Viator 1, 1970-30, 1999

Viator. Medieval and Renaissance Studies
vol. 1, 1970 – vol. 30, 1999

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Viator 1, 1970
Herwig WOLFRAM, The Shaping of the Early Medieval Kingdom, in: Viator 1, 1970, p. 11
Bernard S. BACHRACH, Procopius and the Chronology of Clovis's Reign, in: Viator 1, 1970, p. 21
Kennerly M. WOODY, Sagena piscatoris: Peter Damiani and the Papal Election Decree of 1059, in: Viator 1, 1970, p. 33
George L. KUSTAS, The Function and Evolution of Byzantine Rhetoric, in: Viator 1, 1970, p. 55
S.A. BONEBAKKER, Aspects of the History of Literary Rhetoric and Poetics in Arabic Literature, in: Viator 1, 1970, p. 75
Cora E. LUTZ, Letaldus, a Wit of the Tenth Century, in: Viator 1, 1970, p. 97
Donald K. FRANK, Abelard as Imitator of Christ, in: Viator 1, 1970, p. 107
Ynez Violé O'NEILL, Another Look at the Anatomia porci, in: Viator 1, 1970, p. 115
Richard L. HARRIS, The Lion-Knight Legend in Iceland and the Valþjófsstaðir Door, in: Viator 1, 1970, p. 125
Amos FUNKENSTEIN, Gesetz und Geschichte: Zur historisierenden Hermeneutik bei Moses Maimonides und Thomas von Aquin, in: Viator 1, 1970, p. 147
Douglas KELLY, The Source and Meaning of Conjointure in Chrétien's Erec 14, in: Viator 1, 1970, p. 179
David THOMPSON, Dante and Bernard Silvestris, in: Viator 1, 1970, p. 201
James F. BURKE, The Libro del Cavallero Zifar and the Medieval Sermon, in: Viator 1, 1970, p. 207
Avedis K. SANJIAN, Two Contemporary Armenian Elegies on the Fall of Constantinople, 1453, in: Viator 1, 1970, p. 223
Frank A. D'ACCONE, Some Neglected Composers in the Florentine Chapels, ca. 1475-1525, in: Viator 1, 1970, p. 263
William MATTHEWS, The Egyptians in Scotland: The Political History of a Myth, in: Viator 1, 1970, p. 289
Arthur J. SLAVIN, Profitable Studies: Humanists and Government in Early Tudor England, in: Viator 1, 1970, p. 307
Morriss Henry PARTEE, Sir Thomas Elyot on Plato's Aesthetics, in: Viator 1, 1970, p. 327
Paul A. JORGENSEN, Foreign Sources for the Elizabethan Notion of the Spaniard, in: Viator 1, 1970, p. 337

Viator 2, 1971
Clémence DUPONT, Décisions et textes constantiens dans les œuvres d'Eusèbe de Césarée, in: Viator 2, 1971, p. 1
Herwig WOLFRAM, The Shaping of the Early Medieval Principality as a Type of Non-royal Rulership, in: Viator 2, 1971, p. 33
Michael D. METZGER, The Legimus Subscription of Charles the Bald and the Question of Byzantine Influence, in: Viator 2, 1971, p. 53
Thomas F. GLICK, Muhtasib and Mustasaf: A Case Study of Institutional Diffusion, in: Viator 2, 1971, p. 59
Howell D. CHICKERING, Jr., The Literary Magic of Wið Færstice, in: Viator 2, 1971, p. 83
Robert LEVINE, Ingeld and Christ: A Medieval Problem, in: Viator 2, 1971, p. 105
Barbara H. ROSENWEIN, Feudal War and Monastic Peace: Cluniac Liturgy as Ritual Aggression, in: Viator 2, 1971, p. 129
Archibald R. LEWIS, The Guillems of Montpellier: A Sociological Appraisal, in: Viator 2, 1971, p. 159
Lynn WHITE, Jr., Cultural Climates and Technological Advance in the Middle Ages, in: Viator 2, 1971, p. 171
Kenneth John CONANT; Henry M. WILLARD, Early Examples of the Pointed Arch and Vault in Romanesque Architecture, in: Viator 2, 1971, p. 203
Rodney M. THOMSON, Early Romanesque Book-Illustration in England: The Dates of the Pierpont Morgan Vitae Sancti Edmundi and the Bury Bible, in: Viator 2, 1971, p. 211
William F. BOGGESS, Hermannus Alemannus's Rhetorical Translations, in: Viator 2, 1971, p. 227
Charles B. SCHMITT, Theophrastus in the Middle Ages, in: Viator 2, 1971, p. 251
Richard C. DALES, The Influence of Grosseteste's Hexaemeron on the Sentences Commentaries of Richard Fishacre, O.P. and Richard Rufus of Cornwall, O.F.M., in: Viator 2, 1971, p. 271
Henry Ansgar KELLY, The Metamorphoses of the Eden Serpent during the Middle Ages and Renaissance, in: Viator 2, 1971, p. 301
Amos FUNKENSTEIN, Some Remarks on the Concept of Impetus and the Determination of Simple Motion, in: Viator 2, 1971, p. 329
Christos G. PATRINELIS, Mehmed II the Conqueror and His Presumed Knowledge of Greek and Latin, in: Viator 2, 1971, p. 349
Gerhart B. LADNER, Aspects of Patristic Anti-Judaism [Reflections on Medieval Anti-Judaism], in: Viator 2, 1971, p. 355
G.E. von GRUNEBAUM, Eastern Jewry under Islam [Reflections on Medieval Anti-Judaism], in: Viator 2, 1971, p. 365
Amos FUNKENSTEIN, Basic Types of Christian Anti-Jewish Polemics in the Later Middle Ages [Reflections on Medieval Anti-Judaism], in: Viator 2, 1971, p. 373
Gavin LANGMUIR, Anti-Judaism as the Necessary Preparation for Anti-Semitism [Reflections on Medieval Anti-Judaism], in: Viator 2, 1971, p. 383
Adolf A. LESCHNITZER, The Wandering Jew: The Alienation of the Jewish Image in Christian Consciousness [Reflections on Medieval Anti-Judaism], in: Viator 2, 1971, p. 391

Viator 3, 1972
James S. PREUS, Theological Legitimation for Innovation in the Middle Ages, in: Viator 3, 1972, p. 1
W. Eugene KLEINBAUER, The Iconography and the Date of the Mosaics of the Rotunda of Hagios Georgios, Thessaloniki, in: Viator 3, 1972, p. 27
Herbert A. DAVIDSON, Alfarabi and Avicenna on the Active Intellect, in: Viator 3, 1972, p. 109
Rodney M. THOMSON, Liber Marii de elementis: The Work of a Hitherto Unknown Salernitan Master?, in: Viator 3, 1972, p. 179
Richard C. DALES, Marius On the Elements and the Twelfth-Century Science of Matter, in: Viator 3, 1972, p. 191
J.O. WARD, The Date of the Commentary on Cicero's De inventione by Thierry of Chartres (ca. 1905-1160?) and the Cornifician Attack on the Liberal Arts, in: Viator 3, 1972, p. 219
James K. OTTE, The Life and Writings of Alfredus Anglicus, in: Viator 3, 1972, p. 275
John R. WILLIAMS, The De differentiis et derivationibus Grecorum attributed to William of Corbeil, in: Viator 3, 1972, p. 293
John B. FREED, Urban Development and the Cura monalium in Thirteenth-Century Germany, in: Viator 3, 1972, p. 311
Elizabeth A.R. BROWN, Representation and Agency Law in the Later Middle Ages: The Theoretical Foundations and the Evolution of Practice in the Thirteenth- and Fourteenth-Century Midi, in: Viator 3, 1972, p. 329
Eleanor SEARLE; Robert BURGHART, The Defense of England and the Peasants' Revolt, in: Viator 3, 1972, p. 365
John W. O'MALLEY, S.J., Man's Dignity, God's Love and the Destiny of Rome. A Text of Giles of Viterbo, in: Viator 3, 1972, p. 389
Barnabas B. HUGHES, O.F.M., The Private Library of Johann Scheubel, Sixteenth-Century Mathematician, in: Viator 3, 1972, p. 417
Gerhart B. LADNER, The Middle Ages in Austrian Tradition: Problems of an Imperial and Paternalistic Ideology, in: Viator 3, 1972, p. 433

