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As is usual for art-historical consideration, all 294 manuscripts were allocated to various landscapes or cities in accordance with style criteria, and again sorted chronologically after this distinction. Thus, for certain regions – such as northern France or in particular Paris – a representative overview of book illuminators’ workshops or even individual artists resulted, whose works are also preserved in other libraries worldwide.
Among them, there are the so-called Channel style of around 1200, anonymously mentioned workshops (such as the Atelier du Prat or the workshop Aurifaber) or even individual, famous book illuminators, such as Richard de Montbaston and Maître Fauvel.
One example of English book art worth mentioning is the famous Golden Munich Psalter, which was crafted in Oxford during the first third of the 13th century.