Medieval Prosopography
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Medieval Prosopography 1/1, 1980
Joel T. Rosenthal, An Editorial Welcome, in: Medieval Prosopography 1/1, 1980, p. 1-2 {dw}
George Beech, The Scope of Medieval Prosopography, in: Medieval Prosopography 1/1, 1980, p. 3-7 {dw}
James L. Gillespie, The Forest and the Trees:Prosopographical Studies and Richard 11, in: Medieval Prosopography 1/1, 1980, p. 9-14 {dw}
Bernard S. Bachrach, Some Observations on The Medieval Nobility: A Review Essay, in: Medieval Prosopography 1/2, 1980, p. 15-33 {dw}
Diana E. Greenway, Cathedral Clergy in England and Wales:Fasti Eaalesiae Anglicanae, in: Medieval Prosopography 1/1, 1980, p. 15-22 {dw}
Medieval Prosopography 1/2, 1980
Jean-Philippe Genet, Medieval Prosopographical Research at the University of Paris I, in: Medieval Prosopography 1/2, 1980, p. 1-13 {dw}
Charlotte A. Newman, Henry I's Old and New Men:Social History and Prosopography, in: Medieval Prosopography 1/2, 1980, p. 35-43 {dw}
Anne De Windt, Peasants in the English Royal Courts:The Huntingdonshire-Eyre of 1286, the Ramsey Abbey Banlieu Court of 1287, and the Hungtingdonshire Assizes of 1287-88, in: Medieval Prosopography 1/2, 1980, p. 45-57 {dw}
A. Compton Reeves, Histories of English Families in the 1970s, in: Medieval Prosopography 1/2, 1980, p. 59-71 {dw}


Medieval Prosopography 2/1, 1981
Ralph W. Mathisen, Late Roman Prosopography in the West (A.D. 260-640):A Survey of Recent Work, in: Medieval Prosopography 2/1, 1981, p. 1-12 {dw}
Steven C. Fanning, A Review of Lombard Prosopography, in: Medieval Prosopography 2/1, 1981, p. 13-33 {dw}
Richard M. Hogan, The Rainaldi of Angers:"New Men" or Descendents of Carolingian Nobiles?, in: Medieval Prosopography 2/1, 1981, p. 35-62 {dw}
Kenneth R. Bartlett, The Household of Francis Russell, Second Earl of Bedford, in Venice, 1555, in: Medieval Prosopography 2/1, 1981, p. 63-83 {dw}
Bernard S. Bachrach, Memorial Note: Jacques Boussard, in: Medieval Prosopography 2/1, 1981, p. 85-86; Editors, Recent Publications in Medieval Prosopography:A Bibliography of Books and Articles, in: Medieval Prosopography 2/1, 1981, p. 87-102; Medieval Prosopography 2/2, 1981
Barry Baldwin, Missing Persons:A Look at PLRE, II, in: Medieval Prosopography 2/2, 1981, p. 1-9 {dw}
C. Warren Hollister, Elite Prosopography in Saxon and Norman England, in: Medieval Prosopography 2/2, 1981, p. 11-20 {dw}
Emma Mason, Through a Glass Darkly: Sources and Problems in English Baronial Prosopography, in: Medieval Prosopography 2/2, 1981, p. 21-31 {dw}
Charles R. Young, Hugh de Neville: An Early Thirteenth-Century Problem in Identification, in: Medieval Prosopography 2/2, 1981, p. 33-40 {dw}
Fernando Pico, Non-Aristocratic Bishops in the Reign of Louis IX, in: Medieval Prosopography 2/2, 1981, p. 41-54 {dw}
Editors, Recent Publications in Medieval Prosopography: North American Publications, 1970-1980, Part 2, in: Medieval Prosopography 2/2, 1981, p. 55-69 {dw}

Medieval Prosopography 3/1, 1982
George Beech, An Editorial Note, in: Medieval Prosopography 3/1, 1982, p. 1 {dw}
Maria Hillebrandt, The Cluniac Charters:Remarks on a Quantitative Approach for Prosopographical Studies, in: Medieval Prosopography 3/1, 1982, p. 3-25 {dw}
Dietrich Poeck, Cluniac Necrologies: A Status Report, in: Medieval Prosopography 3/1, 1982, p. 27-62 {dw}
Robin S. Oggins; Virginia Darrow Oggins, Hawkers and Falconers: The Prosopography of a Branch of the English Royal Household, in: Medieval Prosopography 3/1, 1982, p. 63-94 {dw}
Philip Niles, Baptism and the Naming of Children in Late Medieval England, in: Medieval Prosopography 3/1, 1982, p. 95-107 {dw}
Janet Nelson, Bibliography: Anglo-Saxon England, 1970-1981, in: Medieval Prosopography 3/1, 1982, p. 109-112 {dw}
Martin Heinzelmann, Neuerscheinungen der Jahre 1979-1980 zur Prosopographie des Frühmittelalters (5.-10. Jahrhundert), in: Medieval Prosopography 3/1, 1982, p. 113-142 {dw}
Medieval Prosopography 3/2
John B. Freed, The Ministerials and the Church in Twelfth Century Salzburg, in: Medieval Prosopography 3/2, 1982, p. 1-20 {dw}
Ralph V. Turner, Twelfth- and Thirteenth-Century English Law and Government: Suggestions for Prosopographical Approaches, in: Medieval Prosopography 3/2, 1982, p. 21-34 {dw}
Malcolm C. Burson, Emden's Registers and the Prosopography of Medieval English Universities, in: Medieval Prosopography 3/2, 1982, p. 35-51 {dw}
Alain Demurger; Claude Gauvard; Jean-Philippe Genet; Hélène Millet; Charles Vuilliez; Jacques Verger, Recent Publications in Medieval Prosopography, 11th-15th Centuries: Articles in French Language Periodicals, 1979-1980, in: Medieval Prosopography 3/2, 1982, p. 53-71 {dw}
Neithard Bulst, Neuerscheinungen der Jahre 1979-1980 zur Prosopographie des hohen und späten Mittelalters (11.-15. Jahrhundert), in: Medieval Prosopography 3/2, 1982, p. 73-100 {dw}

