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Nottingham Medieval Studies 1, 1957
E.A. THOMPSON, Christianity and the Northern Barbarians, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 1, 1957, p.
R.I. PAGE, Drauma-Jóns Saga, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 1, 1957, p.
K.C. KING, On Motives and Literary Sources in German Heroic Literature, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 1, 1957, p.
M.W. BARLEY, Cistercian Land Clearances in Nottinghamshire: Three Deserted Villages and ther motaed successor, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 1, 1957, p.


Nottingham Medieval Studies 2, 1958
Dorothy L. SAYERS, The Beatrician Vision in Dante and other Poets, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 2, 1958, p.
J.S. ROSKELL, Sir Peter de la Mare, Speaker for the Commons in Parliament in 1376 and 1377, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 2, 1958, p.
Dorothy L. SAYERS, On Translating the "Divina Commedia", in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 2, 1958, p.
Lewis THORPE, Nicaise Ladam and Manuscript 283/2 of the Fitzwilliam Museum, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 2, 1958, p.
Kenneth CAMERON, The Scandinavians in Derbyshire: The Place-Name Evidence, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 2, 1958, p.
H.H. LUCAS, Pons de Capduoill and Azalais de Mercuor: A Study of the Planh, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 2, 1958, p.

Nottingham Medieval Studies 3, 1959
Frederick A.G. COWPER, Origins and Peregrinations of the Laval-Middleton Manuscript, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 3, 1959, p. 3
G.E. TREASE, The Spicers and Spothecaries of the Royal Household in the Reigns of Henry III, Edward I and Edward II, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 3, 1959, p. 19
J.S. ROSKELL, The Parliamentary Representation of Lincolnshire during the Reigns of Richard II, Henry IV and Henry V, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 3, 1959, p. 53
Kenneth VARTY, The Life and Legend of Louise Labé, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 3, 1959, p. 78

Nottingham Medieval Studies 4, 1960
E.A. THOMPSON, The Conversion of the Visigoths to Catholicism, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 4, 1960, p. 4
R.I. PAGE, The Bewcastle Cross, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 4, 1960, p. 36
R.B. TATE, Rodrigo Sánchez de Arévalo (1404-1470) and his "Compendiosa Historia Hispanica", in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 4, 1960, p. 58
Cora J. OUGH, Local Style in Church Architecture in the Stour Valley, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 4, 1960, p. 81
W.H. HOSFORD, The Elizabethan Serfs of Long Bennington, Lincolnshire, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 4, 1960, p. 105

Nottingham Medieval Studies 5, 1961
E.A. THOMPSON, The Visigoths in the Time of Ulfila, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 5, 1961, p. 3
Lewis THORPE, Le Roman de Silence, by Heldris de Cornuälle, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 5, 1961, p. 33
J.C. HOLT, King John's Disaster in the Wash, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 5, 1961, p. 75
J.S. ROSKELL, Sir William Oldhall, Speaker in the Parliament of 1450-1, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 5, 1961, p. 87

Nottingham Medieval Studies 6, 1962
Barry BALDWIN, Peasant Revolt in Africa in the Late Roman Empire, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 6, 1962, p. 3
N.Q. KING, The Theodosian Code as a Source for the Religious Policies of the First Byzantine Emperors, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 6, 1962, p. 12
Lewis THORPE, Le Roman de Silence, by Heldris de Cornuälle (continued), in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 6, 1962, p. 18
Barbara REYNOLDS, Usatto, Hoese and Osceum: A Study in Semantics, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 6, 1962, p. 70
A. ROGERS, Hoton versus Shakell: A Ransom Case in the Court of Chivalry, 1390-5, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 6, 1962, p. 74

Nottingham Medieval Studies 7, 1963
E.A. THOMPSON, The Barbarian Kingdoms in Gaul and Spain, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 7, 1963, p. 3
Lewis THORPE, Le Roman de Silence, by Heldris de Cornuälle (continued), in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 7, 1963, p. 34
A. ROGERS, Hoton versus Shakell: A Ransom Case in the Court of Chivalry, 1390-5 (concluded), in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 7, 1963, p. 53
J.S. ROSKELL, Thomas Thorpe, Speaker in the Reading Parliament of 1453, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 7, 1963, p. 79

Nottingham Medieval Studies 8, 1964
Thomas JONES, The Early Evolution of the Legend of Arthur, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 8, 1964, p. 3
W.G. van EMDEN, Isembart and the Old French Epic of Revolt, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 8, 1964, p. 22
Lewis THORPE, Le Roman de Silence, by Heldris de Cornuälle (continued), in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 8, 1964, p. 35
Kenneth VARTY, The Pursuit of Mediaeval English Literature and Art, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 8, 1964, p. 62
Nigel WILKINS, Some Notes on Philipoctus de Caserta (ca. 1360?-c. 1435), in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 8, 1964, p. 82

Nottingham Medieval Studies 9, 1965
Barbara REYNOLDS, English Awareness of Dante, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 9, 1965, p. 4
Dorothy L. SAYERS, The Art of Translating Dante, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 9, 1965, p. 15
C.S. LEWIS, Dante's Similes, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 9, 1965, p. 32
Dorothy L. SAYERS, The "Terrible" One, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 9, 1965, p. 42
Charles WILLIAMS, Religion and Love in Dante, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 9, 1965, p. 55
R.I. PAGE, Anglo-Saxon Episcopal Lists, Parts I & II, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 9, 1965, p. 71

