Journal Nottingham Medieval Studies, vol. 55

Nottingham Medieval Studies 55 (2011)

  • Pages: 329 p.
  • Size:156 x 234 mm
  • Illustrations:3 b/w, 1 tables b/w.
  • Language(s):English
  • Publication Year:2012

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  • ISBN: 978-2-503-53660-6
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    Crosses in Inscriptions - ELISABETH OKASHA

    The Etymology of the Word-Field of Old English - hore and the Lexico-Cultural Climate of Eleventh-Century England - SARA M. PONS-SANZ

    The French Royal Court and the Memory of the First Crusade - JAMES L. NAUS

    The Arrival of the Tironensians: Twelfth-Century Monastic Foundations in the British Isles - KATHLEEN THOMPSON

    Sherwood and Sherwood Forest - DAVID CROOK

    Objections to Episcopal Elections in England, 1216–72 - KATHERINE HARVEY

    The Mohun Chronicle: An Introduction, Edition, and Translation - JOHN SPENCE

    West is East: The Irish Saracens in Of Arthour and of Merlin - AISLING BYRNE

    The Booklet in Medieval Manuscript Cataloguing - RALPH HANNA

    Sir Isumbras in London, Gray’s Inn, MS 20: A Revision - RHIANNON PURDIE

    A Poem on Princess Mary Tudor, 1525 - A. S. G. EDWARDS


    • The Exploitations of Medieval Romance (edited by Laura Ashe, Ivana Djordjevic´, and Judith Weiss) - EMILY WINGFIELD
    • Medieval Alliterative Poetry: Essays in Honour of Thorlac Turville-Petre (edited by John A. Burrow and Hoyt N. Duggan) - CHRISTINE CHISM
    • Un formulari i un registre del bisbe de València En Jaume d’Arago (segle XIV) (edited by M. Milagros Cárcel Ortí) - JULIA BARROW
    • Sacred Violence: The European Crusades to the Middle East, 1095–1396 (by Jill N. Claster) - NATASHA HODGSON
    • Petitions to the Crown from English Religious Houses c. 1272–c. 1485 (edited by Gwilym Dodd and Alison K. McHardy) - IAN FORREST
    • The Bayeux Tapestry: New Interpretations (edited by Martin K. Foys, Karen E. Overbey, and Dan Terkla) - ELISABETH VAN HOUTS
    • Christians and Pagans: The Conversion of Britain from Alban to Bede (by Malcolm Lambert) and Signals of Belief in Early England: Anglo-Saxon Paganism Revisited (edited by Martin Carver, Alex Sanmark, and Sarah Semple) - BARABARA YORKE
    • Women and Writing, c. 1340–c. 1650: 319 The Domestication of Print Culture (edited by Anne Lawrence-Mathers and Phillipa Hardman) - KATE ASH
    • Parliament and Political Pamphleteering in Fourteenth-Century England (by Clementine Oliver) and Fourteenth Century England VI (edited by Chris Given-Wilson) - GWILYM DODD