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The Institute has over 200 titles in print. In addition to its collections of texts, studies, and translations, as well as the journal Mediaeval Studies, it also publishes volumes on behalf of theand in the University of Toronto, and distributes publications of l’Institut d’Études Médiévales, Montreal.
Complete Catalogue of Publications: PART 1
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Adelard of Bath. The First Latin Translation of Euclid’s Elements Commonly Ascribed to Adelard of Bath. Edited by H.L.L. Busard. ST 64. 1983. vi, 425 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–064–8 • $89.95 • A critical edition of books i-viii and books x.36–xv.2.
Ambrose, Kirk. The Nave Sculpture of Vézelay: The Art of Monastic Viewing. ST 154. 2006. xiv, 196 pp.; 150 figures and plates. Casebound. ISBN 978–0–88844–154–6 • $94.95 • This important scholarly work will fundamentally change the way we think about the celebrated sculptural ensemble at the French Romanesque monastic church of Vézelay.
Amstutz, Renate. Ludus de decem virginibus: Recovery of the Sung Liturgical Core of the Thuringian Zehnjungfrauenspiel. ST 140. 2002. xxxvi, 412 pages; musical transcriptions, figures, tables, facsimiles; 92 pages on microfiche. Casebound. ISBN 978–0–88844–140–9 • $89.95 • An interdisciplinary study of the Latin remnants of the German–Latin Play of the Ten Virgins, based on comprehensive research into the medieval liturgical and dramatic traditions. The restored text and music of the Latin chants reveal a complete Latin liturgical drama that may have preceded the surviving macaronic play.
Armstrong, Lawrin. Usury and Public Debt in Early Renaissance Florence: Lorenzo Ridolfi on the Monte Comune. ST 144. 2003. xiv, 460 pp. Casebound. ISBN 978–0–88844–144–4 • $85.95 • Money, politics and law were intimately linked in the merchant republics of medieval and Renaissance Italy. Nowhere was this more evident than in the realm of public finance. View
Barnes, Corey L. Christ's Two Wills in Scholastic Thought: The Christology of Aquinas and Its Historical Contexts. ST 178; Mediaeval Law and Theology 5. 2012. viii, 358 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–178–2 • $85.00 • This book investigates scholastic discussions of Christ's wills from Anselm of Canterbury to John Duns Scotus, concentrating on Thomas Aquinas. View
Blumenthal, Uta-Renate. The Early Councils of Pope Paschal II, 1100–1110. ST 43. 1978. xiv, 173 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–043–3 • $39.95 • A definitive study of the councils, participants, canons and other notable decisions.
Bedouelle, Guy. The Reform of Catholicism, 1480–1620. Translated by James K. Farge. ST 161; Catholic and Recusant Texts 1. 2008. xii, 172 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–161–4 • $25.95 • An excellent introduction to early modern Catholicism for undergraduates from departments of History, Theology or Religious Studies that also plugs an important gap in the market for the interested layman. View
Boulton, Maureen Barry McCann. The Old French Évangile de l’Enfance. An edition with introduction and notes. ST 70. 1984. x, 117 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–070–9 • $24.95 • A popular thirteenth-century account of the early life of Jesus drawn mainly from apocryphal sources.
Brown, Oscar James. Natural Rectitude and Divine Law in Aquinas. ST 55. 1981. xiv, 210 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–055–6 • $44.95 • An integrated interpretation of the Thomistic doctrine of law.
Brown, Virginia. Beneventan Discoveries: Collected Manuscript Catalogues, 1978–2008. Edited by Roger E. Reynolds. ST 179; Monumenta Liturgica Beneventana 6. 2012. xxiv, 428 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–179–9 • $90.00 • This book reprints Virginia Brown's five lists of recently discovered Beneventan manuscript items, which first appeared in the journal Mediaeval Studies. View
Burley, Walter. Quaestiones super librum Posteriorum. Edited by Mary Catherine Sommers. ST 136. 2000. x, 214 pp. Casebound. ISBN 978–0–88844–136–2 • $39.95 • An edition of Burley’s twelve Questions on Aristotle’s Posterior Analytics, probably connected with his teaching as part of the arts curriculum and organized around themes of Aristotelian scientific method.
Capgrave, John. Life of Augustine. Edited from British Library Additional MS 36704, together with Jordanus of Saxony’s Vita s. Augustini from Bibliothèque de l’Arsenal MS 251, by Cyril Lawrence Smetana. ST 138. 2001. x, 138 pp. Casebound. ISBN 978–0–88844–138–6 • $33.95 • This edition of a unique Middle English manuscript written about 1451 provides a diplomatic transcription of the text, expanding Capgrave’s abbreviations and includes modern punctuation, capitalization, word division and paragraph breaks.
Caxton, William. The Booke of Ovyde Named Methamorphose. Edited by Richard Moll. ST 182; British Writers 4. Forthcoming 2013. viii, 652 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–182–9 • $150.00 • NOTE: Co-published by The Bodleian Library (ISBN 978–1–85124–253–5). Customers in Europe, including the United Kingdom, please order from • William Caxton’s translation of the prose Ovide Moralisé was the first English version of Ovid's Metamorphoses. The present edition seeks to renew interest in Caxton’s text and to encourage study of it in its own right. View
Reportatio et lectura super Sententias: Collatio
ad librum primum et prologus. Edited by Joseph C. Wey. ST 90. 1989.
viii, 424 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–090–7 • $89.95
Lectura super Sententias: Liber I, Distinctiones 1–2.
Edited by †Joseph C. Wey and Girard J. Etzkorn. ST 156. 2007. xiv, 562 pp.
Casebound. ISBN 978–0–88844–156–0 • $94.95
The Church and Vernacular Literature in Medieval France. Edited by Dorothea Kullmann. ST 165; Toronto Studies in Romance Philology 1. 2009. viii, 296 pp. Casebound. ISBN 978–0–88844–165–2 • $75.00 • Specialists in linguistics, literature, history, and musicology address the interaction between lay and religious cultures and the productive tension that resulted from the situation of the Church in medieval France. View
Collectio Toletana. A Canon Law Derivative of the South-Italian Collection in Five Books. Edited by Douglas Adamson and Roger E. Reynolds. ST 159; Monumenta Liturgica Beneventana 5. 2008. viii, 91 pp. Casebound. ISBN 978–0–88844–159–1 • $59.95 • A study and a critical implicit edition of an eleventh-century canon law collection based on the Collection in Five Books and the famous Decretum of Burchard of Worms. View
Dante Alighieri. Dante’s Monarchia. Translated, with a commentary by Richard Kay. ST 131. 1998. xliv, 449 pp. Casebound. ISBN 978–0–88844–131–7 • $85.00 • Latin text, modern English translation, and extensive notes on the entire range of cultural allusions that permeates this famous example of medieval political thought.