Nottingham Medieval Studies 10, 1966
R.I. PAGE, Anglo-Saxon Episcopal Lists, Part III, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 10, 1966, p. 2
Lewis THORPE, Le Roman de Silence, by Heldris de Cornuälle (continued), in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 10, 1966, p. 25
Kenneth VARTY, The Death and Resurrection of Reynard in Mediaeval Literature and Art, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 10, 1966, p. 70
J.G. BELLAMY, Sir John de Annesley and the Chandos Inheritance, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 10, 1966, p. 94

Nottingham Medieval Studies 11, 1967
H.B. WILLSON, Colour and Form in the Prologue to Wolfram's 'Parzival', in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 11, 1967, p. 3
Lewis THORPE, Le Roman de Silence, by Heldris de Cornuälle (concluded), in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 11, 1967, p. 19
Joseph A. LONGO, 'Sir Gawain the the Green Knight': The Christian Quest for Perfection, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 11, 1967, p. 57
H.E. HALLAM, The Agrarian Economy of South Lincolnshire in the Mid-Fifteenth Century, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 11, 1967, p. 86

Nottingham Medieval Studies 12, 1968
Lewis THORPE, The Four Rough Drafts of Bauduins Bators, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 12, 1968, p. 3
W.H. HOSFORD, The Manor of Sleaford in the Thirteenth Century, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 12, 1968, p. 21
Nigel WILKINS, The Post-Machaut Generation of Poet-Musicians, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 12, 1968, p. 40
A. ROGERS, The Political Crisis of 1401, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 12, 1968, p. 85

Nottingham Medieval Studies 13, 1969
W.G. van EMDEN, "La Bataille est Aduree Endementres": Traditionalism and Individualism in Chanson-de-geste Studies, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 13, 1969, p. 3
Fanni BOGDANOW, The Fragments of Part I of the "Palamede" preserved in the State Archives of Modena, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 13, 1969, p. 27
Lewis THORPE, The Four Rough Drafts of Bauduins Bators (continued), in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 13, 1969, p. 49
Joseph A. LONGO, Symmetry and Symbolism in the "Secunda Pastorum", in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 13, 1969, p. 65

Nottingham Medieval Studies 14, 1970
G. STORMS, The Significance of Hygelac's Raid, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 14, 1970, p. 3
H.B. WILLSON, Literacy and Wolfram von Eschenbach, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 14, 1970, p. 27
Lewis THORPE, The Four Rough Drafts of Bauduins Bators (concluded), in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 14, 1970, p. 41
R.L. STOREY, Lincolnshire and the Wars of the Roses, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 14, 1970, p. 64
Joel Th. ROSENTHAL, Feuds and Private Peace-Making: A Fifteenth-Century Example, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 14, 1970, p. 84

Nottingham Medieval Studies 15, 1971
R.P.C. HANSON, English Translation of the "Confession" and the "Letter to Coroticus" of Saint Patrick, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 15, 1971, p. 3
Fridjov BRIKELI, The Earliest Missionary Activities from England to Norway, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 15, 1971, p. 27
Richard WEBSTER, Barbara Reynolds' Introduction to "Il Paradiso": A Commentary, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 15, 1971, p. 38
Terence NEWCOMBE, The Troubadour Berenger de Palazol: A Critical Edition of his Poems, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 15, 1971, p. 54

Nottingham Medieval Studies 16, 1972
Antonia GRANSDEN, Childhood and Youth in Medieval England, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 16, 1972, p. 3
Constance BULLOCK-DAVIES, The Love-Messenger in "Milun", in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 16, 1972, p. 20
Geoffrey LEE, The Oldest European Account Book: A Florentine Bank Ledger of 1211, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 16, 1972, p. 28
Fanni BOGDANOW, A New Fragment of "Alixandre l'Orphelin", in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 16, 1972, p. 61
Lewis THORPE, Petrarch in Arquà, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 16, 1972, p. 69
A. Compton REEVES, Some of Humphrey Stafford's Military Indentures, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 16, 1972, p. 80

Nottingham Medieval Studies 17, 1973
Claude LUTTRELL, The Figure of Nature in Cretien de Troyes, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 17, 1973, p. 3
John L. FLOOD, Dietrich von Bern and the Human Hunt, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 17, 1973, p. 17
Malcolm BARBER, Propaganda in the Middle Ages: The Charges against the Templars, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 17, 1973, p. 42
Robert J. BLANCH, Color Symbolism and Mystical Contemplation in "Pearl", in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 17, 1973, p. 58
M.G.A. VALE, Sir John Fastolf's "Report" of 1435: A New Interpretation reconsidered, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 17, 1973, p. 78

Nottingham Medieval Studies 18, 1974
H.B. WILLSON, A "New Order" in Hartmann's "Gregorius" and "Der Arme Heinrich", in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 18, 1974, p. 3
Richard WEBSTER, Two Hells: Comparison and Contrast between Dante and Shakespeare with Particular Reference to "Inferno", 10 and "Richard III", I, IV, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 18, 1974, p. 17
Angus J. KENNEDY; Kenneth VARTY, Christine de Pisan's "Ditie de Jehanne D'Arc". Part I, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 18, 1974, p. 29
André de MANDACH, A Royal Wedding-Present in the Making, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 18, 1974, p. 56

