Journal Nottingham Medieval Studies, vol. 57

Nottingham Medieval Studies 57 (2013)

  • Pages: 335 p.
  • Size:156 x 234 mm
  • Language(s):English
  • Publication Year:2013

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  • ISBN: 978-2-503-54301-7
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    The Image of the Tyrant in the Work of ‘Hugo Falcandus’ — GRAHAM A. LOUD

    Political Prodigies: Incubi and Succubi in Walter Map’s De nugis curialium and Gerald of Wales’s Itinerarium CambriaeVICTORIA FLOOD

    Women Manorial Officers in Late Medieval England — MARK FORREST

    The Anatomy of a Knightly Homicide in Rural Nottinghamshire, 1295 — DAVID CROOK

    ‘Fer in the north, I kan nat telle where’: Gentility and Provincialism in Chaucer’s Reeve’s TaleANDY KING

    Nation and Translation: Guy of Warwick between Languages — IVANA DJORDJEVIĆ

    Gift and Market in Robin Hood and the Potter — ELLIOT KENDALL

    A Nottinghamshire Dispute: English Documents of 1438–42 — THORLAC TURVILLE -PETRE

    The Sun in Splendour and the Rose Reborn: A Yorkist Mayor of Lincoln and his Book of Hours — ANNE F. SUTTON and LIVIA VISSER-FUCHS

    The Composition and Revision of Sir Gilbert Hay’s Buik of King Alexander the Conquerour — EMIL Y WINGFIELD

    Brother Grayson’s Bible: A Previously Unrecorded Book from St Mary’s Abbey, York — MICHAEL CARTER


    Memory and Commemoration in Medieval England (ed. by Caroline M. Barron

    and Clive Burgess). Saving the Souls of Medieval London: Perpetual Chantries

    at St Paul’s Cathedral, c.1200–1548 (by Marie-Hélene Rousseau) — MARTIN HEALE

    Communities and Conflict in the Anglo-Norman World (ed. by Paul Dalton, Charles Insley, and Louise J. Wilkinson) — DAVID S. SPEAR

    The Wollaton Medieval Manuscripts:Texts, Owners and Readers (by Ralph Hanna and Thorlac Turville-Petre)MIKE RODMAN JONES

    Survival and Success on Medieval Borders: Cistercian Houses in Medieval Scotland and Pomerania from the Twelfth to the Late Fourteenth Century (by Emilia Jamroziak)JOHN REUBEN DAVIES

    Gavin Douglas: The Aeneid (ed. by Gordon Kendal) — EMILY WINGFIELD

    Reading and War in Fifteenth-Century England:

    From Lydgate to Malory (by Catherine Nall) — MAR Y C. FLANNERY

    Women’s Names in Old English (by Elizabeth Okasha) — ELEANOR RYE

    Epigraphic Literacy and Christian Identity: Modes of Written Discourse in the Newly Christian European North (ed. by Kristel Zilmer and Judith Jesch) — MARJOLEIN STERN