For anyone not familiar with such manuscripts, you just need to know that a Gospel Lectionary / Evangeliary / Evangelistary (the terminology varies) contains the readings from the gospels that are spoken by the deacon at mass. (The parts read by the priest are contained in a Sacramentary; the readings from the Epistles, read by the subdeacon, are contained in an Epistle Lectionary, or Epistolary; and the sung parts are contained in a Gradual).
- Temporale: mainly of moveable feasts (dependent on when Christmas and Easter fall in a given year), usually running from the beginning of Advent to the week before Advent in the following year, up to 25 Sundays after the octave of Pentecost (or -- as seems likely in the present case -- from Christmas Eve to the end of Advent)
- Sanctorale: mainly saints' feast days (with fixed dates), usually starting from the feast of St Catherine (25 Nov.) or St Andrew (30 Nov.), because these are major feasts that occur at about the same date as the beginning of Advent (or -- as seems likely in the present case -- from St Sylvester, 31 December, to St Thomas, 29 December)
- Common of Saints: texts for classes of saint (in hierarchical order from apostles and martyrs to confessors and virgins) who are not important enough to have their own distinct ("proper") texts
- Dedication of a Church, and often other votive masses
 Images kindly sent to me by Lisa Fagin Davis, and added here 30 May 2021.
 Images kindly sent to me by Jim Sims, and added here 30 May 2021.
Yet to be identified/placed:
fol. __r/v [Feia IV] (Mt 12:50); Feria V "Dicebat Ihesus ad eos qui crediderunt ei Iudeos" (Jn 8:31-39) (King Alfred's Notebook, 2015)