Medieval Prosopography 4/1, 1983
Bernard S. Bachrach, The Family of Viscount Fulcoius of Angers: Some Methodological Observations at the Nexus of Prosopography and Diplomatics, in: Medieval Prosopography 4/1, 1983, p. 1-8 {dw}
Steven C. Fanning, From Miles to Episcopus: The Influence of the Family on the Career of Vulgrinus of Vendōme (ca. 1000-65), in: Medieval Prosopography 4/1, 1983, p. 9-30 {dw}
Gerald W. Day, Genoese Prosopography (12th-13th Centuries): The State of the Question and Suggestions for Research, in: Medieval Prosopography 4/1, 1983, p. 31-44 {dw}
Alan Friedlander, Heresy, Inquisition, and the Crusader-Nobility of Languedoc, in: Medieval Prosopography 4/1, 1983, p. 45-67 {dw}
Joel T. Rosenthal, Bibliography of English Scholarship. 1970-1981: Part I: 1066-1307, in: Medieval Prosopography 4/1, 1983, p. 69-81 {dw}
Ralph A. Griffiths, Bibliography of Studies in Medieval Prosopography: Wales, 1970-1980, in: Medieval Prosopography 4/1, 1983, p. 83-89 {dw}
Medieval Prosopography 4/2
Herbert Zielinski, 'Codex diplomaticus regni Siciliae': Notes on a New Publishing Project, in: Medieval Prosopography 4/2, 1983, p. 1-7 {dw}
Linda Clark; Carole Rawcliffe, The History of Parliament, 1386-1422: A Progress Report, in: Medieval Prosopography 4/2, 1983, p. 9-41 {dw}
Joel T. Rosenthal, Bibliography of English Scholarship, 1970-1982: Part II:1307-1509, in: Medieval Prosopography 4/2, 1983, p. 47-61 {dw}

Medieval Prosopography 5/1, 1984
David S. Spear, Membership in the Norman Cathedral Chapters during the Ducal Period:Some Preliminary Findings, in: Medieval Prosopography 5/1, 1984, p. 1-18 {dw}
John Bell Henneman, Jr., Who Were the Marmousets?, in: Medieval Prosopography 5/1, 1984, p. 19-63 {dw}
Neithard Bulst, The Deputies at the French Estates General of 1468 and 1484: A Prosopographical Approach, in: Medieval Prosopography 5/1, 1984, p. 65-79 {dw}
Medieval Prosopography 5/2, 1984
Paul J. Fouracre, Observations on the Outgrowth of Pippinid Influence in the 'Regnum Francorum' after the Battle of Tertry (687-715), in: Medieval Prosopography 5/2, 1984, p. 1-31 {dw}
Victoria Chandler; Charlotte A. Newman; David S. Spear, A Proposal for a Dictionary of Anglo-Norman Biography, in: Medieval Prosopography 5/2, 1984, p. 33-39 {dw}
Neithard Bulst, Neuerscheinungen der Jahre 1981-1982 zur Prosopographie des hohen und späten Mittelalters (11.-15. Jahrhundert): Auswertung deutschsprachiger Zeitschriften, in: Medieval Prosopography 5/2, 1984, p. 53-100 {dw}

Medieval Prosopography 6/1, 1985
Charles R. Bowlus, Prosopographical Evidence Concerning Moravia's Location, in: Medieval Prosopography 6/1, p. 1-21 {dw}
Bernard S. Bachrach, King Henry II and Angevin Claims to the Saintonge, in: Medieval Prosopography 6/1, p. 23-45 {dw}
Boyd Breslow, Ambiguities of Political Loyalties in Edwardian England:The Case of Richer de Refham, in: Medieval Prosopography 6/1, p. 47-68 {dw}
Charles W. Smith, Some Trends in the English Royal Chancery:1377-1483, in: Medieval Prosopography 6/1, p. 69-94 {dw}
Medieval Prosopography 6/2, 1985
Victoria Chandler, Family Histories:An Aid in the Study of the Anglo-Norman Aristocracy, in: Medieval Prosopography 6/2, p. 1-23 {dw}
Ralph V. Turner, Richard Barre and Michael Belet:Two Angevin Civil Servants, in: Medieval Prosopography 6/2, p. 25-49 {dw}
Christiane Klapisch-Zuber, Parrains et Filleuls. Une approche comparée de la France, l'Angleterre et l'Italie médiévales, in: Medieval Prosopography 6/2, p. 51-77 {dw}
Beatrice Hibbard Beech, Yolande Bonhomme:A Renaissance Printer, in: Medieval Prosopography 6/2, p. 79-100 {dw}