Viator 4, 1973
Gerhart B. LADNER, Gregory the Great and Gregory VII: A Comparison of Their Concepts of Renewal, in: Viator 4, 1973, p. 1
David W. PACKARD, A Note on the Computer Methods Used [in Ladner's article on “Gregory the Great and Gregory VII: A Comparison of Their Concepts of Renewal”], in: Viator 4, 1973, p. 27
J.M. BAK, Medieval Symbolology of the State: Percy E. Schramm's Contribution, in: Viator 4, 1973, p. 33
James T. MONROE, Hispano-Arabic Poetry of the Almoravid Period: Theory and Practice, in: Viator 4, 1973, p. 65
Donald R. HILL, Trebuchets, in: Viator 4, 1973, p. 99
C. Warren HOLLISTER, Henry I and Robert Malet, in: Viator 4, 1973, p. 115
Benjamin Z. KEDAR, Toponymic Surnames as Evidence of Origin: Some Medieval Views, in: Viator 4, 1973, p. 123
Angeliki E. LAIOU, The Byzantine Aristocracy in the Palaeologan Period: A Story of Arrested Development, in: Viator 4, 1973, p. 131
Ruth MELLINKOFF, Riding Backwards: Theme of Humiliation and Symbol of Evil, in: Viator 4, 1973, p. 153
Edward I. CONDREN, The Pardoner's Bid for Existence, in: Viator 4, 1973, p. 177
Rhiman A. ROTZ, Urban Uprisings in Germany: Revolutionary or Reformist? The Case of Brunswick, 1374, in: Viator 4, 1973, p. 207
Richard C. HOFFMANN, Warfare, Weather and a Rural Economy: The Duchy of Wroclaw in the Mid-Fifteenth Century, in: Viator 4, 1973, p. 273
Marianna D. BIRNBAUM, An Unknown Latin Poem, Probably by Petrus Garazda, Hungarian Humanist, in: Viator 4, 1973, p. 303
David L. JEFFREY, Bosch's Haywain: Communion, Community and the Theater of the World, in: Viator 4, 1973, p. 311
Ladislao RETI, Leonardo da Vinci and Cesare Borgia, in: Viator 4, 1973, p. 333
Haim Hillel BEN-SASSON, Jews and Christian Sectarians: Existential Similarity and Dialectical Tensions in Sixteenth-Century Moravia and Poland-Lithuania, in: Viator 4, 1973, p. 369
Richard W. UNGER, Dutch Ship Design in the Fifteenth and Sixteenth Centuries, in: Viator 4, 1973, p. 387
John LEYERLE, Introduction [Marriage in the Middle Ages], in: Viator 4, 1973, p. 413
John T. NOONAN, Jr., Power to Choose [Marriage in the Middle Ages], in: Viator 4, 1973, p. 419
Henry Ansgar KELLY, Clandestine Marriage and Chaucer's Troilus [Marriage in the Middle Ages], in: Viator 4, 1973, p. 435
Ann S. HASKELL, The Paston Women on Marriage in Fifteenth-Century England [Marriage in the Middle Ages], in: Viator 4, 1973, p. 459
Roberta FRANK, Marriage in Twelfth- and Thirteenth-Century Iceland [Marriage in the Middle Ages], in: Viator 4, 1973, p. 473
Vern L. BULLOUGH, Medieval Medical and Scientific Views of Women [Marriage in the Middle Ages], in: Viator 4, 1973, p. 485

Viator 5, 1974
John ANSON, The Female Transvestite in Early Monasticism: The Origin and Development of a Motif, S. 1
Roger D. RAY, Medieval Historiography through the Twelfth Century: Problems and Progress of Research, S. 33
Colette JEUDY, L'ars de nomine et verbo de Phocas: manuscrits et commentaires médiévaux, S. 61
John M. RIDDLE, Theory and Practice in Medieval Medicine, S. 157
Peter R. SCHROEDER, Stylistic Analogies between Old English Art and Poetry, S. 185
Jane Katherine BEITSCHER, Monastic Reform at Beaulieu, 1031-1095, S. 199
Grover A. ZINN, Jr., Hugh of Saint Victor and the Art of Memory, S. 211
Michael WEISS, The Castellan: The Early Career of Hubert de Burgh, S. 235
Barbara HANAWALT WESTMAN, The Female Felon in Fourteenth-Century England, S. 253
Michael W. DOLS, The Comparative Communal Responses to the Black Death in Muslim and Christian Societies, S. 269
Julius KIRSHNER, Ars imitatur naturam: A Consilium of Baldus on Naturalization in Florence, S. 289
Peter RIESENBERG, Citizenship at Law in Late Medieval Italy, S. 333
David HERLIHY, The Generation in Medieval History, S. 347
Richard R. GRIFFITH, The Political Bias of Malory's Morte d'Arthur, S. 365
Emerson BROWN, Jr., Biblical Women in the Merchant's Tale: Feminism, Antifeminism and Beyond, S. 387
William MATTHEWS, The Wife of Bath and All her Sect, S. 413
Oliver B. ELLSWORTH, A Fourteenth-Century Proposal for Equal Temperment, S. 445
Richard C. TREXLER, Measures against Water Pollution in Fifteenth-Century Florence, S. 455
Louis B. PASCOE S.J., Gerson and the Donation of Constantine: Growth and Development within the Church, S. 469

Viator 6, 1975
Margaret GIBSON, The Continuity of Learning, circa 850-circa 1050, in: Viator 6, 1975, p. 1
Robert BROWNING, Homer in Byzantium, in: Viator 6, 1975, p. 15
Theodore EVERGATES, Historiography and Sociology in Early Feudal Society: The Case of Hariulf and the Milites of Sait-Riquier, in: Viator 6, 1975, p. 35
Rodney M. THOMSON, The Date of the Bury Bible Reexamined, in: Viator 6, 1975, p. 51
John F. BENTON; Fiorella Prosperetti ERCOLI, The Style of the Historia Calamitatum: A Preliminary Test of the Authenticity of the Correspondence Attributed to Abelard and Heloise, in: Viator 6, 1975, p. 59
Jürgen MIETHKE, Theologenprozesse in der ersten Phase ihrer institutionellen Ausbildung: Die Verfahren gegen Peter Abaelard und Gilbert von Poitiers, in: Viator 6, 1975, p. 87
D.A. GREEN, On Daming with Faint Praise in Medieval Literature, in: Viator 6, 1975, p. 117
Lawrence ELDREDGE, The State of Pearl Studies since 1933, in: Viator 6, 1975, p. 171
Hilary MARTIN, The Eucharistic Treatise of John Quidort of Paris, in: Viator 6, 1975, p. 195
W.D. MCCREADY, Papalists and Antipapalists: Aspects of the Church/State Controversy in the Later Middle Ages, in: Viator 6, 1975, p. 241
Milo KEARNEY, Regensburg Burgher Factions and the Failure of the Swabian Town League in 1389, in: Viator 6, 1975, p. 275
Lynn WHITE, Jr., Medical Astrologers and Late Medieval Technology, in: Viator 6, 1975, p. 295
Charles W. JONES, Carolingian Aesthetics: Why Modular Verse? [Symposium: Toward a Medieval Aesthetic], in: Viator 6, 1975, p. 309
Richard L. CROCKER, The Early Frankish Sequence: A New Musical Form [Symposium: Toward a Medieval Aesthetic], in: Viator 6, 1975, p. 341
Walter HORN; Ernest BORN, On the Selective Use of Sacred Numbers and the Creation of a New Aesthetic in Carolingian Architecture [Symposium: Toward a Medieval Aesthetic], in: Viator 6, 1975, p. 351

