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Index of Articles by Author

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PACE, G. B. “Physiognomy and Chaucer’s Summoner and Alisoun.” TR 18 (1962): 417–20.

———. “Gawain and Michaelmas.” TR 25 (1969): 404–10.

PADEN, W. D., and P. H. STABLEIN. “De tradicione Guenonis: An Edition with Translation.” TR 44 (1988): 201–52.

PAGDEN, A. R. D. “The Diffusion of Aristotle’s Moral Philosophy in Spain, ca. 1400–ca. 1600.” TR 31 (1975): 287–314.

PANIZZA, L. A. “Gasparino Barzizza’s Commentaries on Seneca’s Letters.” TR 33 (1977): 297–358.

PAPADAKIS, A. “The Unpublished Life of Euthymius of Sardis: Bodleianus Laudianus Graecus 69.” TR 26 (1970): 63–90.

PARSONS, W. “‘Lest Men Like Fishes. . . .’” TR 3 (1945): 380–88.

PASCAL, P. “The ‘Institutionum disciplinae’ of Isidore of Seville.” TR 13 (1957): 425–30.

PASCOE, L. B. “Jean Gerson: The ‘Ecclesia Primitiva’ and Reform.” TR 30 (1974): 379–410.

PASZTORY, C. A. “Some Data on Nineth-Century Milan.” TR 25 (1969): 363–65.

PATTERSON, L. W. “The Parson’s Tale and the Quitting of the Canterbury Tales.” TR 34 (1978): 331–80.

PAXTON, F. S. “Liturgy and Healing in an Early Medieval Saint’s Cult: The Mass in honore sancti Sigismundi for the Cure of Fevers.” TR 49 (1994): 23–43.

PEEBLES, B. M. “The Verse Embellishments of the ‘Milleloquium Sancti Augustini.’” TR 10 (1954): 555–66.

———. “The Primitiae of the ‘Corpus Christianorum.’” TR 11 (1955): 421–28.

PEGIS, A. C. “Concerning William of Ockham.” TR 2 (1944): 465–80.

PEGUES, F. “The Fourteenth-Century College of Aubert de Guignicourt at Soissons.” TR 15 (1959): 428–42.

PENELLA, R. J. “An Overlooked Story about Apollonius of Tyana in Anastasius Sinaita.” TR 34 (1978): 414–15.

PENNINGTON, K. “A ‘Consilium’ of Johannes Teutonicus.” TR 26 (1970): 435–39.

———. “Summae on Raymond de Pennafort’s ‘Summa de Casibus’ in the Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, Munich.” TR 27 (1971): 471–79.

———. “The Rite for Taking the Cross in the Twelfth Century.” TR 30 (1974): 429–34.

PEPIN, R. E. “The ‘Entheticus’ of John of Salisbury: A Critical Text.” TR 31 (1975): 127–94.

PERGER: see von Perger.

PERRIN, J. W. “‘Legatus’ in Medieval Roman Law.” TR 29 (1973): 357–78.

PETERSON, J. L.  “The Politics of Sanctity in Thirteenth-Century Ferrara.”  TR 63 (2008): 307–26.

PICK, L. K. “Michael Scot in ToledoNatura naturans and the Hierarchy of Being.” TR 53 (1998): 93–116.

PIERCE, J. M. “Early Medieval Prayers Addressed to the Trinity in the Ordo Missae of Sigebert of Minden.” TR 51 (1996): 179–200.

PINBORG, J., see Fredborg, K. M.

PLANTE, J. G. “Catalogue of Manuscripts in the Bibliothek der Phil.-Theol.-Hochschule der Diözese Linz.” TR 32 (1976): 427–74.

PLUMPE, J. C. “Vivum saxum, vivi lapides: The Concept of ‘Living Stone’ in Classical and Christian Antiquity.” TR 1 (1943): 1–14.

POST, G. “Plena Potestas and Consent in Medieval Assemblies: A Study in Romano-Canonical Procedure and the Rise of Representation, 1150–1325.” TR 1 (1943): 355–408.

———. “Romano-Canonical Maxim, ‘quod omnes tangit,’ in Bracton.” TR 4 (1946): 197–252.

———. “Two Notes on Nationalism in the Middle Ages.” TR 9 (1953): 281–320.

———. “Vincentius Hispanus, ‘Pro Ratione Voluntas,’ and Medieval and Early Modern Theories of Sovereignty.” TR 28 (1972): 159–84.

POST, G., K. GIOCARNINIS and R. KAY. “The Medieval Heritage of a Humanistic Ideal: ‘Scientia donum Dei est, unde vendi non potest’.” TR 11 (1955): 195–234.

PONTANI, F. “The World on a Fingernail: An Unknown Byzantine Map, Planudes, and Ptolemy.” TR 65 (2010): 177–200.

POWERS, J. F. “The Origins and Development of Municipal Military Service in the Leonese and Castillian Reconquest 800–1250.” TR 26 (1970): 91–112.

PRENDIVILLE, J. G. “The Development of the Idea of Habit in the Thought of Saint Augustine.” TR 28 (1972): 29–100.

PRETE, S. “Scene Division in the Manuscript Tradition of Terence.” TR 13 (1957): 415–20.

