With respect to content, this catalogue volume focuses on juridical and liturgical texts. In addition, there are texts from the fields of theology, philosophy, astronomy and medicine. Five manuscripts had been re-shelved in the 19th century, and it had been forgotten that they had originally belonged to the Augsburg cathedral library. These books could be identified on the basis of indications in old library catalogues. They are described in the appendix 1 of the catalogue.
The descriptions of the collection of the Augsburg cathedral library are complemented by a table of all manuscripts and fragments known so far, including their current classification marks and locations of preservation and also encompassing the codices that had been sorted out at an early stage.
The catalogue also offers a description of the sole manuscript preserved in Munich that comes from the Franciscan Observantist monastery of Heilig Grab. The manuscript Clm 3941, formerly owned by the widely known Augsburg humanist Sigismund Gossembrot, contains humanistic texts, letters, drawings and the only preserved copy of the copper engraving "Die Macht des Weibes" (the power of women).
Die Handschriften aus Augsburger Bibliotheken. Volume 3: Domstift und Franziskanerobservantenkloster Heilig Grab. Clm 3831 – 3919, Streubestände gleicher Provenienz und Clm 3941. Newly described by Juliane Trede in cooperation with Anja Freckmann. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag, 2018. Katalog der lateinischen Handschriften der Bayerischen Staatsbibliothek München. 3,3.
Codices Latinos 3831 – 3919 et 3941 Bibliothecarum Augustanarum Continens. Aquis Mattiacis: Harrassowitz, MMXVIII. Catalogus Codicum manu scriptorum Bibliothecae Monacensis. Tomus III, Series Nova, Pars 3,3.