Nottingham Medieval Studies 19, 1975
Terence NEWCOMBE, The Refrain in Troubadour Lyric Poetry, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 19, 1975, p. 3
Lewis JILLINGS, The Abduction of Arthur's Queen in "Diu Crône", in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 19, 1975, p. 16
Richard WEBSTER, Two Hells: Comparison and Contrast between Dante and Shakespeare with Particular Reference to "Inferno", 10 and "Richard III", I, IV. Part II, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 19, 1975, p. 35
A.K. MCHARDY, John Buckingham and Thomas Beauchamp, Earl of Warwick, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 19, 1975, p. 48
Angus J. KENNEDY; Kenneth VARTY, Christine de Pisan's "Ditie de Jehanne D'Arc". Part II, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 19, 1975, p. 53

Nottingham Medieval Studies 20, 1976
E.A. THOMPSON, The End of Roman Spain, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 20, 1976, p. 3
Brynley F. ROBERTS, Geoffrey of Monmouth and Welsh Historical Tradition, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 20, 1976, p. 29
Anthony LODGE; Kenneth VARTY, Towards a new edition of the "Roman de Renart": "Renart and Chantecler", in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 20, 1976, p. 41
Robert J. BLANCH, Games poets play: the ambiguous use of Color Symbolism in "Sir Gawain and the Green Knight", in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 20, 1976, p. 64

Nottingham Medieval Studies 21, 1977
E.A. THOMPSON, The End of Roman Spain. Part II, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 21, 1977, p. 3
Bernice W. KLIMAN, Women in Early English Literature, "Beowulf" to the "Ancrene Wisse", in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 21, 1977, p. 32
David CROOK, The Spigurnels of Skegby, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 21, 1977, p. 50
Colin RICHMOND, The Nobility and the Wars of the Roses, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 21, 1977, p. 71

Nottingham Medieval Studies 22, 1978
   Obituary of Professor Lewis Thorpe, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 22, 1978, p. 1
E.A. THOMPSON, The End of Roman Spain. Part III, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 22, 1978, p. 3
R.M. SHERMAN, The Continental Origins of the Ghent Family of Lincolnshire, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 22, 1978, p. 23
Claude LUTTRELL, From Traditional Tale to Arthurian Romance: "Le Chevalier au Lion", in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 22, 1978, p. 36
Michael JONES, Education in Brittany during the Later Middle Ages: A Survey, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 22, 1978, p. 60

Nottingham Medieval Studies 23, 1979
E.A. THOMPSON, The End of Roman Spain. Part IV. Conclusion, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 23, 1979, p. 1
B.F. BEARDSMORE, The Tow Auberons, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 23, 1979, p. 23
Juliet VALE, Law and Diplomacy in the Alliterative Morte Arthure, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 23, 1979, p. 31
J.L. GILLESPIE, Sir John Fortescue's Concept of Royal Will, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 23, 1979, p. 47

Nottingham Medieval Studies 24, 1980
Louise E. WRIGHT, Merewioingas and the Dating of Beowulf: A Reconsideration, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 24, 1980, p. 1
Michael JONES, The Charters of Robert II de Ferrers, Earl of Nottingham, Derby and Ferrers, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 24, 1980, p. 7
P.M. HOLT, The Virtuous Ruler in Thirteenth-cEntury Mamluk Royal Biographies, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 24, 1980, p. 27
R.H. BRITNELL, Avantagium Mercatoris: A Custom in Medieval English Trade, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 24, 1980, p. 37
Anne M. TAYLOR, A Scriptural Echo in the Trojan Parliament of Troilus and Criseyde, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 24, 1980, p. 51
John TAYLOR, Letters and Letter Collections in England, 1300-1420, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 24, 1980, p. 57

Nottingham Medieval Studies 25, 1981
C.E. FELL, A note on Old English Wine Terminology: the Problem of Cæren, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 25, 1981, p. 1
G.A. LOUD, How 'Norman' was the Norman Conquest of Southern Italy?, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 25, 1981, p. 13
Myra STOKES, Sir Gawain and the Green Knight: Fitt III as Debate, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 25, 1981, p. 35
Philippe CONTAMINE, The Contents of a French Diplomatic Bag in the Fifteenth Century: Louis XI, Regalian Rights and Breton Bishoprics 1462-1465, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 25, 1981, p. 52
   Reviews, p. 73

Nottingham Medieval Studies 26, 1982
R.A. MARKUS, The End Of The Roman Empire: A Note on Eugippius, Vita Sancti Severini, 20, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 26, 1982, p. 1
E.L.G. STONES, The Mission of Thomas Wale and Thomas Delisle from Edward I to Pope Boniface VIII in 1301, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 26, 1982, p. 8
Karl P. WENTERSDORF, Symbol and Meaning in Chaucer's Nun's Priest's Tale, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 26, 1982, p. 29
Evelyn S. NEWLYN, Affective Style in Middle Scots: The Education of the Reader in Three Fables by Robert Henryson, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 26, 1982, p. 47
   Reviews, p. 57