———. “The Codices Vaticani Latini 11414–11709.” TR 16 (1960): 522–30.

———. “Two Catalogues of Manuscripts.” TR 21 (1965): 469–76.

———. “Humanistic and Renaissance Studies in Review.” TR 22 (1966): 451–62.

PRINGLE, I. “‘Judith’: The Homily and the Poem.” TR 31 (1975): 83–98.

PULSIANO, P. “The Latin and Old English Glosses in the Blickling and Regius Psalters.” TR 41 (1985): 79–116.

QUAIN, E. A. “The Medieval Accessus ad Auctores.” TR 3 (1945): 215–64.

QUASTEN, J. “Oriental Influence in the Gallican Liturgy.” TR 1 (1943): 55–78.

———. “Tertullian and ‘Traditio.’” TR 2 (1944): 481–83.

QUINN, E. C. “The Quest of Seth, Solomon’s Ship and the Grail.” TR 21 (1965): 185–222.

RADDING, C. M. “Royal Tax Revenues in Later Fourteenth-Century France.” TR 32 (1976); 361–68.

RAIA, ANNAMARIA: see FORTUNA, STEFANIA.

RAMBAUD-BUHOT, J. “Les sommaires de la Panormie et l’édition de Melchior de Vosmedian.” TR 23 (1967): 534–35.

RAPP, C. “Ritual Brotherhood in Byzantium.” TR 52 (1997) 285–326.

RATHBONE, E., see Kuttner, S.

RATHBORNE, I. E. “New Light on ‘Pearl’ 690.” TR 19 (1963): 467–68.

RECHEIS, A. “Das Fragment ‘De paenitentia’: Ein Teil der klementischen Schrift ‘Quis dives salvetur.’” TR 9 (1953): 419–20.

REEVES, M. “Joachimist Influences on the Idea of a Last World Emperor.” TR 17 (1961): 323–70.

———. “The Originality andInfluence of Joachim of Fiore.” TR 36 (1980): 269–316.

REGAN, C. A. “Patristic Psychology in the Old English ‘Vainglory.’” TR 26 (1970): 324–34.

———. “Evangelicalism as the Informing Principle of Cynewulf’s ‘Elene.’” TR 29 (1973): 27–52.

REINHARDT, K. “Zur Überlieferung eines mittelalterlichen Hohelied-Kommentars: Odo von Chériton-Michael Ayguani von Bologne-Rodrigo von Astorga.” TR 39 (1983): 163–82.

———. “Das Werk des Nicolaus von Lyra im mittelalterlichen Spanien.” TR 43 (1987): 321–58.

———. “Werke des Heymericus de Campo (+1460) im Codex Cusanus 24.” TR 50 (1995): 295–310.

REYNOLDS, R. E. “The Turin Collection in Seven Books: A Poitevin Canonical Collection.” TR 25 (1969): 508–13.

RICE, E. F. “Nicholas of Cusa’s Idea of Wisdom.” TR 13 (1957): 345–68.

RICHARDSON, H. G. “Studies in Bracton.” TR 6 (1948): 61–104.

———. “Studies in Bracton — An Addendum.” TR 14 (1958): 399–400.

———. “The Coronation in Medieval England: The Evolution of the Office and the Oath.” TR 16 (1960): 111–202.

RICHTER, M. “Gerald of Wales: A Reassessment on the 750th Anniversary of His Death.” TR 29 (1973): 379–90.

RIGG, A. G. “Propaganda of the Hundred Years War: Poems on the Battles of Crecy and Durham (1346): A Critical Edition.” TR 54 (1999): 169–211.

RILEY-SMITH, J. “The Assise Sur Le Ligece and the Commune of Acre.” TR 27 (1971): 179–204.

RINK, O. F. “Die Lehre von der Interpellation beim Paulinischen Privileg in der Kirchenrechtsschule von Bologna, 1140 bis 1234.” TR 8 (1952): 305–66.

RITARI, K.  “The Irish Eschatological Tale The Two Deaths and Its Sources.”  TR 68 (2013): 125–51.

RIVERS, T. J. “Seigneurial Obligations and ‘Lex Baivariorum’ I.13.” TR 31 (1975): 336–42.

———. “The Meaning of ‘carruca’ in the ‘Leges Barbarorum.’” TR 40 (1984): 297–99.

ROBBINS, R. H. “A Middle English Prayer to St. Mary Magdalen.” TR 24 (1968): 458–63.

ROBERTS, M. “The Prologue to Avitus’ ‘De spiritalis historiae gestis’: Christian Poetry and Poetic Licence.” TR 36 (1980): 399–406.

———. “Rhetoric and Poetic Imitation in Avitus’ Account of the Crossing of the Red Sea (De spiritalis historiae gestis 5.371–702).” TR 39 (1983): 29–80.

———. “The Description of Landscape in the Poetry of Venantius Fortunatus: The Moselle Poems.” TR 49 (1994): 1–22.

———. “Venantius Fortunatus’s Life of Saint Martin.” TR 57 (2002): 129–87.

ROBERTS, P. B. “Master Stephen Langton Preaches to the People and Clergy: Sermon Texts from the Twelfth-Century Paris.” TR 36 (1980): 237–68.