Medieval Prosopography 7/1, 1986
Ralph W. Mathisen, Fifteen Years of P.L.R.E.: Compliments, Complaints and Caveats, in: Medieval Prosopography 7/1, 1986, p. 1-37 {dw}
Steven Fanning, Family and Episcopal Election, 900-1050, and the Case of Hubert, Bishop of Angers (1006-47), in: Medieval Prosopography 7/1, 1986, p. 39-56 {dw}
Gerhard Jaritz; Albert Müller, Medieval Prosopography in Austrian Historical Research: Religious and Urban Communities, in: Medieval Prosopography 7/1, 1986, p. 57-86 {dw}
Medieval Prosopography 7/2, 1986
Bernard S. Bachrach, Some Observations on the Origins of Countess Gerberga of the Angevins: An Essay in the Application of the Tellenbach-Werner Prosopographical Method, in: Medieval Prosopography 7/2, 1986, p. 1-23 {dw}
Stephanie Mooers, Networks of Power in Anglo-Norman England, in: Medieval Prosopography 7/2, 1986, p. 25-54 {dw}
Robin Aeming, A Report on the Domesday Book Database Project, in: Medieval Prosopography 7/2, 1986, p. 55-61 {dw}

Medieval Prosopography 8/1, 1987
Editors, Eight Years: Some Editorial Reflections, in: Medieval Prosopography 8/1, 1987, p. 1-3 {dw}
Ralph W. Mathisen, A Survey of the Significant Addenda to P.L.R.E., in: Medieval Prosopography 8/1, 1987, p. 5-30 {dw}
Cecily Clark, English Personal Names ca. 650-1300: Some Prosopographical Bearings, in: Medieval Prosopography 8/1, 1987, p. 31-60 {dw}
Mary Martin McLaughlin, Looking for Medieval Women:An Interim Report on the Project 'Women's Religious Life and Communities, A.D. 500-1500', in: Medieval Prosopography 8/1, 1987, p. 61-91 {dw}
William Ziezulewicz, An Argument for Historical Continuity:Low and Middle Vassal Families in the Eleventh-Century Saumurois, in: Medieval Prosopography 8/1, 1987, p. 93-110 {dw}
Medieval Prosopography 8/2, 1987
Hugh M. Thomas, A Yorkshire Thegn and His Descendants after the Conquest, in: Medieval Prosopography 8/2, 1987, p. 1-22 {dw}
Emma Mason, The Donors of Westminster Abbey Charters:ca. 1066-1240, in: Medieval Prosopography 8/2, 1987, p. 23-39 {dw}

Medieval Prosopography 9/1, 1988
Constance B. Bouchard, Patterns of Women's Names in Royal Lineages, Ninth-Eleventh Centuries, in: Medieval Prosopography 9/1, 1988, p. 1-32 {dw}
John B. Freed, The Prosopography of Ecclesiastical Elites: Some Methodological Considerations from Salzburg, in: Medieval Prosopography 9/1, 1988, p. 33-59 {dw}
Emilie M. Amt, Richard de Lucy, Henry II's Justiciar, in: Medieval Prosopography 9/1, 1988, p. 61-87 {dw}
John L. Leland, Knights of the Shire in the Parliament of 1386: A Preliminary Study of Factional Affiliations, in: Medieval Prosopography 9/1, 1988, p. 89-103 {dw}
Medieval Prosopography 9/2, 1988
Constance B. Bouchard, The Migration of Women's Names in the Upper Nobility, Ninth-Twelfth Centuries, in: Medieval Prosopography 9/2, 1988, p. 1-19 {dw}
Helen Saradi-Mendelovici, Notes on a Prosopography of the Byzantine Notaries, in: Medieval Prosopography 9/2, 1988, p. 21-49 {dw}
John Carmi Parsons, Towards a Social History of the English Court: The Senches of London. 1246-1349, in: Medieval Prosopography 9/2, 1988, p. 51-71 {dw}
Ralph W. Mathisen, Medieval Prosopography and Computers: Theoretical and Methodological Considerations, in: Medieval Prosopography 9/2, 1988, p. 73-128 {dw}