Nottingham Medieval Studies 27, 1983
Cecily CLARK, On Dating The Battle of Maldon: Certain Evidence Reviewed, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 27, 1983, p. 1
Brain GOLDING, Symon of Kyme: the Making of a Revel, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 27, 1983, p. 23
R.H. BRITNELL, Agriculture in a Region of Ancient Enclosure, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 27, 1983, p. 37
Elizabeth PORTER, Chaucer's Knight, the Alliterative Morte Arthure and the Medieval Laws of War: a Reconsideration, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 27, 1983, p. 56
T.F.S. TURVILLE-PETRE, A Poem on the Nine Worthies, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 27, 1983, p. 79
   Reviews, p. 85

Nottingham Medieval Studies 28, 1984
Bernard HAMILTON, Ralph of Domfront, Patriarch of Antioch (1135-40), in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 28, 1984, p. 1
Bernard MCLANE, A Case Study of Violence and Litigation in the Early Fourteenth Century: the Disputes of Robert Godsfield of Sutton-le-Marsh, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 28, 1984, p. 22
H.S. OFFLER, A Note of the Northern Franciscan Chronicle, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 28, 1984, p. 45
J.P. GENET, English Nationalism: Thomas Polton at the Council of Constance, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 28, 1984, p. 60
J. EDWARDS, Elijah and the Inquisition: Messianic Prophecy Among Conversos in Span, c. 1500, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 28, 1984, p. 79
   Reviews, p. 95

Nottingham Medieval Studies 29, 1985
H.W.G. LIEBESCHUETZ, The Fall of John Chrysostom, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 29, 1985, p. 1
David POSTLES, The Learning of Austin Canons: the Case of Oseney Abbey, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 29, 1985, p. 32
Kenneth VARTY, Back to the Beginning of the Romans de Renart, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 29, 1985, p. 44
M.J. FRANKLIN, The Assessment of Benefices for Taxation in Thirteenth Century Buckinghamshire, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 29, 1985, p. 73
D.G. LANOUE, La Prise d'Alexandrie: Guillaume de Machaut's Epic, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 29, 1985, p. 99
R.L. STOREY, Cardinal Beaufort's Greek Doctor, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 29, 1985, p. 109
   Reviews, p. 115

Nottingham Medieval Studies 30, 1986
Roland LANE, A Critical Review of the Major Studies of the Relationship of the Old French Floire et Blancheflor and its Germanic Adaptations, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 30, 1986, p. 1
Kay STANILAND, The Nuptials of Alexander III of Scotland and Margaret Plantagenet, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 30, 1986, p. 20
Simon LLOYD, Gilbert de Clare, Richard of Cornwall and the Lord Edward's Crusade, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 30, 1986, p. 46
S.J. PAYLING, Inheritance and Local Politics in the Later Middle Ages: the Case of Ralph, Lord Cromwell, and the Heriz Inheritance, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 30, 1986, p. 67
J.C. BATES, Edward Leche – a Recidivist Criminous Clerk, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 30, 1986, p. 97
   Reviews, p. 101

Nottingham Medieval Studies 31, 1987
J.M. ALONSO-NÚÑEZ, Jordanes and Procopius on Northern Europe, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 31, 1987, p. 1
Judith JESCH, Early Christians in Icelandic History – A Case Study, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 31, 1987, p. 17
M.D. COUPE, Peter the Hermnit – A Reassessment, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 31, 1987, p. 37
K.R. GILES, Two English Bishops in the Holy Land, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 31, 1987, p. 46
J.Z. TITOW, The Decline of the Fair of St. Giles, Winchester, in the Thirteenth and Fourteenth Centuries, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 31, 1987, p. 58
Michael JONES, Sir John de Hardreshull, King's Lieutenant in Brittany, 1343-5, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 31, 1987, p. 76
John SCATTERGOOD, Chaucer a Bukton and Proverbs, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 31, 1987, p. 98
F.H. RUSSELL, Love and Hate in Medieval Warfare: The Contribution of Saint Augustine, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 31, 1987, p. 108
   Reviews, p. 125

Nottingham Medieval Studies 32, 1988
Hazel THOMPSON, Edward Thompson, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 32, 1988, p. 1
R.A. MARKUS, E.A. Thompson and the Study of Late Antiquity, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 32, 1988, p. 6
J.W. RICH, A Bibliography of E.A. Thompson, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 32, 1988, p. 11
Frank CLOVER, Commodus the Poet, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 32, 1988, p. 19
Alan CAMERON, A Misidentified Homily of Chrysostom, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 32, 1988, p. 34
Walter GOFFART, The Map of the Barbarian Invasions: A Preliminary Report, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 32, 1988, p. 49
Hugh KENNEDY; J.H.W.G. LIEBESCHUETZ, Antioch and the Villages of Northern Syria in the Fifth and Sixth Centuries A.D.: Trend and Problem, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 32, 1988, p. 65
David BOYSON, Romano-Burgundian Society in the Age of Gundobad: Some Legal, Archaeological and Historical Evidence, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 32, 1988, p. 91
I.N. WOOD, Clermont and Burgundy: 511-534, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 32, 1988, p. 119
Bernard S. BACHRACH, Gildas, Vortigern and Constitutionality in Sub-Roman Britain, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 32, 1988, p. 126
M.E. JONES, The Appeal to Aetius in Gildas, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 32, 1988, p. 141
Kenneth CAMERON, Bynames of Location in Lincolnshire Subsidy Rolls, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 32, 1988, p. 156
Maurice W. BARLEY, Nottinghamshire Medieval Manor Houses, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 32, 1988, p. 165
   Reviews, p. 176
P.M. HOLT, Mamluk-Frankish Diplomatic Relations in the Reign of Baybars (658-76/1260-77), in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 32, 1988, p. 180
E.L.G. STONES; Seymour PHILLIPS, English in the Public Records: Three Late Thirteenth-Century Examples, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 32, 1988, p. 196
Rhoda L. FRIEDRICHS, Ralph Lord Cromwell and the Politics of Fifteenth-Century England, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 32, 1988, p. 207