ROBINSON, I. S. “The ‘Colores Rhetorici’ in the Investiture Contest.” TR 32 (1976): 209–38.

ROSE, E.  “Virtutes apostolorum: Origin, Aim, and Use.”  TR 68 (2013): 57–96.

ROSENTHAL, J. T. “The Public Assembly in the Time of Louis the Pious.” TR 20 (1964): 25–40.

———. “The Education of the Early Capetians.” TR 25 (1969): 366–75.

———. “Bede’s Use of Miracles in ‘The Ecclesiastical History.’” TR 31 (1975): 328–35.

ROUSE, R. H., see Livesey, S. J.

RUELLO, F. “Le Commentaire inédit de saint Albert le Grand sur les Noms Divins.” TR 12 (1956): 231–314.

———. “Christian Wolff et la Scolastique.” TR 19 (1963): 411–26.

———. “Le Projet théologique de Jean de Ripa O.F.M. (XIVe Siècle).” TR 49 (1994): 127–70.

RUELLO, F., see Combes, A.

RUSH, A. C. “An Echo of Christian Antiquity in St. Gregory the Great: Death a Struggle with the Devil.” TR 3 (1945): 369–79.

RUSSELL, J. C. “The Clerical Population of Medieval England.” TR 2 (1944): 177–212.

———. “The Tribal Hidage.” TR 5 (1947): 193–210.

———. “The Problem of St. Patrick the Missionary.” TR 12 (1956): 393–97.

SAVAGE, J. J. “The Medieval Tradition of Cerberus.” TR 7 (1949-51): 405–9.

———. “Virgilian Echoes in the ‘Dies irae.’” TR 13 (1957): 443–51.

SAWICKI, J. T. “Supplementum ad Bibliographiam Synodorum Particularium.” TR 24 (1968): 508–11.

———. “Supplementum Secundum ad Bibliographiam XVIII synodorum particularium.” TR 26 (1979): 470–77.

SAYERS, J. “Canterbury Proctors at the Court of the Audiencia litterarum contradictarum.” TR 22 (1966): 311–46.

SCATTERGOOD, V. J. “Sir Gawain and the Green Knight and the Sins of the Flesh.” TR 37 (1981): 347–72.

SCHATKIN, M. “Cramer’s Catena on Galatians and Origen.” TR 26 (1970): 303–7.

SCHEIN, S. “Between Mount Moriah and the Holy Sepulchre: The Changing Traditions of the Temple Mount in the Central Middle Ages.” TR 40 (1984): 175–96.

SCHMID, T. “Canon Law in Manuscripts from Medieval Sweden.” TR 7 (1949–51): 444–49.

SCHMIEL, R. “The o[lbo", kovro", u{bri", a[th Sequence.” TR 45 (1989); 343–46.

SCHOLZ, B. W. “Edward the Confessor: ‘Anglorum decus.’” TR 18 (1962): 379–81.

———. “Sulcard of Westminster: ‘Prologus de construccione Westmonasterii.’” TR 20 (1964): 59–92.

———. “Eadmer’s Life of Bregwine, Archbishop of Canterbury, 761–764.” TR 22 (1966): 127–48.

SCHORK, R. J. “The Medical Motif in the Kontakia of Romanos the Melodist.” TR 16 (1960): 353–63.

SCHULZ, F. “Bracton as Computist.” TR 3 (1945): 265–306.

SCHWEITZER, E. C. “Pattern and Theme in Chrétien’s ‘Yvain.’” TR 30 (1974): 145–90.

SCOTT, F., and H. SHAPIRO.  “Walter Burley’s Commentary on Aristotle’s ‘De Motu Animalium.’” TR 25 (1969): 171–90.

SEGRE, A. “Studies in Byzantine Economy: Iugatio and Capitatio.” TR 3 (1945): 101–28.

———. “The Byzantine Colonate.” TR 5 (1947): 103–34.

SELMER, C. “The Irish St. Brendan Legend in Lower Germany and on the Baltic Coast.” TR 4 (1946): 408–13.

———. “The Origin of Brandenburg (Prussia), the St. Brendan Legend and the Scoti of the Tenth Century.” TR 7 (1949–51): 416–32.

———. “The Lisbon ‘Vita sancti Brendani abbatis’: A Hitherto Unknown Navigatio-Text and Translation from Old French into Latin.” TR 13 (1957): 313–44.

SHAPIRO, H. “Walter Burley and Text 71.” TR 16 (1960): 395–404.

SHAPIRO, H., see Scott, F.

SHARPE, W. D. “A Suggested Emendation of Isidore of Seville, ‘Etymologiae’ 4.8.9.” TR 14 (1958); 377–78.

SHAW, B. D. “Ritual Brotherhood in Roman and Post-Roman Societies.” TR 52 (1997) 327–55.

SHAW, G. “Theurgy: Rituals of Unification in the Neoplatonism of Iamblichus.” TR 41 (1985): 1–28.

SHAW, J. “Corporeal and Spiritual Homicide, the Sin of Wrath, and the Parson’s Tale.” TR 38 (1982): 281–300.

SHEERIN, D. J. “Celeuma in Christian Latin: Lexical and Literary Notes.” TR 38 (1982); 45–74.

