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New Research Articles July 2013
lex_salica Medieval HistoriesCarolingian kings and the leges barbarorum
Thomas Faulkner
In: Historical Research, Volume 86, Issue 233, pages 394–407, August 2013
300px-Law_of_Æthelberht_textus roffensus Medieval HistoriesLaw codes and legal norms in later Anglo-Saxon England
Levi Roach, University of Exeter
In: Historical Research, Volume 86, Issue 233, pages 394–407, August 2013
textus-roffensus Medieval HistoriesSocial structures and social change in seventh-century England: the law codes and complementary sources
John Hines, Cardiff University
In: Historical Research, Volume 86, Issue 233, pages 394–407, August 2013
breviaci_alarici Medieval HistoriesHow did the authors of the Breviarium Alaricanum work? The example of the laws on Jews
Capucine Nemo-Pekelman, Université Paris Ouest Nanterre La Défense
In: Historical Research, Volume 86, Issue 233, pages 394–407, August 2013
hälsinge-provincial-law- Uppsala University Medieval HistoriesThe creation of a Scandinavian provincial law: how was it done?
Stefan Brink, University of Aberdeen
In: Historical Research, Volume 86, Issue 233, pages 394–407, August 2013
old-oaktree-savernake-forest Medieval HistoriesForest laws in England and Normandy in the twelfth century
Judith A. Green, University of Edinburgh
In: Historical Research, Volume 86, Issue 233, pages 394–407, August 2013
a chest designed to hold the Treaty of Calais which was signed between Edward III and Jean II of France from 1360. Medieval HistoriesLaw or treaty? Defining the edge of legal studies in the early and high medieval periods
Jenny Benham, Norwich
In: Historical Research, Volume 86, Issue 233, pages 394–407, August 2013
anglo-saxon-law Medieval HistoriesRiht in earlier Anglo-Saxon legislation: a semasiological approach
Daniela Fruscione, University of Frankfurt am Main
In: Historical Research, Volume 86, Issue 233, pages 394–407, August 2013
Codex Runicus - Source: Wikipedia Arnamagnæan Institute AM28 - 8 - 8vo University of Copenhagen Medieval HistoriesCreating a Danish legal language: legal terminology in the medieval Law of Scania
Ditlev Tamm and Helle Vogt
In: Historical Research, Volume 86, Issue 233, pages 394–407, August 2013
Harold Swears and oath on holy reliquaries in the Bayeaux Tapestry Medieval Histories‘Ge mid wedde ge mid aðe’: the functions of oath and pledge in Anglo-Saxon legal culture
Matthias Ammon, University of Cambridge
In: Historical Research, Volume 86, Issue 233, pages 394–407, August 2013
Lucca Medieval HistoriesHealthscaping a medieval city: Lucca's Curia viarum and the future of public health history
G. Geltner, Department of History, University of Amsterdam
In: Urban History / Volume 40 / Issue 03 / August 2013, pp 395-415
The Parker Library, Cambridge Medieval HistoriesThe twelfth-century rubrication of Anglo-Saxon legal texts in Cambridge, Corpus Christi College, MS. 383
Thomas Gobbitt, University of Cambridge
In: Historical Research, Volume 86, Issue 233, pages 394–407, August 2013
New Research Articles May 2013
The village of Stein-Krems is pictured next to the river Danube in Lower Austria Medieval HistoriesFloods of the Upper Danube River and Its Tributaries and Their Impact on Urban Economies (c. 1350-1600): The Examples of the Towns of Krems/Stein and Wels (Austria)
By Christian Rohr
In: Environment and History: Environment and History, Volume 19, Number 2, May 2013 pp. 133-148(16)
disaster1 Medieval HistoriesStorminess in the Low Countries, 1390-1725
By Adriaan de Kraker
In: Environment and History: Environment and History, Volume 19, Number 2, May 2013  pp. 149-171(23)
The Church of St Thomas a Becket Medieval HistoriesCoastal Flooding and Socioeconomic Change in Eastern England in the Later Middle Ages
By James A. Galloway
In: Environment and History: Environment and History, Volume 19, Number 2, May 2013
Mathias-Königschulte-sheep-taking-shelter Medieval Histories Flood Security in the Medieval and Early Modern North Sea Area: A Question of Entitlement?
By Tim Soens
Source: Environment and History, Volume 19, Number 2, May 2013, pp. 209-232(24)
song-china-woodblock-printing-small Medieval HistoriesKnowledge Formation and the Great Divergence between China and Europe: Manuscripts and Printed Books, ca. 581–1840
By Ting Xu
In: Journal of Comparative Asian Development
Published online: 30 May 2013    
Odin-from-Lejre Medieval HistoriesNegotiating normativities – ‘Odin from Lejre’ as challenger of hegemonic orders
By Elisabeth Arwill-Nordbladh
Danish Journal of Archaeology
Published online: 28 May 2013    
John of Worcester, ‘Dreams of Henry I Chronicle  Oxford Corpus Christi College-MS 157 Medieval HistoriesJohn of Worcester and the science of history
By Anne E. Lawrence-Mathers
Journal of Medieval History
Published online: 13 May 2013    
bdm_psalms-in-greek-latin-arabic Medieval HistoriesEvidence for religious accommodation in Latin Constantinople: a new approach to bilingual liturgical texts
By Brendan J. McGuire
Journal of Medieval History
Published online: 22 May 2013    
Prester_John Medieval HistoriesThe search for Prester John, a projected crusade and the eroding prestige of Ethiopian kings, c.1200–c.1540
By Andrew Kurt
In Journal of Medieval History
Published online: 22 Apr 2013    
Cyprus, Kalopanayiotis, Latin Chapel in the Monastery of St John Lampadistis Medieval HistoriesShared devotions: non-Latin responses to Latin sainthood in late medieval Cyprus
Michalis Olympiosa
Journal of Medieval History
Published online: 16 May 2013
Anchoress - Corpus Christi College Cambridge, MS 79, fol. 72r.  Medieval HistoriesUncovering the ‘saintly Anchoress’: myths of Medieval anchoritism and the reclusion of Katharine de Audley
By Liz Herbet McAvoy
In: Women’s History Review
Online 23. April 2013

 

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