Journal Peritia , vol. 33

Peritia - Journal of the Medieval Academy of Ireland, Volume 33 (2022)

  • Pages: 352 p.
  • Size:178 x 254 mm
  • Language(s):English
  • Publication Year:2023


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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Elizabeth Boyle: Agency, Consent and Loyalty
John Carey & Barbara Hillers: Cormac, Solomon, and One Shearing for Another
John J. Contreni: Wendepunkte, Again, and Early Medieval Biblical Studies
Alexander Falileyev: A Visit of Two Irish Franciscans to North Wales in 1323
Pierce A. Grace: On the Origins of Medicine in Ireland
Patrick McAlary: Contention after Mag Léne
Daniel Mc Carthy: Sulpicius Severus’s Construction of his 84-year Paschal Table
Mikael Males: Irish Influence on Late Norse Paganism
Constant J. Mews: From Scripture to Law in Seventh-Century Ireland
G. J. Morgan: ‘Then She Went to a Mountain Solitude’
Christian G. Schweizer : Categorizing Dicuil’s De cursu solis lunaeque
Notes
John J. Contreni: Finding Egeas in Sedulius Scottus’s De rectoribus christianis
Dáibhí Ó Cróinín: Bilingual Old Irish and Old Welsh Glosses in a Ninth-Century Gotha MS of Isidore’s Etymologiae
Pádraig Ó Riain : Addendum to Peritia 32 (2020) 181–96
Review Articles
Alain J. Stoclet: Boniface for the English
Michel Summer: Willibrord and the Christianisation of Europe
Reviews
Keith Bate, Élizabeth Carpentier & Georges Pon, La Vie de saint Didier évêque de Cahors (630–55) / Ian Wood
Emma O. Bérat, Rebecca Hardie & Irina Dumitrescu (eds), Relations of power: women’s networks in the Middle Ages / Cassidy Croci
Claire Breay & Joanna Story, with Eleanor Jackson (eds), Manuscripts in the Anglo-Saxon kingdoms: cultures and connections / Catherine Karkov
Helena Avelar de Carvalho†, An astrologer at work in late medieval France: the notebooks of S. Belle / C. Philipp E. Nothaft
S. J. Drake, Cornwall, connectivity and identity in the fourteenth century / Simon Egan
Mateusz Fafinski, Roman infrastructure in early medieval Britain. The adaptations of the past in text and stone / Barbara Yorke
Ursula Lenker & Lucia Kornexl (eds), Anglo-Saxon micro-texts / Elisabeth Okasha
Kathryn Maude, Addressing women in early medieval religious texts / Jessica Hodgkinson
Katharine Simms, Gaelic Ulster in the Middle Ages: history, culture and society/ Brendan Smith
Sacha Stern (ed), Calendars in the making: the origins of calendars from the Roman Empire to the later Middle Ages / Leofranc Holford-Strevens
P. Van Nuffelen & L. Van Hoof (eds), Clavis historicorum antiquitatis posterioris: an inventory of late antique historiography (A.D. 300–800) / Thomas OLoughlin