SHEPARD, J. “The English and Byzantium: A Study of Their Role in the Byzantine Army in the Later Eleventh Century.” TR 29 (1973); 53–92.

SHERWOOD, P. “Survey of Recent Work on St. Maximus the Confessor.” TR 20 (1964): 428–36.

SHUGER, D. K. “The Grand Style and the ‘genera dicendi’ in Ancient Rhetoric.” TR 40 (1984): 1–42.

SIEBEN, H.-J. “Die früh- und hochmittelalterliche Konzilsidee im Kontekt des ‘Filioque’-Kontroverse.” TR 35 (1979): 173–208.

SILVESTRE, H. “Dix plaidoiries inédites du XIIe siècle.” TR 10 (1954): 373–98.

SIMPSON, D. “The Proverbia Grecorum.” TR 43 (1987): 1–22.

SIMPSON, J. “The Information of Alan of Lille’s ‘Anticlaudianus’: A Preposterous Interpretation.” TR 47 (1992): 113–60.

SINNIGEN, W. G. “Administrative Shifts of Competence under Theodoric.” TR 21 (1965): 456–68.

SKEHAN, P. W. “The Text and Structure of the Book of Wisdom.” TR 3 (1945): 1–12.

SKEMER, D. C. “The Library of the Augustinian Priory of S. Stefano di Prato, ca. 1300.” TR 53 (1998): 131–48.

———. “Armis Gunfe: Remembering Egyptian Days.” TR 65 (2010): 75–106.

SMARR, J. L. “Boccaccio and the Stars: Astrology in the ‘Teseida.’” TR 35 (1979): 303–32.

SMETANA, C. L. “Aelfric and the Early Medieval Homiliary.” TR 15 (1959): 163–204.

———. “Aelfric and the Homiliary of Haymo of Halberstadt.” TR 17 (1961): 457–68.

SMOTHERS, E. R. “Kalov" in Acclamation.” TR 5 (1947): 1–58.

SNOWDEN, F. M. “Some Greek and Roman Observations on the Ethiopian.” TR 16 (1960): 19–38.

SOLER, A. “Ramon Llull and Pierre de Limoges.” TR 48 (1993): 93–105.

SOMERVILLE, R. “The Council of Beauvais, 1114.” TR 24 (1968): 493–503.

SPEER, A. “The Discovery of Nature: The Contribution of the Chartrians to Twelfth-Century Attempts to Found a Scientia naturalis.” TR 52 (1997): 135–51.

SPITZER, L. “Classical and Christian Ideas of World Harmony: Prolegomena to an Interpretation of the Word ‘Stimmung.’” TR 2 (1944): 409–64; TR 3 (1945): 307–64.

———. “Note on the Poetic and Empirical ‘I’ in Medieval Authors.” TR 4 (1946): 414–22.

———. “An Emendation Proposed for the Text of the ‘Pistola’ of Cerveri de Girona.” TR 7 (1949–51): 464–65.

ST-JACQUES, R. “The Liturgical Associations of Langland’s Samaritan.” TR 25 (1969): 217–30.

STABLEIN, P. H., see Paden, W. D.

STALEY, L. “Susanna and English Communities.” TR 62 (2007): 25–58.

STEIGERWALD, G.  “Die antike Purpurfärberei nach dem Bericht Plinius’ des Älteren in seiner Naturalis historia.” TR 42 (1986): 1–58.

STEIN, E. “Introduction à l’histoire et aux institutions byzantines.” TR 7 (1949–51): 95–168.

STEIN, R. M. “Signs and Things: The Vita Heinrici IV. Imperatoris and the Crisis of Interpretation in Twelfth-Century France.” TR 43 (1987): 105–20.

STEPHANY, W. A. “Pier della Vigna’s Self-Fulfilling Prophecies: The ‘Eulogy’ of Frederick II and Inferno XIII.” TR 38 (1982): 193–212.

STEPHENS, W. E. “De historia gigantum: Theological Anthropology before Rabelais.” TR 40 (1984): 43–90.

STEVENS, S. T. “The Circle of Bishop Fulgentius.” TR 38 (1982): 327–40.

STEVENS, H. J. “Lorenzo Valla and Isidore of Seville.” TR 31 (1975): 343–48.

STICKLER, A. M. “Concerning the Political Theories of the Medieval Canonists.” TR 7 (1949–51): 450–63.

———. “Decretistica germanica adaucta.” TR 12 (1956): 593–604.

———. “Iter Helveticum.” TR 14 (1958): 462–83.

STILLINGER, T. C. “The Language of Gardens: Boccaccio’s Valle delle Donne.” TR 39 (1983): 301–22.

STOCK, B. “A Note on Thebaid Commentaries: Paris, BN lat. 3012.” TR 27 (1971): 468–70.

STONE, M. W. F. “Adrian of Utrecht and the University of Louvain: Theology and the Discission of Moral Problems in the Late Fifteenth Century.” TR 61 (2006): 247–87.*

STRITTMATTER, A. “Missa Grecorum, Missa Sancti Iohannis Crisostomi: The Oldest Latin Version Known of the Byzantine Liturgies of St. Basil and St. John Chrysostom.” TR 1 (1943): 79–138.

