Journal Nottingham Medieval Studies, vol. 59

Nottingham Medieval Studies 59 (2015)

  • Pages: 205 p.
  • Size:156 x 234 mm
  • Illustrations:6 b/w
  • Language(s):English
  • Publication Year:2016

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  • ISBN: 978-2-503-55388-7
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    Nottingham Medieval Studies was first issued in 1957 and published its fiftieth volume in 2006. It was and remains an interdisciplinary journal for studies of European history and literature from Late Antiquity through to the Reformation. The journal also features articles in related fields such as archaeology, art history, linguistics, musicology and philosophy. Nottingham Medieval Studies is published as a single annual volume.

    Nottingham Medieval Studies est une revue pluridisciplinaire destinée à l’étude de l’histoire et de la littérature européennes de l’Antiquité Tardive à la Reformation. La revue comprend également des articles sur l’archéologie, l’histoire de l’art, la linguistique, la musicologie et la philosophie. La revue est publiée en un seul volume, une fois par l’an. Commençant avec le colume LIV (2010), Nottingham Medieval Studies est publiée par Brepols, avec Julia Barrow comme rédactrice en chef, et comme assistante, Joanna Martin.


    What Bede’s Use of Caveats Reveals about his Attitude to his Sources
    Richard Shaw

    The Naming of Guthlac
    Paul Cavill

    Aspects of War in Medieval French Occasional Verse
    Diana  B. Tyson

    The Origin of the ‘Name and Arms’ Clause and the Development of the Lineage Culture in Fourteenth-Century England
    Bridget Wells-Furby

    ‘L’exemple des angres / Þe exempil of angellis’: A French Tract on Heraldry and its Scots Translation
    Richard J. Moll, Erica Leighton , and Mario Longtin

    Commemorating Duke John IV of Brittany in Ritual and Image
    Diane  E. Booton