Viator 7, 1976
Gerhart B. LADNER, On Roman Attitudes toward Barbarians in Late Antiquity, in: Viator 7, 1976, p. 1
Franz STAAB, ostrogothic Geographers at the Court of Theoderic the Great: A Study of Some Sources of the Anonymous Cosmographer of Ravenna, in: Viator 7, 1976, p. 27
Josiah Cox RUSSELL, The Earlier Medieval Plague in the British Isles, in: Viator 7, 1976, p. 65
Barbara M. KREUTZ, Ships, Shipping and the Implications of Change in the Early Medieval Mediterranean, in: Viator 7, 1976, p. 79
Bernard S. BACHRACH, A Study in Feudal Politics: Relations between Fulk Nerra and William the Great, 995-1030, in: Viator 7, 1976, p. 111
John D. NILES, The idea Depiction of Charlemagne in La Chanson de Roland, in: Viator 7, 1976, p. 123
David PINGREE, The Indean and Pseudo-Indian Passages in Greek and Latin Astronomical and Astrological Texts, in: Viator 7, 1976, p. 141
James K. OTTE, The Role of Alfred of Sareshel (Alfredus Anglicus) and His Commentary on the Metheora in the Reacquisition of Aristotle, in: Viator 7, 1976, p. 197
John B. FREED, The Origins of the European Nobility: The Problem of the Ministerials, in: Viator 7, 1976, p. 211
Louis M. de GRYSE, Some Observations on the Origins of the Flemish Bailiff (Bailli): The Reign of Philip of Alsace, in: Viator 7, 1976, p. 243
Marjorie Keniston MCINTOSH, The Privileged Villeins of the English Ancient Demesne, in: Viator 7, 1976, p. 295
Duane J. OSHEIM, Rural Population and the Tuscan Economy in the late Middle Ages, in: Viator 7, 1976, p. 329
Scott H. HENDRIX, In Quest to the Vera Ecclesia: The Crises of Late Medieval Ecclesiology, in: Viator 7, 1976, p. 347
Patrick K. FORD, The Death of Merlin in the Chronicle of Elis Gruffydd, in: Viator 7, 1976, p. 379
James H. OVERFIELD, Scholastic Opposition to Humanism in Pre-Reformation Germany, in: Viator 7, 1976, p. 391
William J. BOUWSMA, Changing Assumptions in Later Renaissance Culture, in: Viator 7, 1976, p. 421
John Patrick DONNELLY S.J., Calvinist Thomism, in: Viator 7, 1976, p. 441

Viator 8, 1977
Robert GRIGG, Constantine the Great and the Cult without Images, S. 1
Theodore BOGDANOS, The Shepherd of Hermas and the Development of Medieval Visionary Allegory, S. 33
Lauren Wood BREESE, The Persistence of Scandinavian Connections in Normandy in the Tenth and Early Eleventh Centuries, S. 47
C. Warren HOLLISTER, Magnates and Curiales in Early Norman England, S. 63
Robert CHAZAN, Emperor Frederick I, the Third Crusade and the Jews, S. 83
James T. MONROE, Studies on the Hargas: The Arabic and the Romance Hargas, S. 95
Robert I. BURNS S.J., Mudejar History Today: New Directions, S. 127
D.H. GREEN, The Pathway to Adventure, S. 145
R.W. HUNT, The Preface to the Speculum ecclesiae of Giraldus Cambrensis, S. 189
Henrik BIRNBAUM, Lord Novgorod the Great: Its Place in Medieval Culture, S. 215
Claire Richter SHERMAN, The Queen in Charles V's Coronation Book: Jeanne de Bourbon and the Ordo ad reginam benedicendam, S. 255
Neal W. GILBERT, A Letter of Giovanni Dondi dall'Orologio to Fra Guglielmo Centueri: A Fourteenth-Century Episode in the Quarrel of the Ancients and the Moderns, S. 299
Martin KEMP, From Mimesis to Fantasia: The Quattrocento Vocabulary of Creation, Inspiration and Genius in the Visual Arts, S. 347
Charles B. SCHMITT, The Correspondence of Jacques Daléchamps (1513-1588), S. 399
Richard LEMAY, The Hispanic Origin of Our Presnet Numeral Forms, S. 435

Viator 9, 1978
William H. TEBRAKE, Ecology and Economy in Early Mdieval Frisia, S. 1
George Hardin BROWN, An Iconographic Explanation of The Wanderer, Lines 81b-82a, S. 31
A.N. DOANE, Legend, History and Artifice in The Battle of Maldon, S. 39
John B. FREED, The Formation of the Salzburg Ministerialage in the Tenth and Eleventh Centuries: An Example of Upward Social Mobility in the Early Middle Ages, S. 67
Ian Stuart ROBINSON, Periculosus homo: Pope Gregory VII and Episcopal Authority, S. 103
William D. PATT, The Early Ars dictaminis as Response to a Changing Society, S. 133
Lawrence J. MCCRANK, The Foundation of the Confraternity of Tarragona by Archbishop Oleguer, S. 157
Richard C. DALES, A Twelfth-Century Concept of the Natural Order, S. 179
Martin STEVENS, The Performing Self in Twelfth-Century Culture, S. 193
Thomas HAHN, The Indian Tradition in Western Medieval Intellectual History, S. 213
M.D. REEVE; R.H. ROUSE, New Light on the Transmission of Donatus's Commentum Terentii, S. 235
John D. NILES, Narrative anomalies in La Chançun de Willame, S. 251
Arnold Clayton HENDERSON, “Of Heigh or Lough Estat”: Medieval Fabulists as Social Critics, S. 265
Alan E. BERNSTEIN, Magisterium and License: Corporate Autonomy against Papal Authority in the Medieval University of Paris, S. 291
Thomas RENNA, Aristotle and the French Monarchy, 1260-1303, S. 309
Charles MCCURRY, Religious Careers and Religious Devotion in Thirteenth-Century Metz, S. 325
Richard W. UNGER, The Netherlands Herring Fishery in the Late Middle Ages: The False Legend of Willem Beukels of Biervliet, S. 335
May Newman HALLMUNDSSON, The Community of Law and Letters: Some Notes on Thomas Usk's Audience, S. 357
Margaret JENNINGS C.S.J., Piers Plowman and Holychurch, S. 367
Barisa KREKIC, Contributions of Foreigners to Dubrovnik's Economic Growth in the Late Middle Ages, S. 375
David B. MILLER, The Lübeckers Bartholomäus Ghotan and Nicolaus Bülow in Novgorod and Moscow and the Problem of Early Western Influences on Russian Culture, S. 395

Viator 10, 1979
Sandy Burton HICKS, The Impact of William Clito upon the Continental Policies of Henry I of England, S. 1
Patricia A. LEWIS, Mortgages in the Bordelais and Bazadais, S. 23
Constance B. BOUCHARD, The Structure of a Twelfth-Century French Family: The Lords of Seignelay, S. 39
Janet MARTIN, Uses of Tradition: Gellius, Petronius and John of Salisbury, S. 57
Linda E. MARSHALL, The Identity of the “New Man” in the Anticlaudianus of Alan of Lille, S. 77
Tony HUNT, Aristotle, Dialectic and Courtly Literature, S. 95
R.H. ROUSE, Florilegia and Latin Classical Authors in Twelfth- and Thirteenth-Century Orléans, S. 131
Henry Ansgar KELLY, Aristotle-Averroes-Alemannus on Tragedy: The Influence of the Poetics on the Latin Middle Ages, S. 161
Edward GRANT, The Condemnation of 1277, God's Absolute Power and Physical Thought in the Late Middle Ages, S. 211
Guido RUGGIERO, Modernization and the Mythic State in Early Renaissance Venice: The Serrata Revisited, S. 245
K.L. REYERSON, Patterns of Population Attraction and Mobility: The Case of Montpellier, 1293-1348, S. 257
Sandra Karaus WERTIS, The Commentary of Bartolinus de Benincasa de Canulo on the Rhetorica ad Herennium, S. 283
Laila GROSS, La Chastelaine de Vergi Carved in Ivory, S. 311
Velma Bourgeois RICHMOND, Pacience in adversitee: Chaucer's Presntation of Marriage, S. 323
John M. MCMANAMON S.J., Renaissance Preaching: Theory and Practice. A Holy Thursday Sermon of Aurelio Brandolini, S. 355
Frank V. CESPEDES, The Final Book of Polydore Vergil's Anglica historia: “Persecution and the Art of Writing”, S. 375
Arthur L. FISHER, A Study in Early Jesuit Government: The Nature and Origins of the Dissent of Nicholás Bobadilla, S. 397
Jerry M. KITZMAN, The Three-Dimensional Graphing of Scripts, S. 433