Medieval Prosopography 10/1, 1989
Louis Haas, Social Connections between Parents and Godparents in Late Medieval Yorkshire, in: Medieval Prosopography 10/1, 1989, p. 1-21 {dw}
David Nicholas, The Marriage and the Meat Hall: Ghent/Eeklo 1373-75, in: Medieval Prosopography 10/1, 1989, p. 22-52 {dw}
Janice Gordon-Kelter, The Lay Presence: Chancery and Privy Seal Personnel in the Bureaucracy of Henry VI, in: Medieval Prosopography 10/1, 1989, p. 53-74 {dw}
Beatrice Hibbard Beech, Women Printers in Paris in the Sixteenth Century, in: Medieval Prosopography 10/1, 1989, p. 75-93 {dw}
Medieval Prosopography 10/2, 1989
Bernard S. Bachrach, Some Observations on the Origins of the Angevin Dynasty, in: Medieval Prosopography 10/2, 1989, p. 1-24 {dw}
Richard Heiser, The Royal Familiares of King Richard I, in: Medieval Prosopography 10/2, 1989, p. 25-50 {dw}
Boyd Breslow, London Merchants and the Origins of the House of Commons, in: Medieval Prosopography 10/2, 1989, p. 51-80 {dw}
John L. Leland, Percy Pardons, in: Medieval Prosopography 10/2, 1989, p. 81-96 {dw}

Medieval Prosopography 11/1, 1990
Stephanie Evans Christelow, All the King's Men: Prosopography and the Santa Barbara School, in: Medieval Prosopography 11/1, 1990, p. 1-15 {dw}
Penelope Adair, Lambert Nappin and Lambert of Aardenburg: One Fleming or Two?, in: Medieval Prosopography 11/1, 1990, p. 17-34 {dw}
Joel T. Rosenthal, Lancastrian Episcopal Wills: Directing and Distributing, in: Medieval Prosopography 11/1, 1990, p. 35-84 {dw}
John L. Leland, A Further Note on the Dalyngrygge Case, in: Medieval Prosopography 11/1, 1990, p. 85-87 {dw}
Medieval Prosopography 11/2, 1990
W. Scott Jessee, A Missing Capetian Princess: Advisa Daughter of King Robert II of France, in: Medieval Prosopography 11/2, 1990, p. 1-16 {dw}
Ralph V. Turner, The Children of Anglo-Norman Royalty and Their Upbringing, in: Medieval Prosopography 11/2, 1990, p. 17-52 {dw}
Joseph P. Huffman, Prosopography and the Anglo-Imperial Connection:A Cologne Ministerialis Family and Its English Relations, in: Medieval Prosopography 11/2, 1990, p. 53-134 {dw}

Medieval Prosopography 12/1, 1991
John A. Nichols, Why Found a Medieval Cistercian Nunnery?, in: Medieval Prosopography 12/1, 1991, p. 1-28 {dw}
David A. Postles, Personal Naming Patterns of Peasants and Burgesses in Late Medieval England, in: Medieval Prosopography 12/1, 1991, p. 29-56 {dw}
Robin S. Oggins; Virginia Darrow Oggins, Richard of Ilchester's Inheritance:An Extended Family in Twelfth-Century England, in: Medieval Prosopography 12/1, 1991, p. 57-128 {dw}
Joel T. Rosenthal, Memorial Note:David Herlihy (1930-1991), in: Medieval Prosopography 12/1, 1991, p. 163-65 {dw}
Medieval Prosopography 12/2, 1991
M. M. N. Stansfield, Prosopography and the Principality of Wales, 1284-1536: The Second Stage, in: Medieval Prosopography 12/2, 1991, p. 1-33 {dw}
Chris Given-Wilson, Royal Charter Witness Lists 1327-1399, in: Medieval Prosopography 12/2, 1991, p. 35-93 {dw}
Peter Denley, Career, Springboard, or Sinecure? University Teaching in Fifteenth-Century Italy, in: Medieval Prosopography 12/2, 1991, p. 95-114 {dw}

Medieval Prosopography 13/1, 1992
Alan V. Murray, Dynastic Continuity or Dynastic Change? The Accession of Baldwin II and the Nobility of the Kingdom of Jerusalem, in: Medieval Prosopography 13/1, 1992, p. 1-27 {dw}
Emily Zack Tabuteau, The Family of Moulins-la-Marche in the Eleventh Century, in: Medieval Prosopography 13/1, 1992, p. 29-65 {dw}
Alexis G. C. Savvides, Bibliographical Advances in Byzantine Prosopography of the Middle and Later Periods: Part One, in: Medieval Prosopography 13/1, 1992, p. 67-154 {dw}
Medieval Prosopography 13/2, 1992
David A. Postles, The Baptismal Name in Thirteenth-Century England:Processes and Patterns, in: Medieval Prosopography 13/2, 1992, p. 1-52 {dw}
Sherri Olson, Family Linkages and the Structure of the Local Elite in the Medieval and Early Modern Village, in, Medieval Prosopography 13/2, 1992, p. 53-82 {dw}
A. Compton Reeves, Histories of English Families Published in the 1980s, in: Medieval Prosopography 13/2, 1992, p. 83-120 {dw}