Demaitre, Luke E. Doctor Bernard de Gordon: Professor and Practitioner. ST 51. 1980. xii, 236 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–051–8 • $49.95 • The life and medical writings of this late thirteenth-century master at Montpellier.
DeWindt, Anne Reiber and Edwin Brezette DeWindt. Royal Justice and the Medieval English Countryside. The Huntingdonshire Eyre of 1286, the Ramsey Abbey Banlieu Court of 1287, and the Assizes of 1287–88. ST 57. 1981. 2 parts: xvi, viii, 766 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–057–0 • $159.95 • Editions of the extant records of royal courts in Huntingdon, 1286–1288.
Dimnik, Martin. The Dynasty of Chernigov, 1054–1146. ST 116. 1994. xxiv, 485 pp.; maps, plates. Casebound. ISBN 978–0–88844–116–4 • $98.50 • A history of the Svyatoslavichi, descended from Svyatoslav, the second eldest surviving son of Yaroslav ’the Wise’ (d. 1054).
Dimnik, Martin. Mikhail, Prince of Chernigov and Grand Prince of Kiev, 1224–1246. ST 52. 1981. xvi, 199 pp.; maps, plates. ISBN 978–0–88844–052–5 • $44.95 • A biography of this leader of the Rus’, martyred by the Tatars.
Dodd, Erica Cruikshank. With James Martin, John J.C. McCullough, Kassem Toueir, and Nicholas Zammuto. The Frescoes of Mar Musa al-Habashi: A Study in Medieval Painting in Syria. ST 139. 2001. xxii, 204 pp.; 25 colour plates, 158 black-and-white plates, 8 line drawings. Casebound. ISBN 978–0–88844–139–3 • $89.00 • The book relates the history of the monastery through the Middle Ages and presents a detailed study of the paintings and inscriptions in the church, including those uncovered recently by the Istituto del Restauro.
Dutton, Paul Edward, ed. The Glosae super Platonem of Bernard of Chartres. ST 107. 1991. xii, 334 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–107–2 • $55.00 • A critical edition of a magisterial set of glosses on Plato’s Timaeus by the twelfth-century master Bernardus Carnotensis.
Eiximenis, Francesc. Psalterium alias Laudatorium Papae Benedicto XIII dedicatum. Edited by Curt J. Wittlin. ST 87. 1988. viii, 327 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–087–7 • $69.95 • A collection of 350 prayers and contemplations in refined Latin, grouped in three coherent thematic cycles.
Field, Lester L., Jr. On the Communion of Damasus and Meletius: Fourth-Century Synodal Formulae in the Codex Veronensis LX. ST 145. 2004. xii, 304 pp. Casebound. ISBN 978–0–88844–145–4 • $69.95 • Emerging from the Roman synods of the 370s, epistolary exemplars provided formulae that healed the schism between the two Nicene claimants to the see of Antioch. Since this union with the Western Church did not last past 381, the synodal formulae for reunion pose delicate problems of great import to Church history.
Filotas, Bernadette. Pagan Survivals, Superstitions, and Popular Cultures in Early Medieval Pastoral Literature. ST 151. 2005. x, 438 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–151–5 • $89.95 • This study explores early medieval popular culture as it appeared in ecclesiastical and secular law, sermons, penitentials, and other pastoral works – a selective but illuminating record of the beliefs and practices of ordinary Christians from circa 500 to 1000 AD. View
Findon, Joanne. Lady, Hero, Saint: The Digby Play's Mary Magdalene. ST 173. 2011. viii, 232 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–173–7 • $85.00 • Recalling genres as varied as lyric poetry, romance, fabliau, sermons, meditations, and hymns, the late medieval Digby Mary Magdalene play presents an especially complex version of the popular saint. View
Ford, Alvin E., ed. La Vengeance de Nostre-Seigneur. The Old and Middle French Prose Versions: The Version of Japheth. ST 63. 1984. viii, 232 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–063–1 • $49.95 • Popular tellings of punishment inflicted on Jerusalem because of Jesus’ death.
Ford, Alvin E., ed. La Vengeance de Nostre-Seigneur. The Old and Middle French Prose Versions. ST 115. 1993. x, 235 pp. Casebound. ISBN 978–0–88844–115–7 • $49.00 • The Cura sanitatis Tiberii (The Mission of Volusian), the Nathanis Judaei legatio (Vindicta Salvatoris), and the versions found in the Bible en français of Roger d’Argenteuil.
Franklin, Carmela Vircillo. The Latin dossier of Anastasius the Persian: Hagiographic Translations and Transformations. ST 147. 2004. xii, 572 pp. Casebound. ISBN 978–0–88844–147–8 • $119.95 • An examination of the cultural and codicological contexts in which the cult of Anastasius the Persian and its hagiographic tradition were disseminated from the Greek East to the Latin West. Ten critical editions are included.
Gervers, Michael. The Hospitaller Cartulary in the British Library (Cotton MS Nero E VI). A study of the manuscript and its composition. ST 50. 1981. xxii, 386 pp.; maps, plates. ISBN 978–0–88844–050–1 • An analysis of the composition of a mid-fifteenth-century cartulary.
Goering, Joseph. William de Montibus (c. 1140–1213). The Schools and the Literature of Pastoral Care. ST 108. 1992. xii, 638 pp. Casebound. ISBN 978–0–88844–108–9 • $95.00 • Life and writings of an influential teacher of theology in twelfth-century England, with editions of 6 works and extracts from 10 others.
Górecki, Piotr. A Local Society in Transition: The Henryków Book and Related Documents. ST 155. 2007. xii, 284 pp. Casebound. ISBN 978–0–88844–155–3 • $74.95 • This book consists of an annotated translation of a history of a Cistercian monastery known as the Henryków Book (1268–1310) and of some thirty charters further illustrating that history, as well as a sustained introductory essay.
Gough, Mary, ed. Alahan: An Early Christian Monastery in Southern Turkey. Based on the work of Michael Gough. ST 73. 1985. xviii, 235 pp.; 3 maps, 71 figures, 89 plates. ISBN 978–0–88844–073–0 • $55.95 • Alahan (late fifth century) is a key site in the history of early Byzantine architecture.
Gower, John. Poems on Contemporary Events: The Visio Anglie (1381) and Cronica tripertita (1400). Edited by David R. Carlson, with a verse translation by A.G. Rigg. ST 174; British Writers 2. 2011. viii, 420 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–174–4 • $150.00 • NOTE: Co-published by The Bodleian Library (ISBN 978–1–85124–290–0). Customers in Europe, including the United Kingdom, please order from • The English poet John Gower (ca. 1330–1408) wrote Latin poems witnessing crucial political events of his day. This volume includes texts, commentaries, and verse translations. View
Guerric of Saint-Quentin. Quaestiones de quolibet. A Critical Edition by † Walter H. Principe, with Editorial Revision and a Preface by Jonathan Black. Introduction by Jean-Pierre Torrell. ST 143. 2002. xxxvi, 463 pp. Casebound. ISBN 978–0–88844–143–0 • $84.95 • The nine philosophical and theological quodlibets and fragments of five others attributed to this early Dominican master are among the earliest known quodlibetal questions. They are presented with an introduction (in French) examining the various subjects in the Latin text.