Viator 11, 1980
Michael J. CURLEY, Physiologus, Physiologia and the Rise of Christian Nature Symbolism, S. 1
Christopher L. CHASE, “Christ III,” “The Dream of the Rood” and Early Christian Passion Piety, S. 11
Barrie COX, Aspects of Place-Name Evidence for Early Medieval Settlement in England, S. 35
Fritz STAAB, A Reconsideration of the Ancestry of Modern Political Liberty: The Problem of the So-Called “King's Freemen” (Königsfreie), S. 51
Suzanne LEWIS, A Byzantine Virgo militans at Charlemagne's Court, S. 71
Robert D. STEVICK, Mathematical Proportions and Symbolism in The Phoenix, S. 95
Marilyn SCHMITT, “Random” Reliefs and “Primitive” Friezes: Reused Sources of Romanesque Sculpture?, S. 123
John VAN ENGEN, Theophilus Presbyter and Rupert of Deutz: The Manual Arts and Benedictine Technology, S. 147
Robert I. BURNS S.J., Piracy as an Islamic-Christian Interface in the Thirteenth Century, S. 165
J.M. REITZEL, The Medieval Houses of Bons-Enfants, S. 179
Barnabas B. HUGHES O.F.M., De rebulis generalibus: A Thirteenth-Century English Mathematical Tract on Problem Solving, S. 209
Nathaniel B. SMITH, In Search of the Idel Landscape: From Locus amoenus to Parc du Champ Joli in the Roman de la rose, S. 225
Paul MEYVAERT, An Unknown Letter of Hulagu, Il-Khan of Persia, to King Louis IX of France, S. 245
Charles ZUCKERMAN, The Ending of French Interference in the Papal Financial System in 1297: A Neglected Episode, S. 261
Seymour FELDMAN, The Theory of Eternal Creation in Hasdai Crescas and Some of His Predecessors, S. 289
Jean KLENE C.S.C., Chaucer's Contributions to a Popular Topos: The World Upside-Down, S. 321
Douglas WURTELE, The Penitence of Geoffrey Chaucer, S. 335
Archibald R. LEWIS, The Catalan Failure in Acculturation in Frankish Greece and the Islamic World during the Fourteenth Century, S. 361
James Doughlas FARQUHAR, Identity in an Anonymous Age: Bruges Manuscript Illuminators and Their Signs, S. 371
Robert DESHMAN, The Exalted Servant: The Ruler Theology of the Prayerbook of Charles the Bald, S. 385

Viator 12, 1981
Carroll M. GILLMOR, The Introduction of the Traction Trebuchet into the Latin West, S. 1
David A. BJORK, The Early Frankish Kyrie Text: A Reappraisal, S. 9
Herbert Edward John COWDREY, The Anglo-Norman Laudes regiae, S. 37
Ruth Maria CAPELLE, The Representation of Conflict on the Imposts of Moissac, S. 79
Suzanne FLEISCHMAN, Jaufre or Chivalry Askew: Social Overtones of Parody in Arthurian Romance, S. 101
Sherry L. REAMES, Saint Martin of Tours in the Legenda aurea and Before, S. 131
Helen Rodnite LEMAY, William of Saliceto on Human Sexuality, S. 165
Muriel A. WHITAKER, Pearl and Some Illustrated Apocalypse Manuscripts, S. 183
Martin CAMARGO, The English Manuscripts of Bernard of Meung's Flores dictaminum, S. 197
Elizabeth A.R. BROWN, Death and the Human Body in the later Middle Ages: The Legislation of Boniface VIII on the Division of the Corpse, S. 221
Christina von NOLCKEN, Some Alphabetical Compendia and How Preachers Used Them in Fourteenth-Century England, S. 271
George R. KEISER, Þe Holy Boke Gratia Dei, S. 289
Virginia BROWN, Portraits of Julius Caesar in Latin Manuscripts of the Commentaries, S. 319
Anne HUDSON, John Purvey: A Reconsideration of the Evidence for His Life and Writings, S. 355
Sandra HINDMAN; Gabrielle M. SPIEGEL, The Fleur-de-Lis Frontispieces to Guillaume de Nangis's Chronique abrégée: Political Iconography in Late Fifteenth-Century France, S. 381
Beverly KENNEDY, Malory's Lancelot: “Trewest Lover, of a Synful Man”, S. 409

Viator 13, 1982
John J. CONTRENI, Codices Pseudo-Isidoriani: The Provenance and Date of Paris, B.N. MS lat. 9629, in: Viator 13, 1982, p. 1
Robert D. STEVICK, The Length of Guthlac A, in: Viator 13, 1982, p. 15
R.P.H. GREEN, The Genesis of a Medieval Textbook: The Models and Sources of the Ecloga Theoduli, in: Viator 13, 1982, p. 49
Jackson J. CAMPBELL, To Hell and Back: Latin Tradition and Literary Use of the Descensus ad inferos, in: Viator 13, 1982, p. 107
Elena LOURIE, The Confraternity of Belchite, the Ribat and the Temple, in: Viator 13, 1982, p. 159
Robert LEVINE, Wolfram von Eschenbach: Dialectical Homo ludens, in: Viator 13, 1982, p. 177
Joel E. REMBAUM, The Talmud and the Popes: Reflections on the Talmud Trials of the 1240s, in: Viator 13, 1982, p. 203
Paul FREEDMAN, The Enserfment Process in Medieval Catalonia: Evidence from Ecclesiastical Sources, in: Viator 13, 1982, p. 225
John F. BENTON, The Birthplace of Arnau de Vilanova: A Case for Villanueva de Jilóca near Daroca, in: Viator 13, 1982, p. 245
Phillip WYNN, The Conversions Story in Nicholas Trevet's “Tale of Constance”, in: Viator 13, 1982, p. 259
Patrick J. GALLACHER, Dame Alice and the Nobility of Pleasure, in: Viator 13, 1982, p. 275
Mary HAMEL, The “Christening” of Sir Priamus in the Alliterative Morte Arthure, in: Viator 13, 1982, p. 295
Thomas KUEHN, Cum consensu mundualdi: Legal Guardianship of Women in Quattrocento Florence, in: Viator 13, 1982, p. 309
Kathleen L. SCOTT, Lydgate's Lives of Saints Edmund and Fremund: A Newly-Located Manuscript in Arundel Castle, in: Viator 13, 1982, p. 335
Paul SAENGER, Silent Reading: Its Impact on Late Medieval Script and Society, in: Viator 13, 1982, p. 367
Marjorie M. MALVERN, An Earnest “monyscyon” and “þinge delectabyll” Realized Verbally and Visually in “A Disputacion betwyx þe Body and Wormes,” a Middle English Poem Inspired by Tomb Art and Northern Spirituality, in: Viator 13, 1982, p. 415

Viator 14, 1983
Bruce Stansfield EASTWOOD, Origins and Contents of the Leiden Planetary Configuration (MS Voss. Q.79, fol. 93v): An Artistic Astronomical Schema of the Early Middle Ages, in: Viator 14, 1983, p. 1
Sally MUSSETTER, Type as Prophet in the Old English Guthlac B, in: Viator 14, 1983, p. 41
Roger E. REYNOLDS, Image and Text: A Carolingian Illustration of Modifications in the Early Roman Eucharistic Ordines, in: Viator 14, 1983, p. 59
William SAYERS, The Jongleur Taillefer at Hastings: Antecedents and Literary Fate, in: Viator 14, 1983, p. 77
George OVITT, Jr., The Status of the Mechanical Arts in Medieval Classifications of Learning, in: Viator 14, 1983, p. 89
Leonard E. BOYLE O.P., The Beginnings of Legal Studies at Oxford, in: Viator 14, 1983, p. 107
John H. PRYOR, Mediterranean Commerce in the Middle Ages: A Voyage under Contract of Commenda, in: Viator 14, 1983, p. 133
Alison Goddard ELLIOTT, The Historian as Artist: Manipulation of History in the Chronicle of Desclot, in: Viator 14, 1983, p. 195
Rosemarie Potz MCGERR, Guyart Desmoulins, the Vernacular Master of Histories, and His Bible historiale, in: Viator 14, 1983, p. 211
Helen S. LANG, Bodies and Angels: The Occupants of Place for Aristotle and Duns Scotus, in: Viator 14, 1983, p. 245
Traugott LAWLER, On the Properties of John Trevisa's Major Translations, in: Viator 14, 1983, p. 267
Ralph HANNA III, Unlocking What's Locked: Gawains Green Girdle, in: Viator 14, 1983, p. 289
Francis OAKLEY, Legitimation by Consent: The Question of the Medieval Roots, in: Viator 14, 1983, p. 303