Medieval Prosopography 14/1, 1993
K.S.B. Keats-Rohan, The Prosopography of Post-Conquest England: Four Case Studies, in: Medieval Prosopography 14/1, 1993, p. 1-52 {dw}
Rhoda L. Friedrichs, Marriage Strategies and Younger Sons in Fifteenth-Century England, in: Medieval Prosopography 14/1, 1993, p. 53-69 {dw}
Medieval Prosopography 14/2, 1993
Thierry Stasser, The Third Marriage of King CharIes IV of France and His Offspring, in: Medieval Prosopography 14/2, 1993, p. 1-26 {dw}
Hilde de Ridder-Symoens, Prosopographical Research in the low Countries concerning the Middle Ages and the Sixteenth Century, in: Medieval Prosopography 14/2, 1993, p. 27-120 {dw}
K.S.B. Keats-Rohan, The Continental Origins of English Landholders 1066-1220 Project, in: Medieval Prosopography 14/2, 1993, p. 121-133 {dw}
K.S.B. Keats-Rohan, Charts and map to 'The Prosopography of Post-Conquest England:Four Case Studies', in: Medieval Prosopography 14/2, 1993, p. 159-164 {dw}

Medieval Prosopography 15/1, 1994
S. C. Rowell, Pious Princesses or the Daughters of Belial: Pagan Lithuanian Dynastic Diplomacy, 1279-1423, in: Medieval Prosopography 15/1, 1994, p. 3-79 {dw}
Theodore Evergates, The Origin of the Lords of Karytaina in the Frankish Morea, in: Medieval Prosopography 15/1, 1994, p. 81-113 {dw}
John L. Leland, The Abjuration of 1388, in: Medieval Prosopography 15/1, 1994, p. 115-138 {dw}
Medieval Prosopography 15/2, 1994
Ralph V. Turner, Toward a Definition of the Curialis: Educated Court Cleric, Courtier, Administrator, or 'New Man'?, in: Medieval Prosopography 15/2, 1994, p. 3-35 {dw}
Jean Birrell, A Great Thirteenth-Century Hunter: John Giffard of Brimpsfield, in: Medieval Prosopography 15/2, 1994, p. 37-66 {dw}
Barrie Dobson, The Prosopography of Late Medieval Cathedral Canons (Some Reflections on I canonici al servizio dello Stato in Europa secoli XIII-XVI, ed. Hélène Millet [Modena, 1992]), in: Medieval Prosopography 15/2, 1994, p. 67-92 {dw}
Ralph W. Mathisen, Computer Discussion Lists on Medieval Topics, in: Medieval Prosopography 15/2, 1994, p. 107-115 {dw}

Medieval Prosopography 16/1, 1995
Joan Greatrex, Prosopography of English Benedictine Cathedral Chapters: Some Monastic Curricula Vitae, in: Medieval Prosopography 16/1, 1995, p. 1-26 {dw}
Marilyn Oliva, Counting Nuns: A Prosopography of Late Medieval English Nuns in the Diocese of Norwich, in: Medieval Prosopography 16/1, 1995, p. 27-55 {dw}
A. K. McHardy, The Churchmen of Chaucer's London: The Seculars, in: Medieval Prosopography 16/1, 1995, p. 57-87 {dw}
David N. Lepine, 'My Beloved Song in Christ': The Chapters of Lincoln Cathedral 1300-1541, in: Medieval Prosopography 16/1, 1995, p. 89-113 {dw}
Medieval Prosopography 16/2, 1995
Kenneth B. Steinhauser, Generic Saints: A Theological Analysis of Gerona, Museo Diocesano MS. 7, Folio 19, in: Medieval Prosopography 16/2, 1995, p. 1-14 {dw}
John Howe, 'Fatal Discord' in an Eleventh-Century Noble Family from Central Italy, in: Medieval Prosopography 16/2, 1995, p. 15-29 {dw}
W. Scott Jessee, The Family of Robert the Burgundian and the Creation of the Angevin March of Sablé and Craon, in: Medieval Prosopography 16/2, 1995, p. 31-67 {dw}
Andrew Edmund Bell, The Revolving Fortunes of the Knights of Rochester, in: Medieval Prosopography 16/2, 1995, p. 69-109 {dw}
A. Compton Reeves, The Foppish Eleven of 1483, in: Medieval Prosopography 16/2, 1995, p. 111-134 {dw}
Jörg Jarnut, Nomen et Gens: Political and Linguistic Aspects of Personal Names from the 3rd to the 8th Centuries A.D.: Presentation of an Interdisciplinary Project from an Historical Viewpoint, in: Medieval Prosopography 16/2, 1995, p. 143-49 {dw}
K. S. B. Keats-Rohan, Oxford Prosopography Conference, Manchester College, 30 March-2 April, 1995, in: Medieval Prosopography 16/2, 1995, p. 150-157 {dw}