Guillaume de Pierre Godin. The Theory of Papal Monarchy in the Fourteenth Century: Tractatus de causa immediata ecclesiastice potestatis. Edited by William D. McCready. ST 56. 1982. xxiv, 397 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–056–3 • $84.95 • An important statement of the papal hierocratic point of view.
Guillaume de Tocco. Ystoria sancti Thome de Aquino de Guillaume de Tocco (1323). Edition critique, introduction et notes par Claire le Brun-Gouanvic. ST 127. 1996. viii, 298 pp. Casebound. ISBN 978–0–88844–127–0 • $49.50 • Composed between 1318 and 1323 by the promoter of Thomas’ canonization, this is the oldest important biographical document which we possess.
Gyug, Richard Francis, ed. Missale Ragusinum: The Missal of Dubrovnik (Oxford, Bodleian Library, Canon. liturg. 342). ST 103; Monumenta Liturgica Beneventana 1. 1990. xxx, 435 pp.; plates. ISBN 978–0–88844–103–4 • $59.95 • This edition of a thirteenth-century missal includes musical transcriptions, references to parallel sources, and a detailed introduction to a regional tradition of Beneventan liturgy.
Haines, Roy M. Archbishop John Stratford. Political Revolutionary and Champion of the Liberties of the English Church ca. 1275/80–1348. ST 76. 1986. xviii, 587 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–076–6 • $119.95 • A biography of the most important Englishman in the ecclesiastical and political life of the fourteenth century.
Harkins, Franklin T. Reading and the Work of Restoration: History and Scripture in the Theology of Hugh of St Victor. ST 167; Mediaeval Law and Theology 2. 2009. xii, 336 pp. Casebound. ISBN 978–0–88844–167–6 • $81.00 • This book represents the first comprehensive study of the role of historia in the processes of reading and restoration (or salvation) in the theology of Hugh of St Victor. View
Henry of Huntingdon. Anglicanus ortus: A Verse Herbal of the Twelfth Century. Edited and translated by Winston Black. ST 180; British Writers 3. 2012. xiv, 562 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–180–5 • $175.00 • NOTE: Co-published by The Bodleian Library (ISBN 978–1–85124–284–9). Customers in Europe, including the United Kingdom, please order from • Written entirely in Latin verse, the recently discovered Anglicanus ortus describes the medicinal uses of 160 different herbs, spices, and vegetables. View
Herebert, William. The Works of William Herebert, OFM. Edited by Stephen R. Reimer. ST 81. 1987. x, 173 pp.; plate. ISBN 978–0–88844–081–2 • $39.95 • Herebert’s extant works consist of 6 sermons in Latin, 3 sermon outlines, and 23 lyrics in Middle English.
Herren, Michael W., ed. The Hisperica Famina II: Related Poems. A Critical Edition with English Translation and Philological Commentary. ST 85. 1987. xvi, 226 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–085–3 • $39.95 • Texts and translations of the Lorica of Laidcenn, the Leiden Lorica, the Rubisca, and the Adelphus Adelpha Meter.
Hilken, Charles, ed. The Necrology of San Nicola della Cicogna (Montecassino, Archivio della Badia 179, pp. 1–64). ST 135; Monumenta Liturgica Beneventana 2. 2000. x, 178 pp. Casebound. ISBN 978–0–88844–135–5 • $34.95 • An edition and study of a necrology from a dependency of Montecassino. This record of death anniversaries gives insights not only into the community itself but into its relation to the larger Beneventan brotherhood as well as to its secular neighbors.
Hilken, Charles. Memory and Community in Medieval Southern Italy: The History, Chapter Book, and Necrology of Santa Maria del Gualdo Mazzocca. ST 157; Monumenta Liturgica Beneventana 4. 2008. xii, 320 pp. Casebound. ISBN 978–0–88844–157–7 • $79.95 • This study of Santa Maria del Gualdo Mazzocca, a Benedictine priory, and then abbey, directly dependent upon the papacy, offers a remarkable glimpse into the nature of monastic life in the middle ages.
Hillgarth, J.N. The Visigoths in History and Legend. ST 166. 2009. xii, 239 pp. Casebound. ISBN 978–0–88844–166–9 • $81.00 • This book explores one of the central myths of Spain. A study of the evolution and persistence of the nation's Gothic roots, it promises to become essential reading for both historians and literary scholars. View
Holcot, Robert. Seeing the Future Clearly. Questions on Future Contingents. Edited by Paul A. Streveler and Katherine H. Tachau. ST 119. 1995. x, 223 pp. Casebound. ISBN 978–0–88844–119–5 • $40.00 • An edition of 4 Quodlibetal questions addressing the relationship of a wholly contingent created order with an entirely benevolent, omnipotent and omniscient divinity.
Horner, Patrick J., ed. A Macaronic Sermon Collection from Late Medieval England. ST 153. 2006. viii, 544 pp. Casebound. ISBN 978–0–88844–153–9 • $94.95 • This volume provides editions and modern translations of twenty-three sermons written in a highly unique macaronic blend of Latin and Middle English from one of the most important sermon manuscripts from the mid-fourteenth century. View
Jones, Julian Ward Jr, ed. An Aeneid Commentary of Mixed Type. The Glosses in MSS Harley 4946 and Ambrosianus G111 inf. A critical edition. ST 126. 1996. viii, 248 pp. Casebound. ISBN 978–0–88844–126–3 • $53.00 • A mixed Imperial and medieval-type commentary on Book 6, and an Imperial-type commentary on Book 5.
Julian of Norwich. A Book of Showings to the Anchoress Julian of Norwich. Edited by Edmund Colledge and James Walsh. ST 35. 1978. 2 parts: viii, vi, 789 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–035–8 • $124.95 • The definitive edition of both the short and long texts of the mystical revelations to Julian.
Klingelhöfer, Eric. Manor, Vill, and Hundred: The Development of Rural Institutions in Early Medieval Hampshire. ST 112. 1992. xiv, 213 pp.; 15 figures. Casebound. ISBN 978–0–88844–112–6 • $45.00 • A wide variety of sources casts light on the origin of rural institutions in central Hampshire from the eighth to the eleventh centuries.
Langland, William. Piers Plowman: The Z Version. Edited by A.G. Rigg and Charlotte Brewer. ST 59. 1983. x, 137 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–059–4 • $29.95 • The first edition of this version of the poem.