———. “The Monastic Blessing of the Weekly Reader in Missal W.11 of the Walters Art Gallery.” TR 3 (1945): 392–93.

———. “An Unknown ‘Apology’ in Morgan Manuscript 641.” TR 4(1946): 179–96.

———. “Notes on a Eleventh-Century Missal: Walters Manuscript 11.” TR 6 (1948): 328–39.

———. “Notes on the Byzantine Synapte.” TR 10 (1954): 51–108.

———. “!Hnustai kaiV tetevlestai: An Echo from Traditio I.” TR 11 (1955): 395–99.

———. “Liturgical Manuscripts Preserved in Hungarian Libraries: A Survey of Sacramentaries, Missals and Lectionaries.” TR 19 (1963): 487–508.

———. “A Corpus Consuetudinum Monasticarum (CCM): I–V.” TR 25 (1969): 431–56.

STRITTMATTER, A., see Von Simson, O. G.

STUTZ, D. D.  “Papal Legates against the Albigensians: The Debts of the Church of Valence (1215–1250)”  TR 68 (2013): 259–76.

SUTHERLAND, J. N. “The Mission to Constantinople in 968 and Liudprand of Cremona.” TR 31 (1975): 55–82.

SVENSSON, M. “¿Adiaphora en San Agustín?” TR 65 (2010): 31–46.

SZARMACH, P. E. “Caesarius of Arles and the Vercelli Homilies.” TR 26 (1970): 315–23.

SZÖVERFFY, J. “The Legends of St. Peter in Medieval Latin Hymns.” TR 10 (1954): 275–322.

———. “‘Peccatrix quondam femina’: A Survey of the Mary Magdalen Hymns.” TR 19 (1963): 79–146.

———. “‘Crux fidelis ...’: Prolegomena to a History of the Holy Cross Hymns.” TR 22 (1966): 1–42.

———. “Hymnological Notes.” TR 25 (1969): 457–71.

———. “An Echo of the Servius Commentary in a Christmas Song around 1400.” TR 27 (1971): 491–94.

TACHAU, K. H. “Looking Gravely at Dominican Puns: The ‘Sermons’ of Robert Holcot and Ralph Friseby.” TR 46 (1991): 337–45.

TALBOT, C. H. “A List of Cistercian Manuscripts in Great Britain.” TR 8 (1952): 402–17.

TARKOW, T. A. “Achilles and the Ghost of Aeschylus in Aristophanes’ Frogs.” TR 38 (1982): 1–16.

TAVORMINA, M. T. “Mathematical Conjectures in a Middle English Prose Treatise: Perfect Numbers in Dives and Pauper.” TR 49 (1994): 271–86.

TAVUZZI, M. “Valentino da Camerino, O.P. (1438–1515): Teacher and Critic of Cajetan.” TR 49 (1994): 287–316.

TAYLOR, P. B., with S. BORDIER. “Chaucer and the Latin Muses.” TR 47 (1992): 215–32.

TENTLER, T. N. “The Meaning of Prudence in Bodin.” TR 15 (1959): 365–84.

TESKE, R. J. “‘Vocans temporales, faciens aeternos’: St. Augustine on Liberation from Time.” TR 41 (1985): 29–48.

———. “William of Auvergne and the Manichees.” TR 48 (1993): 63–75.

———. “William of Auvergne and Plato’s World of Ideas.” TR 53 (1998): 117–30.

———. “William of Auvergne on the Individuation of Human Souls.” TR 49 (1994): 77–93.

———. “William of Auvergne on Time and Eternity.” TR 55 (2000): 125–41.

———. “Distinctions in the Metaphysics of Henry of Ghent.” TR 61 (2006): 227–45.

———.  “Henry of Ghent on Anselm’s Proslogion Argument.”  TR 64 (2009): 213–228.

THEISEN, W. “Witelo’s Recension of Euclid’s ‘De visu.’” TR 33 (1977): 394–401.

THIBODEAU, T. “The Doctrine of Transubstantiation in Durand’s Rationale.” TR 51 (1996) 308–17.

THIJSSEN, J. M. M. H. “John Buridan and Nicholas of Autrecourt on Causality and Induction.” TR 43 (1987): 237–56.

THOMSON, I. “Two Unpublished Items from Toledo MS 100.42.” TR 25 (1969): 411–16.

THORNDIKE, L. “Unde versus.” TR 11 (1955): 163–94.

TIERNEY, B. “Two Anglo-Norman Summae.” TR 15 (1959): 483–90.

TIPTON, C. L. “The 1330 Chapter General of the Knights Hospitallers at Montpellier.” TR 24 (1968): 293–308.

TKACZ, C. “Christian Formulas in Old English Literature.” TR 48 (1993): 31–61.

TOEWS, J. B. “The View of Empire in Aeneas Sylvius Piccolomini.” TR 24 (1968): 471–88.

TOPPING, E. C. “A Byzantine Song for Simeon: The Fourth Kontakion of St. Romanos.” TR 24 (1968): 409–19.

TOUMANOFF, C. “Medieval Georgian Historical Literature (VIth–XVth Centuries).” TR 1 (1943): 139–82.