Viator 15, 1984
Michael MCCORMICK, The Liturgy of War in the Early Middle Ages: Crisis, Litanies and the Carolingian Monarchy, S. 1
Gordon WHATLEY, The Uses of Hagiography: The Legend of Pope Gregory and the Emperor Trajan in the Middle Ages, S. 25
Valerie I.J. FLINT, Monsters and the Antipodes in the Early Middle Ages and Enlightenment, S. 65
Arnold W. KLUKAS, Liturgy and Architecture: Deerhurst Priory as an Expression of the Regularis concordia, S. 81
Jan ZIOLKOWSKI, Folklore and Learned Lore in Letaldus's Wahlt Poem, S. 107
Eleanor SEARLE, Fact and Pattern in Heroic History: Dudo of Saint-Quentin, S. 119
Elizabeth Wilson POE, New Light on the Alba: A Genre Redefined, S. 139
C.S.F. BURNETT, An Apocryphal Letter from the Arabic Philosopher Al-Kindi to Theodore, Frederich II's Astrologer, Concerning Gog and Magog, the Enclosed Nations and the Scourge of the Mongols, S. 151
Richard C. DALES, The Origin of the Doctrine of the Double Truth, S. 169
Henrik BIRNBAUM, The Subcultures of Medieval Russia: Chronology, Regional Distribution, Internal Links and External Influences, S. 181
Joseph E. GRENNEN, Chaucer and Chalcidius: The Platonic Origins of the Hous of Fame, S. 237
Denise N. BAKER, Dialectic Form in Pearl and Piers Plowman, S. 263
G.H. RUSSELL, Some Early Responses to the C-Version of Piers Plowman, S. 275
Robert M. SCHULER, The Renaissance Chaucer as Alchemist, S. 305
Mary D. GARRARD, The Liberal Arts and Michelangelo's First Project for the Tomb of Julius II (with a Coda on Raphael's “School of Athens”), S. 335
Dennis COSTA, Poetry and Gnosticism: The Poetica of Tommaso, S. 405

Viator 16, 1985
Raymond VAN DAM, From Paganism to Christianity at Late Antique Gaza, in: Viator 16, 1985, p. 1
Katherine Callen KING, Achilles Amator, in: Viator 16, 1985, p. 21
Ann FREEMAN, Carolingian Orthodoxy and the Fate of the Libri Carolini, in: Viator 16, 1985, p. 65
G.R. EVANS; A.M. PEDEN, Natural Science and Liberal Arts in Abbo of Fleury's Commentary on the Calculus of Victorius of Aquitaine, in: Viator 16, 1985, p. 109
Hiroshi TAKAYAMA, The Financial and Administrative Organization of the Norman Kingdom of Sicily, in: Viator 16, 1985, p. 129
Theodore EVERGATES, The Chancery Archives of the Counts of Champagne: Codicology and History of the Cartulary-Registers, in: Viator 16, 1985, p. 159
Scott L. WAUGH, Marriage, Class and Royal Lordship in England under Henry III, in: Viator 16, 1985, p. 181
David ABULAFIA, Catalan Merchants and the Western Mediterranean, 1236-1300: Studies in the Notarial Acts of Barcelona and Sicily, in: Viator 16, 1985, p. 209
Anne HUDSON, A New Look at the Lay Folks' Catechism, in: Viator 16, 1985, p. 243
Robert LEVINE, Myth and Antimyth in La vie vaillante de Betrand Du Guesclin, in: Viator 16, 1985, p. 259
Charlotte THOMPSON, Love in an Orderly Universe: A Unification of Spenser's Amoretti, “Anacreontics” and Epithalamion, in: Viator 16, 1985, p. 277
Debora SHUGER, The Christian Grand Style in Renaissance Rhetoric, in: Viator 16, 1985, p. 337
Ruth MELLINKOFF, Demonic Winged Headgear, in: Viator 16, 1985, p. 367

Viator 17, 1986
George OVITT, Jr., Manual Labor and Early Medieval Monasticism, in: Viator 17, 1986, p. 1
Jesse L. BYOCK, Governmental Order in Early Medieval Iceland, in: Viator 17, 1986, p. 19
Jenny M. JOCHENS, The Medieval Icelandic Heroine: Fact or Fiction?, in: Viator 17, 1986, p. 35
Elizabeth A.R. BROWN, Georges Duby and The Three Orders, in: Viator 17, 1986, p. 51
Robert COOK, Russian History, Icelandic Story and Byzantine Strategy in Eymundar þáttr Hringssonar, in: Viator 17, 1986, p. 65
Herbert A. DAVIDSON, Averroes on the Material Intellect, in: Viator 17, 1986, p. 91
A.J. FOREY, Recruitment to the Military Orders (Twelfth to Mid-Fourteenth Centuries), in: Viator 17, 1986, p. 139
Mary Fraces WACK, The Measure of Pleasure: Peter of Spain on Men, Women and Lovesickness, in: Viator 17, 1986, p. 173
Jerry R. CRADDOCK, Dynasty in Dispute: Alfonso X el Sabio and the Succession to the Throne of Castile and Leon in History and Legend, in: Viator 17, 1986, p. 197
Frederick B. JONASSEN, Elements from the Traditional Drama of England in Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, in: Viator 17, 1986, p. 221
Peter F. DEMBOWSKI, Learned Latin Treatises in Franch: Inspiration, Plagiarism and Translation, in: Viator 17, 1986, p. 255
Brian VICKERS, Valla's Ambivalent Praise of Pleasure: Rhetonric in the Service of Christianity, in: Viator 17, 1986, p. 271
Paul R. SELLIN, The Politics of Ben Jonson's Newes from the New World Discover'd in the Moone, in: Viator 17, 1986, p. 321
Karl W. BUTZER; Elisabeth K. BUTZER; Juan F. MATEU, Medieval Muslim Communities of the Sierra de Espadán, Kingdom of Valencia, in: Viator 17, 1986, p. 339

Viator 18, 1987
Lawrence NEES, Image and Text: Excerpts from Jerome's De Trinitate and the Maiestas Domini Miniature of the Gundohinus Gospels, in: Viator 18, 1987, p. 1
David GANZ, The Preconditions for Caroline Miniscule, in: Viator 18, 1987, p. 23
George Hardin BROWN, Solving the “Solve” Riddle in B.L. Harley 585, in: Viator 18, 1987, p. 45
John W. BERNHARDT, Servitium regis and Monastic Property in Early Medieval Germany, in: Viator 18, 1987, p. 53
Edme R. SMITS, A Medieval Supplement to the Beginning of Curtius Rufus's Historia Alexandri: An Edition with Introduction, in: Viator 18, 1987, p. 89
Paul F. GEHL, Competens silentium: Varieties of Monastic Silence in the Medieval West, in: Viator 18, 1987, p. 125
Cary J. NEDERMAN, Aristotelian Ethics and John of Salisbury's Letters, in: Viator 18, 1987, p. 161
Julia BARROW, A Twelfth-Century Bishop and Literary Patron: William de Vere, in: Viator 18, 1987, p. 175
Herbert A. DAVIDSON, Averroes on the Active Intellect as a Cause of Existence, in: Viator 18, 1987, p. 191
Terry NIXON, Amadas et Ydoine and Erec et Enide: Reuniting Membra disjecta from Early Old French Manuscripts, in: Viator 18, 1987, p. 227
Joseph GOERING; F.A.C. MANTELLO, Notus in Iudea Deus: Robert Grosseteste's Confessional Formula in Lambeth Palace MS 499, in: Viator 18, 1987, p. 253
Laura LIGHT, The New Thirteenth-Century Bible and the Challenge of Heresy, in: Viator 18, 1987, p. 275
Theresa TINKLE, Saturn of the Several Faces: A Survey of the Medieval Mythographic Traditions, in: Viator 18, 1987, p. 289
William A. QUINN, Chaucer's Janglerye, in: Viator 18, 1987, p. 309
Claudia KREN, Patterns in Arts Teaching at the Medieval University of Vienna, in: Viator 18, 1987, p. 321
Barisa KREKIC, Abominandum crimen: Punishment of Homosexuals in Renaissance Dubrovnik, in: Viator 18, 1987, p. 337
Ingrid ROWLAND, A Summer Outing in 1510: Religion and Economics in the Papal War with Ferrara, in: Viator 18, 1987, p. 347
Lee BLISS, Don Quixote in England: The Case for The Knight of the Burning Pestle, in: Viator 18, 1987, p. 361

