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Index of Articles by Subject

Artistic and Liturgical History

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

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.

MICHELS, T.  “The Synodal Letter of Rimini and the Roman Canon Missae.”  TR 2 (1944): 486–90.

MILLER, L. F.  “Missal W.11 of the Walters Art Gallery in Baltimore.”  TR 2 (1944): 123–54.

STRITTMATTER, A.  “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 an Eleventh-Century Missal: Walters Manuscript 11.”  TR 6 (1948): 328–39.

HESBERT, R. J.  “La prose ‘Gloria sanctorum.’”  TR 7 (1949–51): 466–70.

NORTH, H.  “The Use of Poetry in the Training of the Ancient Orator.”  TR 8 (1952): 1–34.

BULATKIN, E. W.  ‘The Spanish Word ‘matiz’: Its Origin and Semantic Evolution in the Technical Vocabulary of Medieval Painters.”  TR 10 (1954): 459–528.

STRITTMATTER, A.  áHnustai kaiÆ tetevlestai: An Echo from Traditio I.”  TR 11 (1955): 395–99.

ASHWORTH, H.  “Gregorian Elements in Some Early Gallican Service Books.”  TR 13 (1957): 431–42.

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

ASHWORTH, H.  “The Liturgical Prayers of St. Gregory the Great.”  TR 15 (1959): 107–62.

EIZENHÖFER, L.  “Missale Bugellense (Codex Lowe): Ein Votiv-Vollmissale des XIV./XV. Jahrhunderts aus Biella in Oberitalien.”  TR 17 (1961): 371–426.

BENTON, J. F.  “Nicholas of Clairvaux and the Twelfth-Century Sequence, with Special Reference to Adam of St. Victor.”  TR 18 (1962): 149–80.

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

BEVENOT, M.  “St. Cyprian and Moissac: A Thirteenth-Century Sequence.”  TR 19 (1963): 147–66.

FRIEDMAN, J. B.  “Syncretism and Allegory in the Jerusalem Orpheus Mosaic.”  TR 23 (1967): 1–14.

KASKE, R. E.  “Some Newly Discovered Wall Paintings at Madley, Heresfordshire.”  TR 24 (1968): 464–70.

COLISH, M. L.  “Peter of Bruys, Henry of Lausanne, and the Facade of St.-Gilles.”  TR 28 (1972): 451–59.

BRÜCKMANN, J.  “Latin Manuscript Pontificals and Benedictionals in England and Wales.”  TR 29 (1973): 391–99.

FRIEDMAN, J. B.  “The Architect’s Compass in the Creation Miniatures of the Later Middle Ages.”  TR 30 (1974): 419–28.

HUGHES, A.  “Medieval Liturgical Books at Arouca, Braga, Evora, Lisbon, and Porto: Some Provisional Inventories.”  TR 31 (1975): 369–84.

KASKE, R. E.  “A Dagger in Relief on Stonehenge?”  TR 31 (1975): 315–16.

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

LILLICH, M.  “The Consecration of 1254: Heraldry and History in the Windows of Le Mans Cathedral.”  TR 38 (1982): 344–51.

HUGHES, A.  “Medieval Liturgical Books in Twenty-Three Spanish Libraries: Provisional Inventories.”  TR 38 (1982): 365–71.

BALDWIN, S.  “On the Meaning of the Term ‘Liber commicus.’”  TR 39 (1983): 439–43.

CASAGRANDE, G., and C. KLEINHENZ.  “Literary and Philosophical Perspectives on the Wheel of the Five Senses in Longthorpe Tower.”  TR 41 (1985): 311–28.

HEFFERNAN, T. J.  “The Authorship of the Northern Homily Cycle: The Liturgical Affiliation of the Sunday Gospel Pericopes as a Test.”  TR 41 (1985): 289–310.

KASKE, R. E.  “Amnon and Thamar on a Misericord in Hereford Cathedral.”  TR 45 (1989): 1–6.

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.

AMBROSE, K.  “A Visual Pun at Vézelay: Gesture and Meaning on a Capital Representing the Fall of Man.”  TR 55 (2000): 105–23.

BOYNTON, S. “A Lost Mozarabic Liturgical Manuscript Rediscovered: New York, Hispanic Society of America, B2916, Olim Toledo, Biblioteca Capitular, 33.2.”  TR 57 (2002): 189–215.

ESTÉVEZ SOLA, JUAN A.  “Fuentes Menores del Chronicon Mundi de Lucas de Tuy y un Apéndice de Pedro Comestor.”  TR 61 (2006): 167–93.

BOYNTON, S.  “A Monastic Death Ritual from the Imperial Abbey of Farfa.”  TR 64 (2009): 57–84.

JOHNSON, H. "The Divine Dinner Party: Domestic Imagery and Easter Preaching in Late Medieval England." TR 67 (2012): 385–415.

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