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History of the Medieval Papacy


ADELSON, H., and R. BAKER. “The Oath of Purgation of Pope Leo III in 800.” TR 8 (1952): 35–80.

BLOCH, H. “The Schism of Anacletus II and the Glanfeuil Forgeries of Peter the Deacon.” TR 8 (1952): 159–264.

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

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

DUNNING, P. J. “The Letters of Innocent III to Ireland.” TR 18 (1962): 229–54.

BRUCKER, G. “An Unpublished Source on the Avignonese Papacy: The Letters of Francesco Bruni.” TR 19 (1963): 351–70.

MURRAY, A. “Pope Gregory VII and His Letters.” TR 22 (1966): 149–202.

KENNAN, E. “The ‘De Consideratione’ of St. Bernard of Clairvaux and the Papacy in the Mid-Twelfth Century: A Review of Scholarship.” TR 23 (1967): 73–116.

CLAXTON, J. H. “On the Name of Urban II.” TR 23 (1967): 489–94.

KENNAN, E. “Innocent III and the First Political Crusade.” TR 27 (1971): 231–50.

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

MESLER, K. “The Epistle of Merlin on the Popes: A New Source on the Late Medieval Notion of the Angel Pope.” TR 65 (2010): 107–76.



* 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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