Viator 19, 1988
Raymond VAN DAM, Images of Saint Martin in Late Roman and Early Merovingian Gaul, S. 1
Michael F. HENDY, From Public to Private: The Western Barbarian Coinages as a Mirror of the Disintegration of Late Roman State Structures, S. 29
Carroll GILLMOR, War on the Rivers: Viking Numbers and Mobility on the Seine and Loire, 841-886, S. 79
Harry M. HINE, Seneca and Anaxagoras in Pseudo-Bede's De mundi celestis terrestrisque constitutione, S. 111
Karl F. MORRISON, Hermeneutics and Enigma: Bernard of Clairvaux's De consideratione, S. 129
Karl J. LEYSER, Frederick Barbarossa and the Hohenstaufen Polity, S. 153
David RAYBIN, The Court and the Tavern: Bourgeois Discourse in Li Jeus de Saint Nicolai, S. 177
John W. BALDWIN, Introduction [Persona et Gesta: The Image and Deeds of the Thirteenth-Century Captetians], S. 193
John W. BALDWIN, The Case of Philip Augustus [Persona et Gesta: The Image and Deeds of the Thirteenth-Century Captetians], S. 195
William Chester JORDAN, The Case of Saint Louis [Persona et Gesta: The Image and Deeds of the Thirteenth-Century Captetians], S. 209
Elizabeth A.R. BROWN, The Case of Philip the Fair [Persona et Gesta: The Image and Deeds of the Thirteenth-Century Captetians], S. 219
Sarah Lynn HIGLEY, Forcing a Gap: The Stylistics of “Amputation” in Marwnad Llywelyn by Gruffudd ab yr Ynad Coch, S. 247
Paul ZUMTHOR, The Vocalization of the Text: The Medieval “Poetic Effect”, S. 273
William J. COURTENAY, The Fourteenth-Century Booklist of the Oriel College Library, S. 283
Steven JUSTICE, The Genres of Piers Plowman, S. 291
Anne HUDSON, The Lay Folks' Catechism: A Postscript, S. 307
Seth LERER, Rewriting Chaucer: Two Fifteenth-Century Readings of The Canterbury Tales, S. 311
Martin LOWRY, John Rous and the Survival of the Neville Circle, S. 327
Julia BOFFEY, Richard Pynson's Book of Fame and The Letter of Dido, S. 339
J.R. WOODHOUSE, Vicenzio Borghini's View of Charlemagne's Empire: A Study with Unpublished Texts, S. 355
Carroll B. JOHNSON, La española inglesa and the Practice of Literary Production, S. 377
Patrick K. FORD, Celtic Women: The Opposing Sex, S. 417

Viator 20, 1989
Stephen D. WHITE, Kinship and Lordship in Early Medieval England: The Story of Cynewulf and Cyneheard, in: Viator 20, 1989, p. 1
Neil HATHAWAY, Compilatio: From Plagiarism to Compiling, in: Viator 20, 1989, p. 19
Niels LUND, Allies of God or Man? The Viking Expansion in a European Perspective, in: Viator 20, 1989, p. 45
Brian Patrick MCGUIRE, Purgatory, the Communion of Saints and Medieval Change, in: Viator 20, 1989, p. 61
John VAN ENGEN, The Achievements of Gerhard Burian Ladner, with a Bibliography of His Published Works, in: Viator 20, 1989, p. 85
Julia BARROW, Education and the Recruitment of Cathedral Canons in England and Germany 1100-1225, in: Viator 20, 1989, p. 117
Olga WEIJERS, Lexicography in the Middle Ages, in: Viator 20, 1989, p. 139
Alan PIPER; Meryl FOSTER, Evidence of the Oxford Booktrade, about 1300, in: Viator 20, 1989, p. 155
Jeffrey M. HAMBURGER, The Visual and the Visionary: The Image in Late Medieval Monastic Devotions, in: Viator 20, 1989, p. 161
Aviad M. KLEINBERG, Proving Sanctity: Problems and Solutions in the Later Middle Ages, in: Viator 20, 1989, p. 183
C. Paul CHRISTIANSON, A Community of Book Artisans in Chaucer's London, in: Viator 20, 1989, p. 207
Joseph D. BYRNS, The Merchant as Penitent: Francesco di Marco Datini and the Bianchi Movement of 1399, in: Viator 20, 1989, p. 219
Graham WHITE, Pelagianisms, in: Viator 20, 1989, p. 233
Linne R. MOONEY, Lydgate's “Kings of England” and Another Verse Chronicle of the Kings, in: Viator 20, 1989, p. 255
Dhira B. MAHONEY, Malory's Great Guns, in: Viator 20, 1989, p. 291
John Peter RUMRICH, Metamorphosis in Paradise Lost, in: Viator 20, 1989, p. 311
Don DENNY, The Tavant Crypt Frescoes, in: Viator 20, 1989, p. 327

Viator 21, 1990
Valerie I.J. FLINT, The Transmission of Astrology in the Early Middle Ages, S. 1
Simon COUPLAND, Carolingian Arms and Armor in the Ninth Century, S. 29
Irven M. RESNICK, Lingua Dei, lingua hominis: Sacred Language and Medieval Texts, S. 51
Thomas HEAD, The Marriages of Christina of Markyate, S. 75
Johannes FRIED, Die Rezeption Bologneser Wissenschaft in Deutschland während des 12. Jahrhunderts, S. 103
Robert I. BURNS S.J., Warrior Neighbors: Alfonso el Sabio uand Crusader Valencia, an Archival Case Study in His International Relations, S. 147
Susan L. SMITH, The Power of Women Topos on a Fourteenth-Century Embroidery, S. 203
Christian HECK, Raprochement, antagonisme out confusion dans le culte des saints: Art et dévotion à Katharinenthal au quatorzième siècle, S. 229
Ottavio di CAMILLO, Libro de buen amor 70a: What Are the Libro's Instruments?, S. 239
Jack M. GREENSTEIN, Alberti on Historia: A Renaissance View of the Structure of Significance in Narrative Painting, S. 273
Julie A. SMITH, An Image of a Preaching Bishop in Late Medieval England: The 1498 Woodcut Portrait of Bishop John Alcock, S. 301
Ilona KLEIN; Christopher KLEINHENZ, The Order of Santo Stefano in the Levant: An Unpublished Account of a Voyage in 1627, S. 323
Thomas MOISAN, Robert Herrick's “Rex Tragicus” and the “Troublesome Times”, S. 349
Lilian ARMSTRONG, Opus Petri: Renaissance Illuminated Books from Venice and Rome, S. 385

Viator 22, 1991
Andrew WELSH, Branwen, Beowulf and the Tragic Peaceweaver Tale, S. 1
C.K. SLACK, Royal Familiares in the Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem, 1100-1187, S. 15
Jeffrey C. ANDERSON, The Innsutrated Sermons of James the Monk: Their Dates, Order and Place in the History of Byzantine Art, S. 69
Wolfgang P. MÜLLER, Huggucio of Pisa: Canonist, Bishop and Grammarian?, S. 121
Charles BURNETT; Patrick Gautier DALCHÉ, Attitudes Towards the Mongols in Medieval Literature: The XXII Kings of Gog and Magog from the Court of Frederick II to Jean de Mandeville, S. 153
John G. TUTHILL, The School Sermon Exported: The Case of Pelagius Parvus, S. 169
Rober J. SCHNEIDER; Richard H. ROUSE, The Medieval Circulation of the De morali principis institutione of Vincent of Beauvais, S. 189
Clifford R. BACKMAN, The Papacy, the Sicilian Church and King Frederick III (1302-1321), S. 229
Stephanie TRIGG, The Romance of Exchange: Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, S. 251
Adam Brooke DAVIS, What the Poet of Patience Really Did to the Book of Jonah, S. 267
Sarah MCNAMER, Female Authors, Provincial Settings: The Re-versing of Courtly Love in the Findern Manuscript, S. 279
John MONFASANI, Hermes Trismegistus, Rome and the Myth of Europa: An Unknown Text of Giles of Viterbo, S. 311
Shane GASBARRA, L”Lingua quo vadis?” Language and Community in Erasmus's Lingua, S. 343

Viator 23, 1992
Paolo SQUATRITI, Marshes and Mentalities in Early Medieval Ravenna, S. 1
Margaret GIBSON, Milestones in the Study of Priscian, circa 800-circa 1200, S. 17
Richard A. JACKSON, Manuscripts, Texts and Enigmas of Medieval French Coronation Ordines, S. 35
James E. ANDERSON, Exeter Latin Riddle 90, S. 73
Benjamin ARNOLD, From Warfare on Earth to Eternal Paradise: Archbishop Anno II of Cologne, the History of the Western Empire in the Annolied and the Salvation of Mankind, S. 95
Carol Dana LANHAM, Freshman Composition in the Early Middle Ages: Epistolography and Rhetoric before the Ars dictaminis, S. 115
Bruce C. BRASINGTON, Non imitanda set veneranda: The Dilemma of Sacred Precedent in Twelfth-Century Canon Law, S. 135
Anne Clark BARTLETT, Commentary, Polemic and Prophecy in Hildegard of Bingen's Solutiones triginta octo quaestionum, S. 153
George DAMERON, Revisiting the Italian Magnates: Church Property, Social Conflict and Political Legitimization in the Thirteenth-Century Commune, S. 167
Meryl R. FOSTER, Thomas of Westoe: A Monastic Book-Buyer at Oxford about 1300, S. 189
Michael R. MCVAUGH, Arnold of Villanova's Regimen Almarie (Regimen castra sequentium) and Medieval Military Medicine, S. 201
Thomas A. RYAN, Scripture and the Prudent Ymaginatif, S. 215
Lawrence M. CLOPPER, Pearl and the Consolation of Scripture, S. 231
Francis INGLEDEW, Liturgy, Prophecy and Belshazzar's Bablyon: Discourse and Meaning in Cleanness, S. 247
Tim William MACHAN, Textual Authority and the Works of Hoccleve, Lydgate and Henryson, S. 281
Lee BLISS, The Renaissance Griselda: A Woman for All Seasons, S. 301