———. “The Oldest Manuscript on the Georgian Annals: The Queen Anne Codex (QA), 1479–1495.” TR 5 (1947): 340–44.

———. “The Fifteenth-Century Bagratids and the Institution of Collegial Sovereignty in Georgia.” TR 7 (1949–51): 169–222.

———. “Christian Caucasia between Byzantium and Iran: New Light from Old Sources.” TR 10 (1954): 109–90.

———. “Caucasia and Byzantine Studies.” TR 12 (1956): 409–25.

———. “Introduction to Christian Caucasian History.” TR 15 (1959): 1-106 (The Formative Centuries, IV–VIIIth); TR 17 (1961): 1–106 (States and Dynasties of the Formative Period).

———. “Chronology of the Early Kings of Iberia.” TR 25 (1969): 1–34.

———. “Caucasia and Byzantium.” TR 27 (1971): 111–58.

TOWSLEY, G., see Herzman, R.

TRACY, L. “The Middle English Life of Saint Dorothy in Trinity College, Dublin MS 319: Origins, Parallels, and Its Relationship to Osbern Bokenham’s legendys of Hooly Wummen. TR 62 (2007): 259–84.

TREXLER, R. C. “The Bishop’s Portion: Generic Pious Legacies in the Late Middle Ages.” TR 28 (1972): 397–450.

TRIMPI, W. “The Ancient Hypothesis of Fiction: An Essay on the Origins of Literary Theory.” TR 27 (1971): 1–78.

———. “The Quality of Fiction: The Rhetorical Transmission of Literary Theory.” TR 30 (1974): 1–118.

———. “Horace’s Ut pictura poesis: The Argument for Stylistic Decorum.” TR 34 (1978): 29–74.

———. “The Early Metaphorical Uses of skiagrafiva and skhnografiva.” TR 34 (1978): 403–13.

TRIOLO, A. A. “‘Matta Bestialità’ in Dante’s ‘Inferno’: Theory and Image.” TR 24 (1968): 247–92.

TUBACH, F. C. “Exempla in the Decline.” TR 18 (1962): 407–16.

TUBAU, X. “Los sentidos internos en la prosa medieval castellana (a propósito de Alfonso el Sabio y Juan de Mena).” TR 62 (2007): 285–315. 

TUNBERG, T. O. “What Is Boncompagno’s Newest Rhetoric?” TR 42 (1986): 299–334.

TUPLIN, C. J., see Cross, J. E.

TURVILLE-PETRE, J. “Translations of a Lost Penitential Homily.” TR 19 (1963): 51–78.

TURYN, A. “The Manuscripts of Sophocles.” TR 2 (1944): 1–42.

UNGURU, S., see Fisher, N. W.

URVOY, D. “Les Musulmans et l’usage de la langue arabe par les missionnaires chrétiens au moyen-âge.” TR 34 (1978): 416–26.

———. “La pensée religieuse des Mozarabes face à l’Islam.” TR 39 (1983): 419–31.

———. “L’influence des communautés dans l’histoire de la pensée de l’Espagne musulmane: L’exemple des milieux hispanique et berbère.” TR 50 (1995): 325–34.

UTHEMANN, K.-H. “Des Patriarchen Anastasius I von Antiochien Jerusalemer Streitgespräch mit einem Tritheiten (CPG 6958).” TR 37 (1981): 73–108.

VAN BALBERGHE, E. “Un nouveau manuscrit du ‘De ordinationibus’ d’Auxilius.” TR 26 (1970); 447–48.

VAN DER LUGT, M. “‘Abominable Mixtures’: The Liber vaccae in the Medieval West, or The Dangers and Attractions of Natural Magic.”  TR 64 (2009): 229–77.

VANDERPUTTEN, S., AND B. MEIJNS. “Realities of Reformist Leadership in Early Eleventh-Century Flanders: The Case of Leduin, Abbot of Saint-Vaast.” TR 65 (2010): 47–74.

 VAN DE WOUW, H. “On a Distich Ascribed to Adam of St. Victor.” TR 25 (1969): 515–16.

VAN ENGEN, J. “Christening the Romans.” TR 52 (1997) 1–45.

VASILIEV, A. “Life of David of Thessalonica.” TR 4 (1946): 115–48.

———. “The ‘Life’ of St. Peter of Argos and Its Historical Significance.” TR 5 (1947): 163–92.

VAUGHAN, M. F. “The Prophets of the Anglo-Norman Adam.” TR 39 (1983): 81–114.

VETULANI, A. “Deux intéressants manuscrits de la ‘Compilatio prima.’” TR 12 (1956): 605–10.

VETULANI, A., and S. KUTTNER. “Un fragment d’une collection systématique de décrétales antérieure à la ‘Compilatio prima.’” TR 16 (1960): 534–40.

VICKREY, J. F. “‘Exodus’ and the Battle in the Sea.” TR 28 (1972); 119–40.

———. “‘Exodus’ and the ‘Herba Humilis.’” TR 31 (1975): 25–54.

VICTOR, J. M. “Charles de Bovelles and Nicholas de Pax: Two Sixteenth-Century Biographers of Ramon Lull.” TR 32 (1976): 313–46.

