Volume 75 (2013) • ISBN 978–0–88844–677–0 • $105
An annual journal of scholarship on the Middle Ages. A description of the journal and editorial policy, as well as tables of contents for recently published volumes, and indexes in electronic form, are available on the Mediaeval Studies page elsewhere on this site.
CONTENTS OF VOLUME 75 (2013)
F. A. C. MANTELLO and JOSEPH GOERING In libro Numerorum scriptum est de Leuitis: Robert Grosseteste on Clerical Orders | 1
JAMES McCUNE The Sermon Collection in the Carolingian Clerical Handbook, Paris, Bibliothèque nationale de France lat. 1012 | 35
SERGEY IVANOV A Text on Antichrist in St. Petersburg, National Library of RussiaLat. Q. v. IV. 3 and the Liber Floridus | 93
RICHARD J. MOLL “Brutus the Emperor”: National and Heraldic Foundations in London, College of Arms L6 | 109
MARK FAULKNER and STEPHEN PELLE Worcester, Cathedral Library Q. 29, fols. 133–37: An Early Middle English Sermon and Its Context | 147
HOLLY JOHNSON The Imaginative Landscape of an English Monk-Preacher: Robert Rypon and the Court of Memory | 177
RAM BEN-SHALOM The First Jewish Work on the Seven Deadly Sins and the Four Virtues | 205
SAMUEL O'ROURKE Hagiography and Exemption at Medieval Evesham, 1000–1250: The Evidence of the Vitae Ecgwini | 271
ELIZABETH A. R. BROWN Marguerite Porete, John Baconthorpe, and the Chroniclers of Saint-Denis | 307
EDOUARD JEAUNEAU and STEPHEN PELLE A Fragment of an Anonymous Commentary on Priscian Inserted into a Manuscript of the Glosae super Priscianum of William of Conches | 345
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