Leland, John. De uiris illustribus / On Famous Men. Edited and translated by James P. Carley with the assistance of Caroline Brett. ST 172; British Writers 1. 2010. clx, 868 pp., with 8 black-and-white plates. ISBN 978–0–88844–172–0 • $175.00 • NOTE: Co-published by The Bodleian Library (ISBN 978–1–85124–367–9). Customers in Europe, including the United Kingdom, please order from • Intended to be a comprehensive dictionary of British writers, this work lay incomplete at Leland's death. View
Lewis, Gertrud Jaron. By Women, for Women, about Women. The Sister-Books of Fourteenth-Century Germany. ST 125. 1996. xiv, 329 pp.; 473 pp. on 2 microfiche; map, plates. Casebound. ISBN 978–0–88844–125–6 • $73.00 • A comprehensive study of these writings by Dominican nuns in the German-speaking countries during the fourteenth century.
Lifshitz, Felice. The Norman Conquest of Pious Neustria. Historiographic Discourse and Saintly Relics 684–1090. ST 122. 1995. xii, 324 pp. Casebound. ISBN 978–0–88844–122–5 • $63.50 • An examination of the religious historiography of Frankish Neustria (now Normandy) through narratives composed between the late seventh and the late eleventh centuries.
Maurer, Armand. The Philosophy of William of Ockham in the Light of Its Principles. ST 133. 1999. x, 590 pp. Casebound: ISBN 978–0–88844–133–1 • $85.00 • Paperback (released 2001): ISBN 978–0–88844–416–5 • $47.50 • This study of Ockham shows him to be a seminal thinker whose insights anticipate significant developments in modern philosophy.
McCoog, Thomas M. "And Touching Our Society": Fashioning Jesuit Identity in Elizabethan England. ST 183; Catholic and Recusant Texts 3. 2013. xiv, 476 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–183–6 • $95.00 • This collection brings together thirteen landmark essays by Thomas M. McCoog, SJ, on the Society of Jesus in England, Ireland, and Scotland, four of them appearing in English for the first time. View
McCready, William D. Miracles and the Venerable Bede. ST 118. 1994. xvi, 288 pp. Casebound. ISBN 978–0–88844–118–8 • $55.00 • This work seeks to elucidate one aspect of Bede’s legacy by examining his treatment of the miracles of modern saints.
McCready, William D. Odiosa sanctitas: St Peter Damian, Simony, and Reform. ST 177; Mediaeval Law and Theology 4. 2011. xii, 322 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–177–5 • $85.00 • In 1067, Bishop Pietro Mezzabarba was accused of simony. Cardinal-bishop St Peter Damian's involvement in this affair provides the vantage point for a new reading of the latter part of his career and of selected aspects of his thought. View
Michaud, Francine. Un signe des temps. Accroissement des crises familiales autour du patrimoine à Marseille à la fin du xiiie siècle. ST 117. 1994. xxiv, 232 pp.; graphs, tables. Casebound. ISBN 978–0–88844–117–1 • $55.00 • Archival documents demonstrate the precariousness of the strategies for administering and transmitting family patrimonies in late thirteenth-century Marseilles.
Moore, Ellen W. The Fairs of Medieval England: An Introductory Study. ST 72. 1985. xii, 401 pp.; maps, plate. ISBN 978–0–88844–072–3 • $84.95 • English fairs in the twelfth and thirteenth centuries have left a wide range of sources from which to study life in the Middle Ages.
Mulchahey, M. Michèle. “First the Bow is Bent in Study ...”: Dominican Education before 1350. ST 132. 1998. xxii, 618 pp. Casebound. ISBN 978–0–88844–132–4 • $110.00 • A detailed exploration of Dominican education in the first century of the order’s life.
Mundy, John Hine. Society and Government at Toulouse in the Age of the Cathars. ST 129. 1997. xiv, 528 pp.; maps, genealogical tables. Casebound. ISBN 978–0–88844–129–4 • $89.00 • Drawing on more than half a century of research and reflection, this book is a detailed study of Toulousian society, family, economics, and government that is at the same time a sourcebook of a range of archival information on a range of people, their occupations, status, and obligations.
Murray, Alexander C. Germanic Kinship Structure. Studies in Law and Society in Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages. ST 65. 1983. xii, 256 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–065–5 • $54.95 • A major reevaluation of the traditional view of early Germanic kinship structure.
O’Carroll, Mary E. A Thirteenth-Century Preacher’s Handbook: Studies in MS Laud Misc. 511. ST 128. 1997. xii, 466 pp; maps, diagrams. Casebound. ISBN 978–0–88844–128–7 • $85.00 • This manuscript is a characteristic example of the late medieval sermon collection, as well as a preacher’s handbook.
Olsen, Glenn W. Of Sodomites, Effeminates, Hermaphrodites, and Androgynes: Sodomy in the Age of Peter Damian. ST 176. 2011. xiv, 538 pp., plus 29 b/w plates. ISBN 978–0–88844–176–8 • $85.00 • This study treats basic questions in the historical study of sex and gender, and analyzes the work of Peter Damian, especially his Epistle 31, the so-called Book of Gomorrah. View
Olson, Sherri. A Chronicle of All that Happens. Voices from the Village Court in Medieval England. ST 124. 1996. x, 253 pp.; map. Casebound. ISBN 978–0–88844–124–9 • $45.00 • This book uses the minutes of local courts at Upwood and Ellington (Hunts.) to initiate a new line of methodological questions about medieval historiography.
Olson, Sherri. A Mute Gospel: The People and Culture of the Medieval English Common Fields. ST 162. 2009. x, 242 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–162–1 • $80.95 • The goal of this study is to gain a more balanced view of medieval society by considering how peasants thought about themselves and their world as revealed in English manorial court records. View
Orme, Nicholas. English School Exercises, 1420–1530. ST 181. 2013. xii, 442 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–181–2 • $95.00 • This edition of twelve collections of grammar-school exercises makes available for the first time the majority of the material in the genre, and provides a new source for the social and cultural history of England in the century before the Reformation. View
Payer, Pierre J. Sex and the New Medieval Literature of Confession, 1150–1300. ST 163; Mediaeval Law and Theology 1. 2009. x, 249 pp. Casebound. ISBN 978–0–88844–163–8 • $75.00 • This volume studies the treatment of sex in the “new” literature of penance and confession that flourishes from late twelfth century until the end of the Middle Ages. View
Peter of Cornwall. Peter of Cornwall's Book of Revelations. By Robert Easting and Richard Sharpe. ST 184; British Writers 5. Forthcoming 2013. xvi, 616 pp., plus 2 b/w plates. ISBN 978–0–88844–184–3 • $150.00 • NOTE: Co-published by The Bodleian Library (ISBN 978–1–85124–254–2). Customers in Europe, including the United Kingdom, please order from • Peter of Cornwall (c. 1140–1221) was a diligent and methodical compiler of monumental works, of which one, the Liber Reuelationum, preserved uniquely in Lambeth Palace MS 51, is the focus for this study. View
Peters, Greg. Peter of Damascus: Byzantine Monk and Spiritual Theologian. ST 175. 2011. xii, 214 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–175–1 • $75.00 • This book seeks to renew interest in a figure who was an important contributor to the larger field of Byzantine monasticism. View
Petersen, Joan M. The Dialogues of Gregory the Great in Their Late Antique Cultural Background. ST 69. 1984. xxiv, 227 pp.; maps. ISBN 978–0–88844–069–3 • $54.95 • A reassessment of the Dialogues.