VIGNAUX, P., see Combes, A.

VILAIN, N. “Prescription et bonne foi du Décret de Gratien (1140) à Jean André (+ 1348).” TR 14 (1958): 121–90.

VON IVANKA, E. “Das ‘Corpus areopagiticum’ bei Gerhard von Csanád (+ 1046).” TR 15 (1959): 205–22.

VON PERGER, M. “Walter Burley, Quid sit subiectum scientiae naturalis: Eine Edition von Quaestiones super Librum physicorum, q. 2, und von Expositio vetus cum quaestionibus super Librum physicorum, q. 1.1.” TR 62 (2007): 59–81.

———. “Walter Burley über das Vorwissen des Schluβwissens: Eine provisorische Edition von Prolog und Kap. 1 der Expositio super librum Posteriorum.” TR 57 (2002): 239–88.

VON SIMSON, O. G., and A. STRITTMATTER. “A Tribute to Albert Friend.” TR 14 (1958): 422–56.

WACK, M. F. “Wolfram’s Dawn Song ‘Sîne klâwen.’” TR 40 (1984): 235–50.

———. “Gerard of Solo’s Determinatio de Amore Hereos.” TR 45 (1989): 147–66.

WALDMAN, T. G. “Abbot Suger and the Nuns of Argenteuil.” TR 41 (1985): 239–72.

WALLACH, L. “Charlemagne and Alcuin: Diplomatic Studies in Carolingian Epistolography.” TR 9 (1953): 127–54.

———. “The Genuine and the Forged Oath of Pope Leo III.” TR 11 (1955): 37–64.

———. “Berthold of Zwiefalten’s Chronicle: Reconstructed and Edited with an Introduction and Notes.” TR 13 (1957): 153–248.

———. “The Greek and Latin Versions of II Nicaea and the Synodica of Hadrian I (JE 2448).” TR 22 (1966): 103–26.

WALSH, K. “Archbishop FitzRalph and the Friars at the Papal Court in Avignon, 1357–1360.” TR 31 (1975): 223–46.

WALSH, M. M. “The Baptismal Flood in the Old English ‘Andreas’: Liturgical and Typological Depths.” TR 33 (1977): 137–58.

WANDER, S. H. “The Westminster Abbey Sanctuary Pavement.” TR 34 (1978): 137–56.

WASNER, F. “Fifteenth-Century Texts on the Ceremonial of the Papal ‘Legatus a latere.’” TR 14 (1958): 295–358.

———. “‘Legatus a latere’: Addenda varia.” TR 16 (1960): 405–15.

WATT, J. A. “The Theory of Papal Monarchy in the Thirteenth Century: The Contribution of the Canonists.” TR 20 (1964); 179–318.

WEI, I. P. “Guy de l’Aumone’s Summa de diversis questionibus theologie.” TR 44 (1988): 275–324.

WEI, J. “Gratian and the School of Laon.”  TR 64 (2009): 279–322.

WEIGAND, R. “Mitteilungen aus Handschriften.” TR 16 (1960): 556–63.

———. “Neue Mitteilungen aus Handschriften.” TR 21 (1965): 480–91.

———. “Quaestionen aus der Schule des Rolandus und Metellus.” TR 25 (1969): 517–18.

———. “Glossenapparat zur ‘Compilatio prima’ aus der Schule des Petrus Brito.” TR 26 (1970): 449–56.

WEILL-PAROT, N. “Astrology, Astral Influences, and Occult Properties in the Thirteenth and Fourteenth Centuries.” TR 65 (2010): 201–30.

WEISS, M. “Mithras, der Nacthimmel: Eine Dekodierung der römischen Mithras-kultbilder mit Hilfe des Awesta.” TR 53 (1998): 1–36.

WEMPLE, S. F. “The Canonical Resources of Atto of Vereelli (924–961).” TR 26 (1970): 335–50.

WENZEL, S. “Acedia 700–1200.” TR 22 (1966): 73–102.

———. “Robert Lychlade’s Oxford Sermon of 1395.” TR 53 (1998): 203–30.

———. “The Source of the ‘Remedia’ of the Parson’s Tale.” TR 27 (1971): 433–54.

———. “The Source of Chaucer’s Seven Deadly Sins.” TR 30 (1974): 351–78.

———. “A Sermon in Praise of Philosophy.” TR 50 (1995): 249–59.

WERNER, S. “The Scholia to Lucan in Beinecke MS 673.” TR 45 (1989): 347–64.

WESTERINK, L. G. “Ficino’s Marginal Notes on Olympiodorus in Riccardi Greek MS 37.” TR 24 (1968): 351–78.

WETHERBEE, W. “The Function of Poetry in the ‘De Planctu Naturae’ of Alain de Lille.” TR 25 (1969): 87–126.

WHALEN, B. “Rethinking the Schism of 1054: Authority, Heresy, and the Latin Rite.” TR 62 (2007): 1–24.

WHATLEY, G. “The Figure of Constantine the Great in Cynewulf’s Elene.” TR 37 (1981): 161–202.

WHITE, S. D. “Feuding and Peace-Making in the Touraine around the Year 1100.” TR 42 (1986): 195–264.