Nottingham Medieval Studies 33, 1989
Cary J. NEDERMAN, The Changing Face of Tyranny: The Reign of King Stephen in John of Salisbury's Political Thought, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 33, 1989, p. 1
D.J. CONLON, La Chanson d'audigier — A Scatological Parody of the Chansons de geste, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 33, 1989, p. 21
J. STEPHENS; Marcia RYAN, Metafictional Strategies and the Theme of Sexual Power in the Wife of Bath's and Franklin's Tales, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 33, 1989, p. 56
Zaga GAVRILOVIC, Between Latins and Greeks: Some Artistic Trends in Medieval Serbia (13th-14th Centuries), in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 33, 1989, p. 76
David ELTIS, Towns and Defence in Later Mdieval Germany, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 33, 1989, p. 91
Michael K. JONES, War on the Frontier: The Lancastrian Land Settlement in Eastern Normandy, 1435-50, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 33, 1989, p. 104
R.L. STOREY, Ordinations of Secular Priests in Early Tudor London, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 33, 1989, p. 122
   Reviews, p. 134

Nottingham Medieval Studies 34, 1990
E.A. THOMPSON, Ammianus Marcellinus and Britain, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 34, 1990, p. 1
S.J.B. BARNISH, Maximian, Cassiodorus, Boethius, Theodahad: Literature, Philosophy and Politics in Ostrogothic Italy, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 34, 1990, p. 16
Terence H. NEWCOMBE [edited H.H. LUCAS], Remarks on the Themes and Structure of the Medieval Provençal Comjat, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 34, 1990, p. 33
Elizabeth SIBERRY, The Crusading Counts of Nevers, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 34, 1990, p. 64
Soctt L. WAUGH, Women's Inheritance and the Growth of Bureaucratic Monarchy in Twelfth- and Thirteenth Century England, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 34, 1990, p. 71
Rhoda L. FRIEDRICHS, The Two Last Wills of Ralph, Lord Cromwell, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 34, 1990, p. 93
Simon WALKER, Sir Richard Abberbury (c. 1330-1399) and his Kinsmen: The Rise and Fall of a Gentry Family, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 34, 1990, p. 113
Andrew LYNCH, Good Name and Narrative in Malory, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 34, 1990, p. 141
Mark BALLARD, An Expedition of English Archers to Liège in 1467 and the Anglo-Burgundian Marriage Alliance, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 34, 1990, p. 152
   Reviews, p. 175

Nottingham Medieval Studies 35, 1991
John R.E. BLIESE, The Courage of the Normans. A Comparative Study of Battle Rhetoric, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 35, 1991, p. 1
Penny ELEY, The Myth of Trojan Descent and Perceptions of National Identity: The Case of Eneas and the Roman de Troie, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 35, 1991, p. 27
Simon LLOYD, William Longespee II: The Making of an English Crusading Hero (Part I), in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 35, 1991, p. 41
Jill HUGHES, Walter Langton and his Family, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 35, 1991, p. 70
R.L. STOREY, Papal Provisions to English Monasteries, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 35, 1991, p. 77
John SCATTERGOOD, Old Age, Love and Friendship in Chaucer's Envoy to Scogan, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 35, 1991, p. 92
Thorlac TURVILLE-PETRE, A Middle English Life of St Zita, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 35, 1991, p. 102
Kathleen DALY, The Vraie Chronique d'Escoce and Franco-Scottish Diplomacy: An Historical Work by John Ireland, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 35, 1991, p. 106
Ian ARTHURSON, Espionage and Intelligence from the Wars of the Roses to the Reformation, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 35, 1991, p. 134
   Reviews, p. 161

Nottingham Medieval Studies 36, 1992
David FRYE, Aegidius, Childeric, Odovacer and Paul, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 36, 1992, p. 1
Janet STEVENSON, Rubisca, Hiberno-Latin and the Hermeneutic Tradition, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 36, 1992, p. 15
K.S.B. KEATS-ROHAN, The Bretons and Normans of England 1066-1154: the Family, the Fief and the Feudal Monarchy, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 36, 1992, p. 42
Simon LLOYD; Tony HUNT, William Longespee II: The Making of an English Crusading Hero (Part II), in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 36, 1992, p. 79
Andrew AYTON, Robin Hood and Military Service in the Fourteenth Century, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 36, 1992, p. 126
John FRANKIS, St Zita, St Sythe and St Osyth, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 36, 1992, p. 148
E.D. JONES, Villein Mobility in the Later Middle Ages: the Case of Spalding Priory, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 36, 1992, p. 151
Livia VISSER-FUCHS, The Short Version of the Arrivall of Edward IV, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 36, 1992, p. 167
   Reviews, p. 228