Petrus Helias. Summa super Priscianum. Edited by Leo Reilly. ST 113. 1993. 2 vols.: xii, 494, xii, 601 pp. Casebound. ISBN 978–0–88844–113–3 • $330.00 • A critical edition of this important twelfth-century commentary on Priscian.
Pryor, John H. Business Contracts of Medieval Provence. Selected Notulae from the Cartulary of Giraud Amalric of Marseilles, 1248. ST 54. 1981. xiv, 311 pp.; maps, plate. ISBN 978–0–88844–054–9 • $64.95 • Selections from the earliest surviving notary’s records from southern France.
Radulphus Ardens. The Questions on the Sacraments: Speculum uniuersale 8.31–92. Edited and translated by Christopher P. Evans. ST 171; Mediaeval Law and Theology 3. 2010. viii, 296 pp. Cloth. ISBN 978–0–88844–171–3 • $95.00 • In his Speculum uniuersale, Radulphus Ardens (fl. 1190s) builds upon the sacramental theology of Peter Lombard and Simon of Tournai. View
Raftis, J. Ambrose. Early Tudor Godmanchester. Survivals and New Arrivals. ST 97. 1990. xiv, 466 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–097–6 • $74.95 • This detailed account draws on surviving records to show how one English town adapted to social and economic change.
Raftis, J. Ambrose. A Small Town in Late Medieval England: Godmanchester, 1278–1400. ST 53. 1982. xiv, 479 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–053–2 • $99.95 • The history of towns in the middle ages is as important as that of cities or villages.
Reynolds, Roger E. The Collectio canonum Casinensis duodecimi saeculi (Codex terscriptus). A derivative of the South-Italian Collection in Five Books. An implicit edition with introductory study. ST 137; Monumenta Liturgica Beneventana 3. 2001. x, 129 pp. Casebound. ISBN 978–0–88844–137–9 • $31.95 • This twelfth-century collection of ecclesiastical law reflects reforming trends of both the Ottonian and Salian emperors of the early eleventh century and the so-called Gregorian reformers from the later eleventh century.
Recusancy and Conformity in Early Modern England: Manuscript and Printed Sources in Translation. Edited by Ginevra Crosignani, Thomas M. McCoog, and Michael Questier, with the assistance of Peter Holmes. ST 170; Catholic and Recusant Texts 2. 2010. xxxiv, 430 pp. Cloth. ISBN 978–0–88844–170–6 • $95.00 • This volume seeks to make available in translation to students and scholars in early modern studies the principal texts on conformity and recusancy in the Elizabethan Church. View
Ribordy, Geneviève. "Faire les nopces": Le mariage de la noblesse française (1375–1475). ST 146. 2004. xxvi, 207 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–146–1 • $44.95 • This study, based on hundreds of marriage records from France, attempts to portray the relationship of the Church's view on marriage to the economic and political views of the nobility.
Richard of Campsall. Works II: Minor Treatises; Logica Campsale Anglici. Edited by Edward A. Synan. ST 58. 1982. viii, 450 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–058–7 • $94.95 • Editions of the logical works of Richard and Pseudo-Richard (early fourteenth century).
Rigg, A.G., ed. and trans. Gawain on Marriage. The Textual Tradition of the De coniuge non ducenda. ST 79. 1986. xii, 104 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–079–2 • $24.95 • One of the most popular anti-matrimonial satires of the later Middle Ages.
Robert de Boron. Joseph d’Arimathie. A critical edition of the verse and prose versions by Richard O’Gorman. ST 120. 1995. xiv, 575 pp.; plate. Casebound. ISBN 978–0–88844–120–1 • $98.50 • Robert attempted to create a broad synthesis of sacred history and secular narrative centred on the Grail story.
Rorem, Paul. Biblical and Liturgical Symbols within the Pseudo-Dionysian Synthesis. ST 71. 1984. xii, 177 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–071–6 • $39.95 • The writings of Dionysius the Pseudo-Areopagite as a coherent synthesis.
Rorem, Paul. Eriugena's Commentary on the Dionysian Celestial Hierarchy. ST 150. 2005. xiv, 242 pp. Casebound. ISBN 978–0–88844–150–8 • $59.95 • This study of Eriugena's Expositiones on the Pseudo- Dionysian Celestial Hierarchy focuses on its literary form, on the practices of translation and paraphrase, as well as on the philosophical theology. Translations of major sections of the Expositiones are appended. View
Silano, Giulio. Acts of Gubertinus de Novate, Notary of the Patriarch of Aquileia, 1328–1336. A calendar with selected documents. ST 102. 1990. xiv, 357 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–102–7 • $52.00 • A study of the early registers of a Lombard notary who drafted acts for the episcopal ruler of the largest diocese in Europe.
Simon of Faversham. Quaestiones super libro elenchorum. Edited by Sten Ebbesen, Thomas Izbicki, John Longeway, Francesco del Punta, Eileen Serene, and Eleonore Stump. ST 60. 1984. xiv, 270 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–060–0 • $59.95 • A critical edition of the early and late sets of questions by this thirteenth-century logician.
Simonsohn, Shlomo. The
Apostolic See and the Jews. Documents: 492–1404. ST 94. 1988.
xiv, 550 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–094–5 • $84.95 •
An edition with explanatory notes of over 500 papal
documents dealing with the Jews. (Gelasius I to Boniface IX.)
Smith, T. Allan. The Volokolamsk Paterikon: A Window on a Muscovite Monastery ST 160. 2008. viii, 240 pp. Casebound. ISBN 978–0–88844–160–7 • $75.95 • This volume makes accessible to mediaevalists, church historians, and Slavists, texts associated with the Monastery of the Dormition in Volokolamsk, one of the most important monastic foundations in mediaeval Muscovy, and with its founder, Iosif of Volokolamsk. View
Stork, Nancy Porter. Through a Gloss Darkly. Aldhelm’s Riddles in the British Library MS Royal 12.C.xxiii. ST 98. 1990. viii, 274 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–098–3 • $44.95 • A diplomatic edition of the full set of scholia (or glosses) to Aldhelm’s Enigmata, a popular medieval school text.