Viator 24, 1993
John OPPEL, Saint Jerome and the History of Sex, S. 1
Jesse BYOCK, The Skull and Bones in Egils Saga: A Viking, A Grave and Paget's Disease, S. 23
Phyllis G. JESTICE, The Gorzian Reform and the Light under the Bushel, S. 51
A.J. FOREY, Military Orders and Secular Warfare in the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries, S. 79
Philippe BUC, David's Adultery with Bathsheba and the Healing Power of the Capetian Kings, S. 101
Patricia STIRNEMANN, Two Twelfth-Century Bibliophiles and Henry of Huntingdon's Historia Anglorum, S. 121
Robert I. BURNS S.J., Daughter of Abu Zayd, Last Almohad Ruler of Valencia: The Family and Christian Seingiory of Alda Ferrándis 1236-1300, S. 143
Judith S. NEAMAN, The Mystery of the Ghent Bird and the Invention of Spectacles, S. 189
Roberto GONZALEZ-CASANOVAS, Preching the Gospel in Barlaam and Blanquerna: Pious Narrative and Parable in Medieval Spain, S. 215
Marie-Therese GOUSSET, Parcheminiers et libraires rouennais à la fin du quatorzième siècle d'après un document judiciaire, S. 233
David NIRENBERG, Muslim-Jewish Relations in the Fourteenth-Century Crown of Aragon, S. 249
Michael A. CALABRESE, “Make a Mark that Shows”: Orphean Song, Orphean Sexuality and the Exile of Chaucer's Pardoner, S. 269
Joseph F. O'CALLAGHAN, Castile, Portugal and the Canary Islands: Claims and Counterclaims, 1344-1479, S. 287
Kevin MARTI, Traditional Characteristics of the Resurrected Body in Pearl, S. 311
Barbara NEWMAN, Renaissance Feminism and Esoteric Theology: The Case of Cornelius Agrippa, S. 337
R.R. MCCUTCHEON, Heresy and Dialogue: The Humaist Approaches to Erasmus and More, S. 357
Jean D'AMATO, Cicero's Villas in the Phlegraean Fields: The Development of a Historical and Cultural Myth, S. 385
Brian S. LEE, The “Grosse Villanies” of Captain John Brookes, S. 421

Viator 25, 1994
Patrick AMORY, Names, Ethnic Identity and Community in Fifth- and Sixth-Century Burgundy, S. 1
Richard A. JACKSON, Who Wrote Hincmar's Ordines?, S. 31
Jay T. LEES, Charity and Enmity in the Writings of Anselm of Havelberg, S. 53
Stephen P. BENSCH, From Prizes of War to Domestic Merchandise: The Changing Face of Slavery in Catalonia and Aragon, 1000-1300, S. 63
Felice LIFSHITZ, Beyond Positivism and Genre: “Hagiographical” Texts as Historical Narrative, S. 95
Patrick J. GEARY; John B. FREED, Literacy and Violence in Twelfth-Century Bavaria: The “Murder Letter” of Count Siboto IV, S. 115
Giles CONSTABLE, The Language of Preaching in the Twelfth Century, S. 131
Loren J. WEBER, The Historical Importance of Godfrey of Viterbo, S. 153
Don A. MONSON, Andreas Capellanus's Scholastic Definition of Love, S. 197
Susan ARONSTEIN, When Arthur Held Court in Caer Llion: Love, Marriage and the Politics of Centralization in Gereint and Owein, S. 215
Jennifer MORETON, John of Sacrobosco and the Calendar, S. 229
Louis Jacques BATAILLON O.P., The Tradition of Nicholas of Biard's Distinctiones, S. 245
Paul F. GEHL, Preachers, Teachers and Translators: The Social Meaning of Language Study in Trecento Tuscany, S. 289
Jane Andrews AIKEN, Truth in Images: From the Technical Drawings of Ibn al-Razzaz al-Jazari, Campanus of Novara and Giovanni de'Dondi to the Perspective Projection of Leon Battista Alberti, S. 325
Karen A. WINSTEAD, Capgrave's Saint Katherine and the Perils of Gynecocracy, S. 361
Kent EMERY, Jr., Denys the Carthusian and the Invention of Preaching Materials, S. 377
Martin LOWRY, Aristotle's Poetics and the Rise of Vernacular Literary Theory, S. 411

Viator 26, 1995
Dorothy Ann BRAY, Allegory in the Navigatio sancti Brendani, in: Viator 26, 1995, p. 1
Matthew S. KEMPSHALL, Some Ciceronian Models for Einhard's Life of Charlemagne, in: Viator 26, 1995, p. 11
Herwig WOLFRAM, Political Theory and Narrative in Charters, in: Viator 26, 1995, p. 39
David A. WARNER, Thietmar of Merseburg on Rituals of Kingship, in: Viator 26, 1995, p. 53
Jonathan ROTONDO-MCCORD, Locum sepulturae meae … elegi: Property, Graves and Sacral Power in Eleventh-Century Germany, in: Viator 26, 1995, p. 77
David B. TWETTEN, Averroes on the Prime Mover Proved in the Physics, in: Viator 26, 1995, p. 107
Alcuin BLAMIRES, Women and Preaching in Medieval Orthodoxy, Heresy and Saints' Lives, in: Viator 26, 1995, p. 135
Gerald B. GUEST, A Discourse on the Poor: The Hours of Jeanne d'Evreux, in: Viator 26, 1995, p. 153
Monica Brzezinski POTKAY, Cleanness on the Question of Images, in: Viator 26, 1995, p. 181
Glending OLSON, Plays as Play: A Medieval Ethical Theory of Performace and the Intellectual Context of the Tretise of Miraclis Pleyinge, in: Viator 26, 1995, p. 195
Katherine J. WORKMAN, Manorial Estate Officials and Opportunity in Late Medieval English Society, in: Viator 26, 1995, p. 223
Diane E. BOOTON, Bona ablata, An Inventory Property Stolen from George of Liechtenstein, Prince-Bishop of Trent (1390-1419), in: Viator 26, 1995, p. 241
Yael ZIRLIN, Joel Meets Johannes: A Fifteenth-Century Jewish-Christian Collaboration in Manuscript Illumination, in: Viator 26, 1995, p. 265
Eric LAWEE, On the Threshold of the Renaissance: New Methods and Sensibilities in the Biblical Commentaries of Isaac Abarbanel, in: Viator 26, 1995, p. 283
Barisa KREKIC, One the Latino-Slavic Cultural Symbiosis in Late Medieval and Renaissance Dalmatia and Dubrovnik, in: Viator 26, 1995, p. 321
Simon VAREY; Rafael CHABRÁN, Mexican Medicine Comes to England, in: Viator 26, 1995, p. 333
Lynn HULSE, “The King's Entertainment” by the Duke of Newcastle, in: Viator 26, 1995, p. 355

