Journal The Mediaeval Journal, vol. 4:2

The Mediaeval Journal 4.2 (2014)

  • Pages: 149 p.
  • Size:156 x 234 mm
  • Language(s):English
  • Publication Year:2015

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  • ISBN: 978-2-503-55061-9
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    Bille Friesen, Troubled Relations: Parallels Between the Vita Bonifatii prima and Bonifatian Epistolary

    Philip M. Dunshea, The 'Strath Caruin' Awdl and the Welsh Annals

    Rachel Fulton Brown, Exegesis, Mimesis, and the Voice of Christ in Francis of Assisi's Office of the Passion

    Stefan Visnjevac, 'Equip Yourself to Inflict Vengeance [...] Thus it will be Recognised that You are the Founder of Peace': Laudation and Attempted Persuasion through a Sermon for the Emperor Sigismund

    Tamara Haddad, Locating the Drama: Micklegate Bar and the Skinners'Entry into Jerusalem

    Helen Young and Stephanie Downes, Anglo-Norman in Exile: The Early Critical Reception of Pies Langtoft's Chronicle


    N.J. Higham (ed.), Wilfrid: Abbot, Bishop, Saint. Papers from the 1300th Anniversary Conferences (Richard Sowerby)

    Henry Mayr-Harting, Religion and Society in the Medieval West, 600-1200: Selected Papers (Julia Barrow)

    Brian Todd Carey, Joshua B. Allfree, and John Cairns, The Road to Manzikert: Byzantine and Islamic Warfare, 527-1071 (Lucas McMahon)

    Alex Metcalfe, The Muslims of Medieval Italy (Nicholas Morton)

    Graham A. Loud, Roger II and the Creation of the Kingdom of Sicily: Selected Sources Translated and Annotated (Clifford A. Brackman)

    Agnès Dubreil-Arcin, Vies de saints, légendes de soi. L'écriture hagiographique dominicaine jusqu'au 'Speculum sanctorale' de Bernard Gui (d.1331) (Frances Andrews)

    Janet Burton and Karen Stöber (ed.), Monastic Wales. New Approaches (Martin Heale)

    Joseph Sterrett and Peter Thomas (eds), Sacred Text - Sacred Space: Architectural, Spiritual and Literary Convergences in England and Wales (Niamh Pattwell)

    Wendy Scase (ed.), The Making of the Vernon Manuscript: The Production and Contexts of Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS Eng. poet. a. 1 (Helen Marshall)