Symeon of Thessalonika. The Liturgical Commentaries. Edited and translated by Steven Hawkes–Teeples. ST 168. 2011. viii, 302 pp. Casebound. ISBN 978–0–88844–168–3 • $90.00 • The commentaries Explanation of the Divine Temple and "On the Sacred Liturgy" follow the ancient Christian literary tradition of explaining the meaning of the services; they also prescribe how the liturgy should be executed. View
Tanner, Norman P. The Church in Late Medieval Norwich, 1370–1532. ST 66. 1984. xviii, 279 pp.; maps. ISBN 978–0–88844–066–2 • $59.95 • One of the closest analyses of religion in a medieval city yet made.
Theoleptos of Philadelpheia. The Monastic Discourses. A critical edition, translation and study by Robert E. Sinkewicz. ST 111. 1992. viii, 418 pp. Casebound. ISBN 978–0–88844–111–9 • $69.00 • Instructions to nuns by a key figure in the ecclesiastical and political controversy over the union of the Eastern and Western Churches following the Council of Lyon (1274).
Thierry of Chartres. The Latin Rhetorical Commentaries. Edited by Karin M. Fredborg. ST 84. 1988. vi, 403 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–084–6 • $84.95 • Thierry’s commentaries on Cicero’s manual on rhetorical argumentation (De inventione) and the Pseudo-Ciceronian Rhetorica ad Herennium.
Thomas Aquinas. Lectura romana in primum Sententiarum Petri Lombardi. Edited by † L.E. Boyle, OP and John F. Boyle. ST 152. 2006. x, 222 pp. Casebound. ISBN 978–0–88844–152–2 • $64.95 • This edition makes available for the first time a previously lost work of Thomas Aquinas, a second commentary on Book I of Peter Lombard’s Liber sententiarum. View
Transmundus. Introductiones dictandi. Edited and translated by Ann Dalzell. ST 123. 1995. x, 254 pp. Casebound. ISBN 978–0–88844–123–2 • $45.50 • A critical edition with translation of a manual of instruction teaching an artistic and artificial style of Latin, written by a one-time protonotary of the papal chancery.
Walsh, Maura and Dáibhí Ó Cróinín, eds. Cummian’s Letter De controversia paschali and the De ratione conputandi. ST 86. 1988. x, 264 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–086–0 • $55.95 • A new edition of Cummian’s letter on the Paschal controversy, and a critical edition of a contemporary Irish computistical manual.
Warner of Rouen. Moriuht. Edited and translated by Christopher J. McDonough. ST 121. 1995. x, 230 pp. Casebound. ISBN 978–0–88844–121–8 • $45.50 • An early eleventh-century poem noted for its blend of satire, invective and bawdiness. With English translation and full commentary.
Webster, Jill R. Els Menorets. The Franciscans in the Realms of Aragon from St. Francis to the Black Death. ST 114. 1993. xii, 455 pp.; figures, plate. Casebound. ISBN 978–0–88844–114–0 • $98.50 • A reconstruction of the early years of the Franciscans in Aragon, showing their rapid progress as trusted ambassadors, messengers, spiritual advisers and cultural leaders.
Weisheipl, James A., ed. Albertus Magnus and the Sciences: Commemorative Essays, 1980. ST 49. 1980. xiv, 658 pp.; map, plates, figures. ISBN 978–0–88844–049–5 • $99.95 • Twenty-one essays on a major Dominican thinker of the thirteenth century.
Wernham, Monique. La communauté juive de Salon-de-Provence d’après les actes notariés 1391–1435. ST 82. 1988. xviii, 303 pp.; maps. ISBN 978–0–88844–082–2 • $64.95 • A study of a Jewish community in southern France based on a rich collection of legal and administrative documents.
Wieland, Gernot R. The Latin Glosses on Arator and Prudentius in Cambridge University Library, MS Gg.5.35. ST 61. 1983. x, 286 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–061–7 • $59.95 • The glosses on these early school texts guided the Anglo-Saxon student in the study of Latin.
Wolf, Kirsten, ed. The Old Norse-Icelandic Legend of Saint Barbara. ST 134. 2000. x, 188 pp. Casebound. ISBN 978–0–88844–134–7 • $39.95 • An edition (diplomatic and normalized), of the Old Norse–Icelandic legend of Saint Barbara extant in Stockholm, Kungliga Biblioteket Perg. 2 fol. from ca. 1425–1445 and also in Copenhagen, Det arnamagnæanske Institut AM 429 12mo from ca. 1500.
Wolf, Kirsten, ed. The Icelandic Legend of Saint Dorothy. ST 130. 1997. viii, 132 pp.; plate. Casebound. ISBN 978–0–88844–130–0 • $28.50 • A critical edition of the Icelandic translation of the legend extant in a single manuscript in Denmark.
Wollesen, Jens T. Patrons and Painters on Cyprus: The Frescoes in the Royal Chapel at Pyrga. ST 169. 2010. 200 pp.; plates. Casebound. ISBN 978–0–88844–169–0 • $95.00 • The fresco decoration of the Royal Chapel at Pyrga on Cyprus is usually dated 1421. This study presents iconographical and stylistic evidence supporting a much earlier dating. View
Wright, J. Robert. The Church and the English Crown, 1305–1334. A study based on the register of Archbishop Walter Reynolds. ST 48. 1980. xx, 472 pp.; plate. ISBN 978–0–88844–048–8 • $99.95 • A biographical study of this influential archbishop of Canterbury.
Wright, Stephen K. The Vengeance of Our Lord: Medieval Dramatizations of the Destruction of Jerusalem. ST 89. 1989. x, 233 pp.; 3 fiche. ISBN 978–0–88844–089–1 • $49.95 • A critical history of the large family of medieval plays depicting the siege and destruction of Jerusalem in 70 AD. Included on microfiche are editions of 6 plays.
Zacour, Norman. Jews and Saracens in the Consilia of Oldradus de Ponte. ST 100. 1990. x, 114 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–100–3 • $19.95 • Oldradus’ legal arguments at Avignon concerned problems posed by the presence of Muslims and Jews in Christian territories.
