Journal Nottingham Medieval Studies , vol. 66

Nottingham Medieval Studies 66 (2022)

  • Size:156 x 234 mm
  • Language(s):English
  • Publication Year:2023


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    TABLE OF CONTENTS

    Aya Van Renterghem, ‘The Alphabet of Nemnivus and its Place within the Study of Runica Manuscripta

    Jennifer Markey, ‘The Betrayer Of Antioch: Depictions Of A Saracen Traitor’

    Kenneth Coyne, 'The Oaths of Alexios I Komnenos and Count Raymond IV of Toulouse in Robert the Monk’s Historia Hierosolimitana'

    Patrick DeBrosse, ‘"Quondam Rex"?: Conrad of Montferrat, Guy of Lusignan, and the Rivalry for the Crown of Jerusalem’

    Jennifer Pearce, ‘Cross-Cultural Relations in the Early Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem: The Canons of the Council of Nablus, 1120’ (Winner of the Nottingham Medieval Studies Postgraduate Essay Competition for 2021)

    Review Articles

    ‘The Interpenetration of Image and Text in the Collected Studies of Jennifer O’Reilly’

    PETER DARBY

    Appleton, Stephanie & Mariri MacDonald, eds., Stratford-Upon-Avon Wills 1348-1701: Volume I, 1348-1647: Volume II, 1648-1701 (Stratford upon Avon: The Dugdale Society, Publications vols. LII & LIII, 2020). Pp. xxiv & 466, 513. ISBN, 978-0-85220-106-0.

    JOEL T. ROSENTHAL

    Book Reviews

    All Roads Lead to Rome: The Creation, Context and Transmission of the Codex Amiatinus (ed. by Jane Hawkes and Meg Boulton)

    JESSICA HODGKINSON

    Imagining Anglo-Saxon England: Utopia, Heterotopia, Dystopia (by Catherine E. Karkov)

    ERIK WADE

    Writing History in the Community of St Cuthbert c. 700-1130 From Bede to Symeon of Durham (by Charles C. Rozier)

    MARGARET COOMBE

    Liutprando di Cremona, De Iohanne papa et Ottone imperatore. Crimini, deposizione e morte di un pontefice maledetto (ed. and trans. by Paolo Chiesa)

    MICHELE BAITIERI

    Henry of Blois: New Interpretations (ed. by William Kynan-Wilson and John Munns)

    CRAIG M. NAKASHIAN

    The Canons of the Third Lateran Council of 1179: Their Origins and Reception (by Danica Summerlin)

    ATRIA A. LARSON

    John of Garland’s De triumphis Ecclesie: A New Critical Edition with Introduction and Translation (ed. and trans. by Martin Hall)

    ANDREW D. BUCK

    Crestien’s ‘Guillaume D’Angleterre’: William of England, An Edition and Annotated Translation (by Ian Short)

    JUDITH WEISS

    The ‘Mappae Mundi’ of Medieval Iceland (by Dale Kedwards)

    VICTORIA E. H. WALKER

    Ecologies of Crusading, Colonization, and Religious Conversion in the Medieval Baltic: Terra Sacra II (ed. by Aleks Pluskowski)

    MARK WHELAN

    The Templar Estates in Lincolnshire 1185-1565: Agriculture and Economy (by J. Michael Jefferson)

    ROSS S. KENNEDY

    The Book of Geoffroi de Charny with the Livre Charny (ed. and trans. by N. Bryant with intro. by Ian Wilson)

    DAVID GREEN

    Women and Parliament in Later Medieval England (by W. Mark Ormrod)

    LAURA TOMPKINS

    Female Desire in Chaucer’s ‘Legend of Good Women’ and Middle English Romance (by Lucy M. Allen-Goss)

    HANNAH PIERCY

    Treason and Masculinity in Medieval England: Gender, Law and Political Culture (E. Amanda McVitty)

    KATHERINE J. LEWIS

    Law in Common: Legal Cultures in Late-Medieval England (by Tom Johnson)

    EUAN C. ROGER

    England’s Norther Frontier: Conflict and Local Society in the Fifteenth-Century Scottish Marches (by Jackson W. Armstrong)

    MATTHEW HEFFERAN