The calendar reproduced here in its entirety is in a book devoted to computistical materials copied in England in the middle years of the 15th century; the calendar itself was probably copied ca. 1417. The codex contains the present calendar, charts of the eclipses of the sun and of the moon, Chaucer’s Treatise on the Astrolabe, and a brief medicinal tract on humors of the body.
This calendar contains a large number of computistical columns, given the nature of its text; most liturgical calendars only have the columns numbered 7, 8, 10, 11, 12 below:
For the full explanation of these columns, see Linne R. Mooney, The Kalendarium of John Somer (Athens GA, University of Georgia Press, 1998), pp. 38-41.