Medieval Prosopography 17/1, 1996
Ralph W. Mathisen, Introduction" to "Special Issue: Late Antiquity and Byzantium, in: Medieval Prosopography 17/1, 1996, p. 1-5 {dw}
Raymond Van Dam, Governors of Cappadocia during the Forth Century, in: Medieval Prosopography 17/1, 1996, p. 7-93 {dw}
Hugh Elton, Fravitta and Barbarian Career Opportunities in Constantinople, in: Medieval Prosopography 17/1, 1996, p. 95-106 {dw}
Steven Muhlberger, Eugippius and the Life of St. Severinus, in: Medieval Prosopography 17/1, 1996, p. 107-124 {dw}
Geoffrey Greatrex, Stephanus, the Father of Procopius of Caesarea?, in: Medieval Prosopography 17/1, 1996, p. 125-45 {dw}
Jeffrey A. Oaks, The Birth Dates of Valentinian II and Valentinian III: A Correction to PLRE I, in: Medieval Prosopography 17/1, 1996, p. 147-148 {dw}
Stefan Rebenich, Mommsen, Harnack, and the Prosopography of Late Antiquity, in: Medieval Prosopography 17/1, 1996, p. 149-167 {dw}
J. R. Martindale, The Prosopography of the Byzantine Empire, in: Medieval Prosopography 17/1, 1996, p. 169-191 {dw}
Thomas Pratsch, The 'Prosopographie der Mittelbyzantinischen Zeit' (641/42-1025) at the Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences, in: Medieval Prosopography 17/1, 1996, p. 193-204 {dw}
Evangelos Chrysos, The Transformation of the Roman World:A European Scientific Program, in: Medieval Prosopography 17/1, 1996, p. 205-06 {dw}
Alice-Mary Talbot; Lee F. Sherry, The Dumbarton Oaks Byzantine Hagiography Database Project, in: Medieval Prosopography 17/1, 1996, p. 207-211 {dw}
Victoria Erhart, The Durnbanon Oaks Byzantine Bibliographical Database, in: Medieval Prosopography 17/1, 1996, p. 213-222 {dw}
K.S.B. Keats-Rohan; David E. Thornton, COEL and the Computer: Towards a Prosopographical Key to Anglo-Norman Documents, 1066-1166, in: Medieval Prosopography 17/1, 1996, p. 223-262 {dw}
Allen E. Jones, Jr., Fifteen Years of Late Roman Prosopography in the West (1981-95), in: Medieval Prosopography 17/1, 1996, p. 263-274 {dw}
Medieval Prosopography 17/2, 1996
Stephanie Mooers Christelow, The Division of Inheritance and the Provision of Non-Inheriting Offspring among the Anglo-Norman Elite, in: Medieval Prosopography 17/2, 1996, p. 3-44 {dw}
Kathleen Hapgood Thompson, Dowry and Inheritance Patterns: Some Examples from the Descendants of King Henry I of England, in: Medieval Prosopography 17/2, 1996, p. 45-61 {dw}
Mary C. Hill, The King's Messengers in England, 1199-1377, in: Medieval Prosopography 17/2, 1996, p. 63-96 {dw}
Derek Rivard, The Poachers of Pickering Forest 1282-1338, in: Medieval Prosopography 17/2, 1996, p. 97-144 {dw}
Richard Gorski, A Methodological Holy Grail: Nominal Record Linkage in a Medieval Context, in: Medieval Prosopography 17/2, 1996, p. 145-79 {dw}
John L. Leland, Unpardonable Sinners? Exclusions from the General Pardon of 1388, in: Medieval Prosopography 17/2, 1996, p. 181-195 {dw}
Henry Summerson, Problems of Medieval Biography: Revising DNB, in: Medieval Prosopography 17/2, 1996, p. 197-222 {dw}
Stefan Rebenich, Mommsen, Harnack, and the Prosopography of Late Antiquity (corrigenda and apology), in: Medieval Prosopography 17/2, 1996, p. 223-229 {dw}
George T. Beech, Necrology:Léopold Genicot (1914-1995), in: Medieval Prosopography 17/2, 1996, p. 283 Alexis G. K. Savvides, Encyclopaedic Prosopographical Lexicon of Byzantine History and Civilisation, in: Medieval Prosopography 17/2, 1996, p. 284-285 {dw}

Medieval Prosopography 18, 1997
Oscar De Ville, Deyville (or de Daiville): Origins of an English Regional Family, in: Medieval Prosopography 18, 1997, p. 1-24 {dw}
Dave Postles, Cultures of Peasant Naming in Twelfth-Century England, in: Medieval Prosopography 18, 1997, p. 25-54 {dw}
Amy Livingstone, Noblewomen's Control of Property in Early Twelfth-Century Blois-Chartres, in: Medieval Prosopography 18, 1997, p. 55-71 {dw}
David Balfour, The Origins of the Longchamp Family, in: Medieval Prosopography 18, 1997, p. 73-92 {dw}
Thomas K. Keefe, The Courting Game: Rank Order and Witness Clusters in the Early Charters of King Richard I, 1189-90, in: Medieval Prosopography 18, 1997, p. 93-108 {dw}
Hugh M. Thomas, An Upwardly Mobile Medieval Woman: Juliana of Warwick, in: Medieval Prosopography 18, 1997, p. 109-121 {dw}
Quentin Griffiths, Royal Counselors and Trouvères in the Houses of Nesle and Soissons, in: Medieval Prosopography 18, 1997, p. 123-137 {dw}
Mary Hayes Somers, A Prosopography of Irish Scholars, in: Medieval Prosopography 18, 1997, p. 139-187 {dw}
Thomas Sullivan, OSB, Benedictine Masters of the Medieval University of Paris: Careers and Regency, in: Medieval Prosopography 18, 1997, p. 189-208 {dw}
Kathryn L. Reyerson, Prostitution in Medieval Montpellier: The Ladies of Campus Polverel, in: Medieval Prosopography 18, 1997, p. 209-228 {dw}

