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Search The most important provenances are formed by the manuscripts from the two princely libraries of the house of Wittelsbach in Munich and Mannheim on the one hand, and by the manuscripts from formerly ecclesiastic ownership on the other hand.
Thus, around 1,100 codices are from Mannheim, among them the most numerous and valuable French manuscripts.
In the course of the secularisation, a large number of works were added from Old Bavarian monasteries.
The Tegernsee monastery tops the list with 1,680 manuscripts, followed by Benediktbeuern with 600, the cathedral libraries of Freising (400), Passau and Salzburg, as well as holdings from the mediatised imperial city of Regensburg with the city library and several monastery libraries, led by St. The different provenances of the manuscripts can largely still be seen in their classification marks, thanks to their organisation by Johann Andreas Schmeller (1785 – 1852).
With over 17,000 volumes, the collection of Latin manuscripts (Codices latini monacenses – Clm) is the most extensive with respect to numbers and also the most important collection alongside the German and Greek manuscripts.