Viator 27, 1996
Bonnie EFFROS, Symbolic Expressions of Sanctity: Getrude of Nivelles in the Context of Merovingian Mortuary Custom, in: Viator 27, 1996, p. 1
David F. APPLEBY, Sight and Church Reform in the Thought of Jonas of Orléans, in: Viator 27, 1996, p. 11
George T. BEECH, The Crusader Lordship of Marash in Armenian Cilicia, 1104-1149, in: Viator 27, 1996, p. 35
Karen M. BROADHURST, Henry II of England and Eleanor of Aquitaine: Patrons of Literature in French?, in: Viator 27, 1996, p. 53
Rachel Fulton, Mimetic Devotion, Marian Exegesis and the Historical Sense of the Song of Songs, in: Viator 27, 1996, p. 85
Kathryn MCKINLEY, The Medieval Commentary Tradidion 1100-1500 on Metamorpohses 10, in: Viator 27, 1996, p. 117
Eric H. REITER, The Reader as Author of the User-Produced Manuscript: Reading and Rewriting Popular Latin Theology in the Late Middle Ages, in: Viator 27, 1996, p. 151
Gloria ALLAIRE, The Use of Owners' Jingles in Italian Vernacular Manuscripts, in: Viator 27, 1996, p. 171
Elizabeth BURIN, Jean Machard and Guichard de Rovedis: Clerical Patrons and Their Manuscripts in Lyons around 1500, in: Viator 27, 1996, p. 189
Jean D'AMATO, The “Turris Pharo” at Capo Miseno: A Monument of Medieval Scholarship, in: Viator 27, 1996, p. 215
Cynthia M. PYLE, The Art and Science of Renaissance Natural History: Thomas of Cantimpré, Pier Candido Decembrio, Conrad Gessner and Teodoro Ghisi in the Vatican Library, MS Urb. lat. 276, in: Viator 27, 1996, p. 265
Thomas L. BERGER, Looking for Shakespeare in Caroline England, in: Viator 27, 1996, p. 323

Viator 28, 1997
Jeffrey A. BOWMAN, Do Neo-Romans Curse? Law, Land and Ritual in the Midi (900-1100), in: Viator 28, 1997, p. 1
Blair SULLIVAN, The Polyphony of the Spheres, in: Viator 28, 1997, p. 33
Jessica HEMMING, Sellam gestare: Saddle-Bearing Punishments and the Case of Rhiannon, in: Viator 28, 1997, p. 45
Kari Ellen GADE, Northern Light on the Battle of Hastings, in: Viator 28, 1997, p. 65
Irven M. RESNICK, Odo of Cambrai and the Investiture Crisis in the Early Twelfth Century, in: Viator 28, 1997, p. 83
Philippe BUC, Conversion of Objects: Suger of Saint-Denis and Meinwerk of Paderborn, in: Viator 28, 1997, p. 99
Kristine E. HANEY, The Saint Albans Psalter and the New Spiritual Ideals of the Twelfth Century, in: Viator 28, 1997, p. 145
Charles BURNETT, The Instruments Which Are the Proper Delights of the Quadrivium. Rhythmomachy and Chess in the Teaching of Arithmetic in Twelfth-Century England, in: Viator 28, 1997, p. 175
Lucy K. PICK, Rodrigo Jiménez de Rada and the Jews: Pragmatism and Patronage in Thirteenth-Century Toledo, in: Viator 28, 1997, p. 203
Roger FRENCH, The Use of Alfred of Shareshill's Commentary on the De plantis in University Teaching in the Thirteenth Century, in: Viator 28, 1997, p. 223
Michael G. SARGENT, The Annihilation of Marguerite Porete, in: Viator 28, 1997, p. 253
Mary A. ROUSE; Richard H. ROUSE, The Goldsmith and the Peacocks: Jean de le Mote in the Household of Simon de Lille, 1340, in: Viator 28, 1997, p. 281
Michael HANLY, Courtiers and poets: An International Network of Literary Exchange in Late Fourteenth-Century Italy, France and England, in: Viator 28, 1997, p. 305
Laura A. SMOLLER, Defining Boundaries of the Natural in Fifteenth-Century Brittany: The Inquest into the Miracles of Saint Vincent Ferrer (d. 1419), in: Viator 28, 1997, p. 333
Henry Ansgar KELLY, Statutes of Rapes and Alleged Ravishers of wives: A Context for the Charges against Thomas Malory, Knight, in: Viator 28, 1997, p. 361

Viator 29, 1998
Scott GWARA, Second Language Acquisition and Anglo-Saxon Bilingualism: Negative Transfer and Avoidance in Ælfric Bata's Latin Colloquia, ca. A.D. 1000, S. 1
Robert CHAZAN, The First Crusade As Reflected in the Earliest Hebrew Narrative, S. 25
Susan BOYNTON, Performative Exegesis in the Fleury Interfectio Puerorum, S. 39
Gunar FREIBERGS, From Paris to Poland via the Arctic: The Origin and Transmission of a Cosmological Theory, S. 65
Richard KAY, Grerald of Wales and the Fourth Lateran Council, S. 79
John S. LANGDON, Byzantium's Initial Encounter with the Chinggisids: An Introduction to the Byzantino-Mongolica, S. 95
Bernard SCHLAGER, Foundresses of the Franciscan Life: Umiliana Cerchi and Margaret of Cortona, S. 141
Nancy VAN DEUSEN, On the Usefulness of Music: Motion, Music and the Thirteenth-Century Reception of Aristotle's Physics, S. 167
Marios PHILIPPIDES, The Fall of Constantinople 1453: Bishop Leonardo Giustiniani and His Italian Followers, S. 189
Mary C. ERLER, A London Anchorite, Simon Appulby. His Fruyte of Redempcyon and Its Milieu, S. 227
Marc-André WIESMANN, “La Poésie du Ciel” in Montaigne's “Apologie de Raimond Sebond”, S. 241
T.N. BISSON, On Not Eating Polish Bread in Vain: Resonance and Conjuncture in the Deeds of the Princes of Poland (1109-1113) [Iconography, Politics and the Symbolism of Power in Medieval Europe], S. 275
Alexander PATSCHOVSKY, The Holy Emperor Henry “the First” As One of the Dragon's Heads of Apocalypse: On the Image of the Roman Empire under German Rule in the Tradition of Joachim of Fiore [Iconography, Politics and the Symbolism of Power in Medieval Europe], S. 291
John VAN ENGEN, Professing Religion: From Liturgy to Law [Iconography, Politics and the Symbolism of Power in Medieval Europe], S. 323
Ludwig SCHMUGGE, Cleansing on Consciences: Some Observations regarding the Fifteenth-Century Registers of the Papal Penitentiary [Iconography, Politics and the Symbolism of Power in Medieval Europe], S. 345
Johannes FRIED, Time and Eternity in the Eschatology of the Guennol Triptych [Iconography, Politics and the Symbolism of Power in Medieval Europe], S. 363
Giles CONSTABLE, The Place of the Crusader in Medieval Society [Iconography, Politics and the Symbolism of Power in Medieval Europe], S. 377

Viator 30, 1999
Blair SULLIVAN, The Unwritable Sound of Music: The Origins and Implications of Isidore's Memorial Metaphor, S. 1
Warren BROWN, The Use of Norms in Disputes in Early Medieval Bavaria, S. 15
Eric J. GOLDBERG, “More Devoted to the Equipment of Battle Than the Splendor of Banquets”: Frontier Kingship, Military Ritual and Early Knighthood at the Court of Louis the German, S. 41
Jenny JOCHENS, Race and Ethnicity in the Old Norse World, S. 79
Paul Antony HAYWARD, Saint Albans, Durham and the Cult of Saint Oswine King and Martyr, S. 105
Marie Louise GÖLLNER, Rhythm and Pattern: The Two-Voice Motets of Codex Montpellier, S. 145
John E. DOTSON, Fleet Operations in the First Genoese-Venetian War, 1264-1266, S. 165
Harvey J. HAMES, Conversion via Ecstatic Experience in Ramon Llull's Llibre del gentil e dels tres savis, S. 181
Susan EINBINDER, The Troyes Laments: Jewish Martyrology in Hebrew and Old French, S. 201
Carrie E. BENES, Cola de Rienzo and the Lex Regia, S. 231
Kimberly RIVERS, Memory and Medieval Preaching: Mnemonic Advice in the Ars praedicandi of Francesc Eiximenis (ca. 1327-1409), S. 253
Edward I. CONDREN, Numerical Proportion as Aesthetic Strategy in the Pearl Manuscript, S. 285
Nancy Bradley WARREN, Kings, Saints and Nuns: Gender, Religion and Authority in the Reign of Henry V, S. 307
Anne HUDSON, Accessus ad auctorem: The Case of John Wyclif, S. 323
Rebecca Jean EMICH, The Length of Leases: Short-Term Contracts and Long-Term Relationships, S. 345
Marija-Anna DÜRRIGL; Stella FATOVIC-FERENCIC, Marginalia miscellanea medica in Croatian Glagolitic Monuments: A Model for Interdisciplinary Investigations, S. 383
Geoffrey EATOUGH, Peter Martyr's Account of the First Contacts with Mexico, S. 397

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