Medieval Prosopography 19, 1998
Kathleen Hapgood Thompson, Family Tradition and the Crusading Impulse: The Rotrou Counts of the Perche, in: Medieval Prosopography 19, 1998, p. 1-33 {dw}
Alan V. Murray, Walther, Duke of Teck: The Invention of a German Hero of the First Crusade, in: Medieval Prosopography 19, 1998, p. 35-54 {dw}
Jonathan Phillips, The Murder of Charles the Good and the Second Crusade: Household, Nobility, and Traditions of Crusading in Medieval Flanders, in: Medieval Prosopography 19, 1998, p. 55-75 {dw}
Pascal Montaubin, La Politique bénéficiale d'Urbain IV (1261-64) en France du Nord: intérêt d'une approche prosopographique, in: Medieval Prosopography 19, 1998, p. 81-98 {dw}
Olivier Mattéoni, Une Base de données informatisée pour l'étude prosopographique du personnel politique de la principauté bourbonnaise à la fin du Moyen Âge: présentation et exploitation, in: Medieval Prosopography 19, 1998, p. 99-109 {dw}
Virginia Davis, Medieval Longevity: The Experience of Members of Religious Orders in Late Medieval England, in: Medieval Prosopography 19, 1998, p. 111-124 {dw}
Barbara E. Megson, Mortality among London Citizens in the Black Death, in: Medieval Prosopography 19, 1998, p. 125-33 {dw}
Josep Vilella, PCBE: Hispania, in: Medieval Prosopography 19, 1998, p. 135-176 {dw}
J. S. Hamilton, Another Daughter for Piers Gaveston? Anne de Gaveston, Damsel of the Queen's Chamber, in: Medieval Prosopography 19, 1998, p. 177-186 {dw}
Ben Daw, Elections to the Order of the Garter in the Reign of Edward IV, 1461-83, in: Medieval Prosopography 19, 1998, p. 187-213 {dw}

Medieval Prosopography 20, 1999
David E. Thornton, Predatory Nomenclature and Dynastic Expansion in Early Medieval Wales, in: Medieval Prosopography 20, p. 1-22 {dw}
Patricia Skinner, 'And Her Name Was …?' Gender and Naming in Medieval Southem Italy, in: Medieval Prosopography 20, p. 23-49 {dw}
Ann Williams, Lost Worlds: Kentish Society in the Eleventh Century, in: Medieval Prosopography 20, p. 51-74 {dw}
Richard Dace, Bertran de Verdun:Royal Service, Land, and Family in the Late Twelfth Century, in: Medieval Prosopography 20, p. 75-93 {dw}
Philip M. Stell, Forenames in Thirteenth- and Fourteenth-Century Yorkshire: A Study Based on a Biographical Database Generated by Computer, in: Medieval Prosopography 20, p. 95-128 {dw}
Joan Greatrex, Prosopographical Perspectives, or What Can Be Done with Five Thousand Monastic Biographies?, in: Medieval Prosopography 20, p. 129-145 {dw}
Joel T. Rosenthal, The Northem Clergy: Clerical Wills and Family Ties, in: Medieval Prosopography 20, p. 147-159 {dw}
Marilyn Oliva, All in the Farnily? Monastic and Clerical Careers among Family Members in the Late Middle Ages, in: Medieval Prosopography 20, p. 161-80 {dw}
James Magee, Sir William Elmham and the Recruitment for Henry Despenser's Crusade of 1383, in: Medieval Prosopography 20, p. 181-190 {dw}
Douglas Biggs, A Plantagenet Revolution in Government? The Officers of Central Government and the Lancastrian Usurpation of 1399, in: Medieval Prosopography 20, p. 191-211 {dw}

Medieval Prosopography 21, 2000
Bernard S. Bachrach, The Social Origins of the Angevin Castellanate to 1040, in: Medieval Prosopography 21, 2000, p. 1-22 {dw}
Julia Barrow, Origins and Careers of Cathedral Canons in Twelfth-Century England, in: Medieval Prosopography 21, 2000, p. 23-40 {dw}
Alan M. Stahl, A Prosopography of Medieval Venetian Mint Officials, in: Medieval Prosopography 21, 2000, p. 41-132 {dw}
David S. Green, The Military Personnel of Edward the Black Prince, in: Medieval Prosopography 21, 2000, p. 133-152 {dw}
Joëlle Rollo-Koster, Amongst Brothers: Italians' Networks in Papal Avignon (1360s-80s) , in: Medieval Prosopography 21, 2000, p. 153-190 {dw}
Jonathan Davies, Elites and Examiners at Italian Universities during the Late Middle Ages, in: Medieval Prosopography 21, 2000, p. 191-210 {dw}
Rhoda Lange Friedrichs, Rich Old Ladies Made Poor: The Vulnerability of Women's Property in Late Medieval England, in: Medieval Prosopography 21, 2000, p. 211-230 {dw}

