings of text, deimited by six faint mechanically
drawn circles. The outer and inner rings have wider word gaps
at 08:45. (The middle ring crosses a fold at that point).
The animal at the center is probably a lion, the astrological
symbol for Leo.
f73r
Title: "Scorpio"
Panels: f73r
Subject: zodiac
Colors: green(center),yellow(stars),red(lips,some_mouths) (Reeds)
Comments:
Six faint, mostly concentric, mechanically drawn circles delimit three rings of text. There seem to be no distinguished break in the text.
f73v
Title: "Sagittarius"
Panels: f73v
Subject: zodiac
Colors: ??? (Reeds)
Comments:
Six faint, mostly concentric, mechanically drawn circles delimit three rings of text. At 09:30 there is a wider gap in the middle ring and a radial stroke (a modern scribble on the copy?) cutting across the outer ring.
f74v,f75r
Title: ??? (74 is missing)
Panels: f75r
Subject: biological
Colors: green,blue(some_pipes) (Reeds)
f75r
Title: ??? (color)
Panels: f75r
Subject: biological
Colors: green,blue(some_pipes) (Reeds)
f75v
Title: "Ten showers"
Panels: f75v
Subject: biological
Colors: green,blue(in_awnings,tubes) (Reeds)
f76r
Title: ???
Panels: f76r
Subject: unknown (text only)
Colors: ??? (Reeds)
Comments: A bunch of paragraphs, with a column of letters along the left margin.
f76v
Title: ???
Panels: f76v
Subject: biological
Colors: blue,red(rouge_spots) (Reeds)
f77r
Title: ???
Panels: f77r
Subject: biological
Colors: blue,green,red (Reeds)
f78r
Title: ???
Panels: f78r
Subject: biological
Colors: b,red,green (Reeds)
f79v
Title: "Mermaid and Big Fish"
Panels: f79v
Subject: biological
Colors: b,green (Reeds)
f80v
Title: ???
Panels: f80v
Subject: biological
Colors: blue,red(one_blotch) (Reeds)
f80r
Title: "Bathing queens"
Panels: f80r
Subject: biological
Colors: blue,red,yellow (Reeds)
f81r
Title: ???
Panels: f81r
Subject: biological
Colors: green,blue(some),red (Reeds)
f82r
Title: ???
Panels: f82r
Subject: biological
Colors: blue,green,red(touch) (Reeds)
Comments: The page contains two blocks of text, surrounded and separated by three figures.
f82v
Title: ???
Panels: f82v
Subject: biological
Colors: red,blue,green (Reeds)
f83v,f84r
Title: ???
vPanels: f83v
Subject: biological
Colors: red,green,blue (Reeds)

Title: "Covered pool"
Panels: f84r
Subject: biological
Colors: green,blue,red (Reeds)
f86v
Title: "T-O Map and
Panels: f86v3
Subject: cosmological
Colors: ??? (Reeds)
Comments:
Gathering mark 14.
Text and drawing take up most of the page, right up to the edges, except for some white space left in the middle. Four tapering, densely decorated "biological" structures grow from the four corners of the page towards the center. Between these structures there are four paragraphs of normal-looking text. right next to the respective edge, to be read clockwise. In the rectangular area bounded by them, there are two more paragraphs, interrupted by part of the Northwest structure. At the very center of the page, below the two extra paragraphs, there is a mechanically drawn "T-O map"---a circle cut into three sectors by a diameter (from 09:30 to 03:30) and a perpendicular radius (at 00:30).
f87r
Title: ???
Panels: f87r
Subject: herbal
Colors: tan,green,blue (Reeds)
f87v
Title: ???
Panels: f87v
Subject: herbal
Colors: red,blue (Reeds)
Comments: The plant on the right in f87v appears to be a species of Senecio. It isdifficult to determine if there is a bulb in the root system of thef87v/right drawing in the VMS. The leaves appear correct for Senecio,but Senecio leaves can be deceptive, with different shapes appearing onthe same plant. The left plant inf87v may be a species of Kleinia which is a new genus of plants splitoff from Senecio. If the two plants are indeed related, then it wouldseem to suggest that the author of the VMS was very well educated an hada keen insight into the scientific nature of plants. It is important tonote that Senecio (e.g., S. vernalis) may be highly toxic if consumed. (D. Scott)
f88r
Title: ???
Panels: f88r
Subject: pharmaceutical
Colors: red,green,brown (Reeds)
Comments: 3 rows of veggies that seem to be named, with paragraphs under each... See Reeds, 14 Dec 91
f93r
Title: "Sunflower"
Panels: f93r
Subject: herbal
Colors: green,tan (Reeds)
f94r
Title: ???
Panels: f94r
Subject: herbal
Colors: green,tan (Reeds)
Comments: Botrychium lunaria is a reasonable match for this plant with its trophophore lamina leaf-like opposing appendages. (D.Scott)
f95r
Title: ???
Subject: herbal
Colors: blue,green (Reeds)
Comments: This is an interesting though somewhat complicated plant to try andclassify. I suspect that this is a variety of Berberis. (D. Scott)
f96r
Title: ???
Panels: f96r
Subject: herbal
Colors: green,tan (Reeds)
f99r
Title: ???
Panels: f99r
Subject: pharmaceutical
Colors: red,tan,green (Reeds)
f100r
Title: ???
Panels: f100r
Subject: pharmaceutical
Colors: red,green,b (Reeds)
f101v
Title: ???
Panels: f101v2+f101v1
Subject: pharmaceutical
Colors: red,b,tan,red[panel_v2],???[panel_v1] (Reeds)
f106r
Title: ???
Panels: f106r
Subject: unknown (text only)
Colors: red(stars),yellow(stars) (Reeds)
f116v
Title: "Last page"
Panels: f116v
Colors: ??? (Reeds)
Comments: This page is blank except for four lines of text at the top (numbered "0" to "3") and some drawings at the top left corner.