———. “Inheritances and Legal Arguments in Western France, 1050–1150.” TR 43 (1987): 55–104.

WIERUSZOWSKI, H. “King Arthur’s Round Table: An Academic Club in Thirteenth-Century Tuscany.” TR 2 (1944): 502–6.

———. “Arezzo as a Center of Learning and Letters in the Thirteenth Century.” TR 9 (1953): 321–92.

———. “Deux documents concernant Azo de’ Lambertazzi.” TR 15 (1959): 497–98.

———. “A Twelfth-Century ‘Ars dictaminis’ in the Barberini Collection of the Vatican Library.” TR 18 (1962): 382–92.

WILLIAMS, J. R. “The Cathedral School of Reims in the Time of Master Alberic, 1118–1136.” TR 20 (1964): 93–114.

WILLIAMS, P. A. “The Assassination of Conrad of Montferrat: Another Suspect?” TR 26 (1970): 381–88.

WILLIAMS, S. “The Oldest Text of the ‘Constitutum Constantini.’” TR 20 (1964): 448–61.

WILSON, W. J. “Manuscript Cataloging.” TR 12 (1956): 457–556.

WIMSATT, J. I. “Beatrice as a Figure for Mary.” TR 33 (1977): 402–14.

WIPPEL, J. F. “Godfrey of Fontaines and the Real Distinction between Essence and Existence.” TR 20 (1964): 385–410.

WITT, R. G. “Coluccio Salutati, Chancellor and Citizen of Lucca (1370–1372).” TR 25 (1969): 191–216.

WITTIG, J. S. “‘Homiletic Fragment II’ and the Epistle to the Ephesians.” TR 25 (1969): 358–62.

———. “‘Piers Plowman’ B, Passus IX–XII: Elementa in the Design of the Inward Journey.” TR 28 (1972): 211–80.

WOLFF, H. J. “Marriage, Law and Family Organization in Ancient Athens: A Study in the Interrelation of Public and Private Law in the Greek City.” TR 2 (1944): 43–96.

———. “The Origin of Judicial Litigation among the Greeks.” TR 4 (1946): 31–88.

———. “Roman Law as Part of Ancient Civilization: Reflections on Leopold Wenger’s Last Work.” TR 11 (1955): 381–94.

WOLFF, R. L. “The Latin Empire of Constantinople and the Franciscans.” TR 2 (1944): 213–38.

———. “The Organization of the Latin Patriarchate of Constantinople, 1204–1261: Social and Administrative Consequences of the Latin Conquest.” TR 6 (1948): 33–60.

———. “Footnote to an Incident of the Latin Occupation of Constantinople: The Church and the Icon of the Hodegetria.” TR 6 (1948): 319–27.

WOOD, C. “Chaucer’s Man of Law as Interpreter.” TR 23 (1967): 149–90.

WOOD, C. T. “Regnum Franciae: A Problem in Capetian Administrative Usage.” TR 23 (1967): 117–48.

———. “The Deposition of Edward V.” TR 31 (1975): 247–86.

WOOD, R. “Adam Wodeham on Sensory Illusions with an Edition of Lectura Secunda, Prologus, Quaestio 3.” TR 38 (1982): 213–22.

———. “Walter Burley on Motion in a Vacuum.” TR 45 (1989): 191–218.

WOOLSEY, R. B. “Bernard Silvester and the Hermetic Asclepius.” TR 6 (1948): 340–44.

WRIGHT, C. D. “The Three Temptations and the Seven Gifts of the Holy Spirit in Guthlac A,160b–169.” TR 38 (1982): 341–43.

WRIGHT, D. H. “Some Notes on English Uncial.” TR 17 (1961): 441–56.

YATES, D. N. “Carmina Runensia: Twelfth-Century Verses from the Cistercian Monastery of Rein.” TR 40 (1984): 318–27.

ZACOUR, N. P. “A Note on the Papal Election of 1352: The Candidacy of Jean Birel.” TR 13 (1957): 456–62.

———. “Stephanus Hugoneti and his ‘Apparatus’ on the Clementines.” TR 17 (1961): 527–30.

ZALE, S., see Brown, E. A. R.

ZANONI, M.-L. “‘Ceo Testimoine Preciens’: Priscoam and the Prologue to the Lais of Narie of France.” TR 36 (1980): 407–14.

ZEDLER, B. H. “St. Thomas and Avicenna in the ‘De potentia Dei.’” TR 6 (1948): 105–60.

ZEMA, D. B.  “The Houses of Tuscany and of Pierleone in the Crisis of Rome in the Eleventh Century.” TR 2 (1944): 155–76.

ZINI, F. M. “Le jugement suspendu: la calomnie à Florence.” TR 53 (1998): 231–49.

ZINN, G. A. “Hugh of St. Victor’s De scripturis et scriptoribus sacris as an Accessus Treatise for the Study of the Bible.” TR 52 (1997): 111–34.

ZUCKERMAN, C., see Morrone, J.



* The article by M. W. F. Stone, entitled “Adrian of Utrecht and the University of Louvain: Theology and the Discussion of Moral Problems in the Late Fifteenth Century,” published in Traditio 61 (2006), 247–87, has been reported as containing plagiarized material.

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