Journal Mediaeval Studies, vol. 77

Mediaeval Studies 77 (2015)

  • Pages: 201 p.
  • Size:170 x 255 mm
  • Illustrations:1 b/w
  • Language(s):English
  • Publication Year:2016

  • ISBN: 978-0-88844-679-4
  • Paperback
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Mediaeval Studies is the annual journal published by the Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies. It was established in 1939 and from the outset its purpose has been the publication of research on the Middle Ages by scholars throughout the world, particularly research involving unedited manuscript and archival material. Most volumes are divided into three sections: Texts includes extensive editions with substantial introductions; Articles includes studies based on unedited or edited documents and texts and also includes studies of other monuments of medieval culture; Mediaevalia consists of notices or short articles on specific documents or topics. 

Mediaeval Studies est la revue annuelle publiée par le Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies. Elle a été créée en 1939 et dès le départ son but était de publier les recherches sur le Moyen Âge fournies par des chercheurs du monde entier, en particulier la recherche impliquant des manuscrits inédits et des matériaux d’archives. La plupart des volumes sont divisés en trois sections : la section Textes comprend des éditions approfondies avec des introductions substantielles; la section Articles comprend des études basées sur des documents et des textes non édités ou édités, ou sur d’autres monuments de la culture médiévale; Mediaevalia consiste en des notices ou de courts articles sur des documents ou des sujets spécifiques.



C. Lafleur, D. Piché, J. Carrier, The Questiones circa litteram de uniuersalibus and Expositio littere secunde parti prohemii of the Commentary on the Isagoge Attributed (?) to John Pagus (II. Principles of the Edition and Edition)


Ch. D. Wright, More Latin Sources for the Old English "Three Utterances" Homilies

V. Bridges, Reading Walter of Châtillon’s Alexandreis in Medieval Anthologies

Sh. Jiwa, From Slaves to Supporters: The Role of the Slavs in the Fatimid Mediterranean Empire in the Fourth/Tenth Century

M. C. Gaposchkin, The Feast of the Liberation of Jerusalem in London, British Library Additional 8927 Reconsidered

F. D. Logan, C. D. Eckhardt, Fragments from a Lost Court of Arches Act Book, 1445-1446