Nottingham Medieval Studies 37, 1993
Carole HOUGH, A Reappraisal of Aethelberht 84, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 37, 1993, p. 1
Christine FELL, An Appendix to Carole Hough's Article 'A Reappraisal of Aethelberht 84', in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 37, 1993, p. 7
David CROUGH, Earls and Bishops in Twelfth-Century Leicestershire, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 37, 1993, p. 9
K.S.B. KEATS-ROHAN, Aspects of Robert of Torigny's Genealogies Revisited, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 37, 1993, p. 21
Dominic FRANCIS, Oliver of Paderborn and hie Siege Engine at Damietta, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 37, 1993, p. 28
Frédérique LACHAUD, Embroidery and the Court of Edward I, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 37, 1993, p. 33
Matthew SULLIVAN, The Role of the Nassington Familiy in the Medieval English Church, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 37, 1993, p. 53
Helen PHILLIPS, Chaucer's French Translations, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 37, 1993, p. 65
Sebastian SUTCLIFFE, The Cult of St Sitha in England: an introduction, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 37, 1993, p. 83
Colin RICHMOND, An Outlaw and Some Peasants: the possible significance of Robin Hood, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 37, 1993, p. 90
John SCATTERGOOD, George Ashby's Prisoners Reflections and The Virtue of Patience, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 37, 1993, p. 102
C.S.L. DAVIES, Richard III, Brittany and Henry Tudor, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 37, 1993, p. 110
   Reviews, p. 127

Nottingham Medieval Studies 38, 1994
R.A. MARKUS, Edward Thompson [Obituary], in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 38, 1994, p. 1
R.F. NEWBOLD, Interpersonal Violence in Gregory of Tours' Libri Historiarum, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 38, 1994, p. 3
Christine FELL, Saint Æðelþryð: A historical-hagiographical dichotomy, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 38, 1994, p. 18
Raymond MCCLUSKEY, The Early History of San Isidoro de León (X-XII c.), in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 38, 1994, p. 35
A.V. MURRAY, Baldwin II and his nobles: Baronia factionalism and dissent in the kingdom of Jerusalem, 1118-1134, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 38, 1994, p. 60
Charles COULSON, Freedom to Crenellate by Licence: An historiographical revision, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 38, 1994, p. 86
Bella MILLETT, How Green is the Green Knight?, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 38, 1994, p. 138
A.J. POLLARD, Dominic Mancini's Account of the Events of 1483, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 38, 1994, p. 152
   Reviews, p. 164

Nottingham Medieval Studies 39, 1995
David FRYE, Transformation and Tradition in the Merovingian Civitas, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 39, 1995, p. 1
Carole HOUGH, The Place-Names Bridford, Britford and Birdforth, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 39, 1995, p. 12
Stanley RUBIN, Aethelberht 36. A medico-linguistical discussion on the word hion, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 39, 1995, p. 19
Roberta DEWA, The Runic Riddles of the Exeter Book: language games and Anglo-Saxon scholarship, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 39, 1995, p. 26
Olivier de LABORDERIE, Richard the Lionheart and the birth of a national cult of St George in England: origins and development of a legend, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 39, 1995, p. 37
E.D. JONES, Death by Document: a re-appraisal of Spalding Priory's census evidence for the 1260s, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 39, 1995, p. 54
Kelly DEVRIES, Contemporary views of Edward III's failure at the siege of Tournai, 1340, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 39, 1995, p. 70
Andrew BREEZE, A Grant of 1345 by the Earl of Arundel to the London Cell of Roncesvalles, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 39, 1995, p. 106
Caroline M. BARRON; Laura WRIGHT, The London Middle English Guild Certificates of 1388-9: i. Historical Introduction; ii. The Texts, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 39, 1995, p. 108
P.S. LEWIS, Some provisional remarks upon the chronicle of Saint-Denis and upon the [Grandes] Chroniques de France in the fifteenth century, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 39, 1995, p. 146
R.B. TATE, Robert Langton, pilgrim (1470-1524), in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 39, 1995, p. 182
   Reviews, p. 192

Nottingham Medieval Studies 40, 1996
Antonina HARBUS, Dream and Symbol in The Dream of the Rood, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 40, 1996, p. 1
Timothy GRAHAM, A Runic Entry in an Anglo-Saxon Manuscript from Abingdon and the Scandinavian Career of Abbot Rodulf (1051-2), in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 40, 1996, p. 16
Marcus BULL, The Capetian Monarchy and the Early Crusade Movement: Hugh of Vermandois and Louis VII, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 40, 1996, p. 25
Nicholas ORME, The Medieval Schools of Herefordshire, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 40, 1996, p. 47
Sian ECHARD, Of Parody and Perceval: Middle Welsh and Middle English Manipulations of the Perceval Story, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 40, 1996, p. 63
C.L.H. COULSON, Community and Fortress-Politics in France in the Lull before the Hundred Years War in English perspective, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 40, 1996, p. 80
Jan GERCHOW, Gilds and Fourteenth-Century Bureaucracy: the case of 1388-9, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 40, 1996, p. 109
Douglas BIGGS, Sheriffs and Justices of the Peace: The Patterns of Lancastrian Governance, 1399-1401, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 40, 1996, p. 149
James GOIG, Propaganda and Truth: Henry V's royal progress in 1421, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 40, 1996, p. 167
   Reviews, p. 180