Medieval Prosopography 22, 2001
Michael Robson, A Prosopographical Study of the Greyfriars of York, ca. 1230-1538, in: Medieval Prosopography 22, 2001, p. 1-30 {dw}
María Narbona-Cárceles, Woman at Court: A Prosopographic Study of the Court of Carlos III ofNavarre (1387-1425), in: Medieval Prosopography 22, 2001, p. 31-64 {dw}
Mark Arvanigian, Landed Society and the Governance of the North in the Later Middle Ages: The Case of Sir Ralph Eure, in: Medieval Prosopography 22, 2001, p. 65-88 {dw}
Stephanie R. Hovland, Apprenticeship in the Records of the Goldsmiths' Company of London, 1444-1500, in: Medieval Prosopography 22, 2001, p. 89-114 {dw}
Editors' Note, The "Prosopography of Anglo-Saxon England", in: Medieval Prosopography 22, 2001, p. 115-116 {dw}
David A.E. Pelteret, The Challenges of Constructing the Prosopography of Anglo-Saxon England Database, in: Medieval Prosopography 22, 2001, p. 117-126 {dw}
Francesca Tinti, The Anonymous Life of St. Cuthbert and the Prosopography of Anglo-Saxon England Database: An Exercise in Data Capturing, in: Medieval Prosopography 22, 2001, p. 127-140 {dw}
William J. Courtenay, Prosopography and University Sources: The Case of Paris, in: Medieval Prosopography 22, 2001, p. 143-152 {dw}
Dale R. Streeter, Episcopal Careers and the University in Fourteenth-Century France, in: Medieval Prosopography 22, 2001, p. 153-164 {dw}
Marshall E. Crossnoe, Victorine Education, 1306-1419, in: Medieval Prosopography 22, 2001, p. 165-180 {dw}
Thomas Sullivan, Completion Rates and Time-to-Degree Figures für the Mid-Fifteenth-Century Parisian Faculty of Theology, in: Medieval Prosopography 22, 2001, p. 181-194 {dw}
James K. Farge, A Prosopography of the University of Paris at the End of the Middle Ages, in: Medieval Prosopography 22, 2001, p. 195-202 {dw}

Medieval Prosopography 23, 2003: Arab-Islamic Medieval Culture
George T. Beech, Preface, in: Medieval Prosopography 23, 2003, p. IX {sj}
Manuela Marín, Biography and Prosopography in Arab-Islamic Medieval Culture. Introductory Remarks, in: Medieval Prosopography 23, 2003, p. 1-17 {sj}
Claude Gilliot, Prosopography in Islam: An Essay of Classification, in: Medieval Prosopography 23, 2003, p. 19-54 {sj}
Luis Molina, "Classifying Scholarship": An Analysis of Biographical Texts from Ibn Harith's Akhbar al-Fuqaha' wa-l-Muhaddithin, in: Medieval Prosopography 23, 2003, p. 55-71 {sj}
Miquel Forcada Nogués, Investigating the Sources of Prosopography. The Case of the Astrologers of ̔Abd al-Rahman II, in: Medieval Prosopography 23, 2003, p. 73-100 {sj}
Carl F. Petry, Educational Institutions as Depicted in the Biographical Literature of Mamluk Cairo: The Debate over prestige and Venue, in: Medieval Prosopography 23, 2003, p. 101-123 {sj}
María Luisa Ávila, The Search For Knowledge. Andalusi Scholars and Their Travels to the Islamic East, in: Medieval Prosopography 23, 2003, p. 125-139 {sj}
Biancamaria Scarcia Amoretti, Women's Names in Early Islamic Pro-Shi̔ite Texts on the Genealogy of the Talibiyyin, in: Medieval Prosopography 23, 2003, p. 141-165 {sj}
Mohammed Meouak, Prosophography of the Political Elites and the "Sociography" of the Umayyad State of Cordoba, in: Medieval Prosopography 23, 2003, p. 167-184 {sj}
Arie Schippers, Prosopography of the Almoravid Addressees of Ibn Khafaja's Poems, in: Medieval Prosopography 23, 2003, p. 185-201 {sj}
Maria Filomena Lopes de Barros, The identification of Portuguese Muslims: Problems and Methodology, in: Medieval Prosopography 23, 2003, p. 203-228 {sj}
Juan A. Souto, Stonemasons' Identification Marks as a Prosopographical Source. The Case of Umayyad al-Andalus, in: Medieval Prosopography 23, 2003, p. 229-245 {sj}
Danuta Shanzer, Gregory of Tours: History and Society in the Sixth Century by Martin Heinzelmann, translated by Christopher Carroll [Review Article], in: Medieval Prosopography 23, 2003, p. 247-266 {sj}
   Reviews, in: Medieval Prosopography 23, 2003, p. 267-327 {sj}

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