Thomas Hatfield: Bishop, Soldier, and Politician. Edited by Anthony Bash. 2012. viii, 76 pp. + 4 colour plates. ISBN 978–0–88844–440–0 • $19.95 • Based on a series of lectures given at Hatfield College in 2010, this volume highlights the unique military, political, and clerical roles Hatfield performed and his notable legacies. View
Peace and Protection in the Middle Ages. Edited by T.B. Lambert and David Rollason. DMRME 1. 2009. xii, 202 pp. Casebound. ISBN 978–0–88844–860–6 • $76.00 • This book explores peace and protection as a fundamental motor of medieval society, bringing together literary, legal and historical studies. View
Saint Anselm of Canterbury and His Legacy. Edited by Giles E.M. Gasper and Ian Logan. DMRME 2. 2012. xii, 460 pp. Casebound. ISBN 978–0–88844–861–3 • $95.00 • This collection of twenty-one essays is based on papers originally delivered at a conference commemorating the nine hundredth anniversary of Anselm’s death in 1109. View
Chaucer, Geoffrey. The House of Fame. Second edition. Edited by Nicholas R. Havely. DMRT 3. Forthcoming 2013. Approx. 200 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–563–6 • $35.00 • The present edition is based on a collation of five witnesses and provides a substantial list of variants. View
Old English Minor Heroic Poems. Third edition. Edited by Joyce Hill. DMRT 2. 2009. viii, 131 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–562–9 • $21.95 • The four heroic poems edited here give tantalising insights into the world of Old English heroic poetry. View
Robert Grosseteste. The Dimensions of Colour: Robert Grosseteste's De colore. Edition, Translation and Interdisciplinary Analysis by Greti Dinkova-Bruun, Giles E.M. Gasper, Michael Huxtable, Tom C.B. McLeish, Cecilia Panti and Hannah Smithson. DMRT 4. 2013. x, 94 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–564–3 • $19.95 • Robert Grosseteste's De colore (On Colour), in which Grosseteste constructs a combinatorial account of colour, plays an important role within the canon of his scientific works. View
Vafþrúðnismál. Second edition. Edited by Tim William Machan. DMRT 1. 2008. viii, 142 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–561–2 • $22.95 • In this Old Norse poem from the height of the Viking Age, the god Óðinn and an ancient giant named Vafþrúðnir engage in a deadly game requiring bravery, courage, and cunning. View
Abelard, Peter. The Story of Abelard’s Adversities. Translated with notes by J.T. Muckle. Revised edition. MST 4. 1964. 80 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–253–6 • $10.95 • Abelard’s autobiography is truly unique in medieval Latin literature.
Abelard, Peter. A Dialogue of a Philosopher with a Jew, and a Christian. Translated by Pierre J. Payer. MST 20. 1979. viii, 187 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–269–7 • $12.95 • The classic debate between natural law and written law, and Christian grace.
Alan of Lille. Anticlaudianus or The Good and Perfect Man. Translation and commentary by James J. Sheridan. MST 14. 1973. 251 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–263–5 • $16.95 • Alan’s most significant work on man’s quest for knowledge and virtue.
Alan of Lille. The Plaint of Nature. Translation and commentary by James J. Sheridan. MST 26. 1980. viii, 256 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–275–8 • $17.95 • This major twelfth-century portrait of Natura, her powers and effects in the universe, had a notable influence on Chaucer and Spenser.
Bacon, Roger. The Art and Science of Logic. A translation of the Summulae dialectices with notes and introduction by Thomas S. Maloney. MST 47. 2009. xxviii, 256 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–297–0 • $40.95 • A treatise on logic annotated and presented in translation. View
Bacon, Roger. On Signs. Translated with an introduction and notes by Thomas S. Maloney. MST 54. 2013. xii, 148 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–304–5 • $19.95 • The chapter "On Signs" of Roger Bacon's Opus maius is the most comprehensive and innovative treatise on semiotics in the thirteenth century. View
Boethius of Dacia. On the Supreme Good. On the Eternity of the World. On Dreams. Translated by John F. Wippel. MST 30. 1987. vi, 89 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–280–2 • $10.95 • This Boethius was a leading representative of the movement known as Latin Averroism.
The Cardinal Virtues: Aquinas, Albert, and Philip the Chancellor. Translated by R.E. Houser. MST 39; Studies in Mediaeval Moral Teaching 4. 2004. x, 256 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–289–5 • $29.95 • The four cardinal virtues, first identified by Plato, are discussed through these translations of the works of three major medieval thinkers. The extensive introduction traces the development of the concept through to the thirteenth century.
The Chronicle of Zuqnin. Parts III and IV, AD 488–775. Translated from the Syriac with notes and introduction by Amir Harrak. MST 36. 1999. xviii, 388 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–286–4 • $37.50 • The chronicle runs from the creation to the eighth century, but concentrates on sixth-century Byzantium and the early ’Abbasid caliphate.
The Collection in Seventy-Four Titles: A Canon Law Manual of the Gregorian Reform. Translated and annotated by John Gilchrist. MST 22. 1980. xiv, 288 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–271–0 • $35.00 • An influential collection representing the ideas of the eleventh-century reform movement.
The History of Alexander's Battles. Translated by R. Telfryn Pritchard. MST 34. 1992. viii, 200 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–284–0 • $14.95 • Myth, history, and moral fable typify the medieval view of Alexander.
Master Eckhart. Parisian Questions and Prologues. Translated with an introduction and notes by Armand A. Maurer. MST 15. 1974. 123 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–264–2 • $9.95 • These early fourteenth-century questions reveal a powerful and original speculative theologian and metaphysician.
The Fleury Play of Herod. Edited by Terence Bailey. MST 5. 1965. 72 pp.; plate. ISBN 978–0–88844–254–3 • $8.95 • A medieval dramatization of the events surrounding Christ’s birth; Latin and English texts with music.
Geoffrey of Vinsauf. Poetria nova. Revised edition. Translated by Margaret F. Nims. Introduction to the revised edition by Martin Camargo. MST 49. 2010. vi, 96 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–299–4 • $15.95 • The Poetria nova, written by the Englishman Geoffrey of Vinsauf shortly after 1200, was the most influential medieval treatise on rhetorical poetics. View
Gersonides. The Wars of the Lord, Treatise Three: On God’s Knowledge. Translation and commentary by Norbert Max Samuelson. MST 19. 1977. xii, 323 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–268–0 • $29.95 • The extensive commentary to this translation investigates Gersonides’ views on the nature of God’s knowledge.
Gregory the Great. The Letters of Gregory the Great. Translated, with Introduction and Notes, by John R.C. Martyn. MST 40. 2004. 3 volumes: xxxiv, 962 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–290–1 • $95.95 for the set • This translation of the Registrum epistularum of Gregory the Great is the first complete version in English. All fourteen books of the letters are presented in three volumes: Books 1–4 appear in volume 1, Books 5–9 in the second volume, and Books 10–14 in the concluding volume.
Hervaeus Natalis. The Poverty of Christ and the Apostles. Translated by John D. Jones. MST 37; Studies in Medieval Moral Teaching 2. 1999. x, 174 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–287–1 • $29.95 • Hervaeus’ text and a contemporary summary of Franciscan views focus on heated fourteenth-century debates over the question of ownership of property by Christ and the apostles, and by the Franciscan order.
Ibn Sina. Remarks and Admonitions, Part One: Logic. Translated by Shams C. Inati. MST 28. 1984. xiv, 165 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–277–2 • $17.95 • The first part of the most concise and comprehensive account of Ibn Sina’s philosophy.