Nottingham Medieval Studies 41, 1997
Carole HOUGH, A New Reading of Alfred, ch. 26, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 41, 1997, p. 1
K.S.B. KEATS-ROHAN, Domesday Book and the Malets: patrimony and the private histories of public lives with an Appendix on Welbourn Castle, Lincolnshire by David ROFFE, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 41, 1997, p. 13
Robert WARM, Arthur and the Giant of Mont St-Michel, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 41, 1997, p. 57
J.M.B. PORTER, Prostitution and Monastic Reform, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 41, 1997, p. 71
Nicholas VINCENT, Twyford under the Bretons 1066-1250, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 41, 1997, p. 80
Anne F. SUTTON, Mercery through four centruies, 1130s-c. 1500, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 41, 1997, p. 100
Paddy PAYNE; Caroline M. BARRON, The Letters and Life of Elizabeth Despenser, Lady Zouche (d. 1408), in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 41, 1997, p. 126
R.B. TATE, The Official Chronicle in the Fifteenth Century: A brief survey of Western Europe, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 41, 1997, p. 157
   Reviews, p. 186

Nottingham Medieval Studies 42, 1998
Judith JESCH, Professor Christine E. Fell, OBE [Obituary], in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 42, 1998, p. iv
R.I. PAGE, The Icelandic Rune-Poem, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 42, 1998, p. 1
C.H.L. COULSON, The Sancitoning of Fortresses in France: 'Feudal Anarchy' or 'Seigneurial Amity', in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 42, 1998, p. 38
Diana B. TYSON, Authors, patrons and soldiers –, some thoughts on four Old French soldiers' Lives, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 42, 1998, p. 105
ffiona SWABEY, The Letter Book of Alice de Bryene, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 42, 1998, p. 121
Mark WARNER, Chivalry in action: Thomas Montagu and the war in France, 1417-1428, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 42, 1998, p. 146
Thorlac TURVILLE-PETRE, The Persecution of Elizabeth Swillington by Ralph, Lord Cromwell, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 42, 1998, p. 174
Margaret L. KEKEWICH, 'Thou shalt be under the power of man_: Sir John Fortescue and the Yorkist Succession, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 42, 1998, p. 188
   Reviews, p. 231

Nottingham Medieval Studies 43, 1999
Paul CAVILL, Some Dynamics of Story-Telling: Animals in the Early Lives of St Cuthbert, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 43, 1999, p. 1
Carole HOUGH, Cheveley and Chaff Hall: A Reconsideration of OE ceaf in Place-Names, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 43, 1999, p. 21
Edward PETTIT, Anglo-Saxon Charms in Oxford, Bodleian Library MS Barlow 35, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 43, 1999, p. 33
Penny ELEY; Philip E. BENNETT, The Battle of Hastings according to Gaimar, Wace and Benoît: rhetoric and politics, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 43, 1999, p. 47
Richard R. HEISER, The Extent of the Lionheart's Folly: Richard I's arrangements for Count John and Archbishop Geoffrey prior to the Third Crusade, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 43, 1999, p. 79
Oscar DE VILLE, The Deyvilles and the Genesis of the Robin Hood Legend, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 43, 1999, p. 90
Julie TAYLOR, Lucera Sarracenorum: A Muslim Colony in medieval Christian Europe, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 43, 1999, p. 110
E.D. JONES, The Exploitation of its Serfs by Spalding Priory before the Black Death, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 43, 1999, p. 126
Luciano GALLINARI, Prelimary research on the Intervention of France in the War between the Kingdom of Arborea and the Crown of Aragon around 1400, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 43, 1999, p. 152
Stephen KNIGHT, 'Love's Altar is the Forest Glade': Chaucer in the light of Dafydd ap Gwilym, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 43, 1999, p. 172
   Reviews, p. 189

