Journal Nottingham Medieval Studies, vol. 66

Nottingham Medieval Studies 66 (2022)

  • Pages: 244 p.
  • Size:156 x 234 mm
  • Illustrations:1 b/w
  • Language(s):English
  • Publication Year:2023

  • ISBN: 978-2-503-59878-9
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    The Alphabet of Nemnivus and its Place within the Study of Runica Manuscripta
    Aya M. S. Van Renterghem 9

    The Estoire d’Antioche: Conversion and Assimilation in the First Crusade
    Jennifer Markey 33

    The Oaths of Alexios I Komnenos and Count Raymond IV of Toulouse in Robert the Monk’s Historia Hierosolimitana
    Kenneth M. Coyne 67

    A Song of the Siege of Acre (1189–1191): Depictions of Conrad of Montferrat and the Carmen de Accone oppugnatione
    Patrick C. DeBrosse 99

    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
    Jen Pearce 137

    Review Articles

    Review Article: The Interpenetration of Image and Text in the Collected Studies of Jennifer O’Reilly
    Peter Darby 167

    Review Article
    Joel T. Rosenthal 185

    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) —


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