John of Paris. On Royal and Papal Power. Translated with an introduction by J.A. Watt. MST 9. 1971. 261 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–258–1 • $15.95 • The ablest polemic on the French side of the dispute between Philip the Fair and Boniface VIII.
John of Salisbury. Anselm & Becket: Two Canterbury Saints’ Lives. Translated with an introduction by Ronald E. Pepin. MST 46. 2009. viii, 108 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–298–7 • $20.95 • Although neither of these biographies has secured the universal acclaim that modern scholars have bestowed on John of Salisbury's other writings, both certainly warrant scholarly attention. View
Kimhi, Joseph. The Book of the Covenant. Translated by Frank Talmage. MST 12. 1972. 88 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–261–1 • $9.95 • A twelfth-century defence of Judaism against Christian antagonists.
The Land Legislation of the Macedonian Emperors. Translated with an introduction and notes by Eric McGeer. MST 38. 2000. xii, 146 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–288–8 • $24.95 • These fourteen legal decrees issued by the Macedonian Emperors constitute the most important source for the internal history of tenth-century Byzantium. Includes translation, commentary, maps, glossary, and bibliography.
The Life of Cola Di Rienzo. Translated with an introduction by John Wright. MST 18. 1975. 166 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–267–3 • $11.95 • The most vivid and compelling contemporary portrait of this revolutionary leader of medieval Rome.
Pedro Alfonso. The Scholar’s Guide. A translation by Joseph R. Jones and John E. Keller of the twelfth-century Disciplina clericalis. MST 8. 1969. 117 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–257–4 • $9.95 • Clever fictions and philosophical ideas wrapped in a mock-serious didacticism.
Peter of Limoges. The Moral Treatise on the Eye. Translated with an introduction by Richard Newhauser. MST 51. 2012. xxxiv, 272 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–301–4 • $35.00 • This treatise moves from what can be established about the eye and vision on scientific grounds to the moral or spiritual interpretation of optics; it helped legitimate the cultural utility of natural science. View
Peter Lombard. The Sentences – Book 1:
The Mystery of the Trinity.
Translated by Giulio Silano. MST 42; St Michael's College Mediaeval Translations.
2007. lviii, 278 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–292–5 • $40.95 •
This volume makes available for the first
time in English full translations of Book 1 of Peter Lombard’s Sentences,
the work that would win the greatest teacher of the twelfth century a
place in Dante’s Paradise and would continue to excite generations of
students well beyond the Middle Ages.
Petrarch. Book Without a Name. A translation by Norman P. Zacour of the Liber sine nomine. MST 11. 1973. 128 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–260–4 • $10.95 • This indictment of the papal court at Avignon has influenced all later views.
The Play of Antichrist. Translated with an introduction by John Wright. MST 7. 1967. 118 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–256–7 • $9.95 • A twelfth-century play on the legend of the Last Roman Emperor and Antichrist.
Porphyry the Phoenician. Isagoge. Translation, introduction and notes by Edward W. Warren. MST 16. 1975. 65 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–265–9 • $9.95 • Porphyry’s text became a standard preface to Aristotle’s logic.
Raymond of Penyafort. Summa on Marriage. Translated by Pierre Payer. MST 41. 2005. viii, 98 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–291–8 • $21.95 • A summary of learned reflection on the law of marriage, composed by Raymond of Penyafort (1175–1275) to aid his Dominican brothers in hearing confessions, where numerous problems touching on marriage would have been encountered.
Thomas Aquinas. Aquinas on Creation. Writings on the Sentences 2.1.1. Translated by Steven E. Baldner and William E. Carroll. MST 35. 1997. x, 166 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–285–7 • $25.95 • These six articles of Aquinas’ Writings on the Sentences represent his most succinct account of creation, and contain his essential doctrines on the subject.
Thomas Aquinas. The Division and Methods of the Sciences. Translated with introduction and notes by Armand Maurer. Fourth revised edition. MST 3. 1986. xlii, 119 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–279–6 • $11.95 • Thomas’ most comprehensive treatment of the theoretical sciences and description of their methods.
Thomas Aquinas. Faith, Reason and Theology. Translated with introduction and notes by Armand Maurer. MST 32. 1987. xxxviii, 127 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–282–6 • $11.95 • Questions i–iv of Aquinas’ commentary on the De Trinitate of Boethius.
Thomas Aquinas. On Being and Essence. Translated with an introduction and notes by Armand Maurer. Second revised edition. MST 1. 1968. 79 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–250–5 • $10.95 • Aquinas’ primer in metaphysics.
Thomas Aquinas. On Kingship to the King of Cyprus. Translated by Gerald B. Phelan; revised with an introduction and notes by I.Th. Eschmann. MST 2. 1949. xl, 119 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–251–2 • $11.95 • Aquinas outlines the justification and proper practice of kingly government.
Thomas Aquinas. Quodlibetal Questions 1 and 2. Translated by Sandra Edwards. MST 27. 1983. viii, 128 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–276–5 • $10.95 • Disputations dealing with a wide range of theological and philosophical topics.
The Trial of the Talmud: Paris, 1240. Hebrew texts translated by John Friedman; Latin texts translated by Jean Connell Hoff; historical essay by Robert Chazan. MST 53. 2012. x, 182 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–303–8 • $19.95 • In 1240, a trial was convened in Paris to investigate allegations that the Talmud was harmful. This unprecedented event is reflected in a variety of sources, both Christian and Jewish, here brought together in English translation for the first time. View
Warfare and Politics in Medieval Germany, ca. 1000: On the Variety of Our Times, by Alpert of Metz. Translated with an introduction by David S. Bachrach. MST 52. 2012. xxxviii, 96 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–302–1 • $16.95 • Written in the early eleventh century, the De diversitate temporum by Alpert of Metz is an indispensable contemporary account for our understanding of the history of the Low Countries at the turn of the first millennium. View
A Warrior Bishop of the Twelfth Century: The Deeds of Albero of Trier, by Balderich. Translated with an introduction and notes by Brian A. Pavlac. MST 44. 2008. viii, 90 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–294–9 • $16.95 • This translation of the Gesta Alberonis provides an exciting record of a remarkable prelate and of the tumultuous age in which he lived.
William of Auvergne. On Morals. Translated with an introduction and notes by Roland J. Teske. MST 55. Forthcoming 2013. Approx. 275 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–305–2 • $25 • In this work, each of the nine virtues speaks for itself, explaining its importance. View
William of Auvergne. Selected Spiritual Writings: Why God Became Man; On Grace; On Faith. Translated with an introduction and notes by Roland J. Teske. MST 50; St Michael's College Mediaeval Translations. 2011. viii, 128 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–300–7 • $15.95 • Translations of three of William of Auvergne's shorter more spiritual works. View
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