Nottingham Medieval Studies 44, 2000
John FRANKIS, Sidelights on post-conquest Canterbury: towards a context for an Old Norse runic charm (DR 419), in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 44, 2000, p. 1
Simon BARTON, From Tyrants to Soldiers of Christ: the nobility of twelfth-century Léon-Castile and the struggle against Islam, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 44, 2000, p. 28
Catherine HANLEY, The nature and perception of the besague in Old French Narrative, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 44, 2000, p. 49
David NICHOLLE, Illustrations of Spiked Axes, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 44, 2000, p. 66
Michael R. EVANS, The Ferrers Earls of Derby and the Crusades, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 44, 2000, p. 69
J.C. HOLT, King John and Arthur of Brittany, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 44, 2000, p. 82
A.H. HERSHEY, The Rise and Fall of William de Bussey: A mid-thirteenth century Steward, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 44, 2000, p. 104
David CROOK, Freedom, Villeinage and Legal Process: the dispute between the Abbot of Burton and his tenants of Mickelover, 1280, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 44, 2000, p. 123
David S. GREEN, The Later Retinue of Edward the Black Prince, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 44, 2000, p. 141
Conor MCCARTHY, Marriage and Mede in Passus 2 to 4 of Piers Plowman, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 44, 2000, p. 152
Michael HICKS, Propaganda and the First Battle of St Albans, 1455, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 44, 2000, p. 167
David GRUMMITT, 'For the Surety of the Towne and Marches': Early Tudor Policy towards Calais, 1485-1509, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 44, 2000, p. 184
   Reviews, p. 204

Nottingham Medieval Studies 45, 2001
J.H.W.G. LIEBESCHUETZ, Late Antiquity and the Concept of Decline, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 45, 2001, p. 1-11
Anne F. SUTTON, The Shop-floor of the London Mercery Trade, c. 1200-c. 1500: The marginalisation of the artisan, the itinerant mercer and the shopholder, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 45, 2001, p. 12-50
E.D. JONES, The Spalding Priory Operarii in the Thirteenth Century, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 45, 2001, p. 51-67
Nicholas VINCENT, The Wolderful Will of William of Wendling (d. 1270), in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 45, 2001, p. 68-96
Richard HUSCROFT, Should I stay or Should I go? Robert Burnell, the Lord Edward's Crusade and the Canterbury Vacancy of 1270-3, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 45, 2001, p. 97-109
Jean DUNBABIN, Charles I of Anjou and the development of medieval political ideas, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 45, 2001, p. 110-126
Diane B. TYSON, A Royal Itinerary: The Journey of Edward I to Scotland in 1296, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 45, 2001, p. 127-144
Alan FOREY, The Letters of the Last Two Templar Masters, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 45, 2001, p. 145-171
Jens RÖHRKASTEN, Trends of Mortality in Late Medieval London, 1348-1400, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 45, 2001, p. 172-209
Thomas H. OHLGREN, Richard Call, the Pastons and the Manuscript Context of Robin Hood and the Potter (Cambridge University Library Ee. 4.35.1), in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 45, 2001, p. 210-228
Lister M. MATHESON, Dialect Analysis of Cambridge University Library MS Ee. 4.35.1, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 45, 2001, p. 229-233
   Review Articles, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 45, 2001, p. 234

Nottingham Medieval Studies 46, 2002
P.R. NEWMAN, The Domesday Inquest and the Norman Land Settlement in the Yorkshire Wapentake of Ainsty, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 46, 2002, p. 1-24
Clive R. SNEDDON, On the creation of the Old French Bible, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 46, 2002, p. 25-44
Diana B. TYSON, The Seige of Caerlaverock: A Re-examination, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 46, 2002, p. 45-69
Matthew REEVE, The former Painted Cycle of the Life of Edward I at the Bishop's Palace, Lichfield, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 46, 2002, p. 70-83
Barry BEARDSMORE, A Study of Two Middle French Horror Stories, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 46, 2002, p. 84-101
Gwilym DODD, Getting away with murder: Sir John Haukeston and Richard II's Cheshire Archers, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 46, 2002, p. 102-117
Everett L. WHEELER, Christine de Pizan's Livre des fais d'armes et de chevalerie: Gender and the Prefaces, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 46, 2002, p. 119-161
Jane LAUGHTON; Christopher DYER, Seasonal Patters of Trade in the Later Middle Ages: Buying and Selling at Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire, 1400-1520, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 46, 2002, p. 162-184
P.S. LEWIS, Note on the fifteenth century Grande Chronique de Normandie, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 46, 2002, p. 185-198
   Review Articles, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 46, 2002, p. 199-205

Nottingham Medieval Studies 47, 2003
David FRYE, From locus publicus to locus sanctus: Justice and Sacred Space in Merovingian Gaul, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 47, 2003, p. 1-20
Paul CAVILL, Analogy and Genre in the Legend of St Edmund, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 47, 2003, p. 21-45
Matthew GABRIELE, Asleep at the Wheel? Messianism, Apocalypticism and Charlemagne's Passivity in the Oxford Chanson de Roland, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 47, 2003, p. 46-72
Paul BRACKEN, Halt sunt li pui: Towards a Performance of the Chanson de Roland, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 47, 2003, p. 73-106
Judith EVERARD, The abbey of Saint-Sulpice-la-Forêt and Royal Patronage in England, c. 1150-1259, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 47, 2003, p. 107-147
Claire TAYLOR, The Origins of the General Court of the Agenais, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 47, 2003, p. 148-167
David S. BACHRACH, The Royal Crossbow Makers of England, 1204-1272, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 47, 2003, p. 168-197
Fergus CANNAN, The Myths of Medieval Heraldry, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 47, 2003, p. 198-216
Livia VISSER-FUCHS, Jean de Wavrin and the English newsletters: the Chronicle of the Revellion in Lincolnshire, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 47, 2003, p. 217-235
   Review Articles, in: Nottingham Medieval Studies 47, 2003, p. 236-253

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