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Index of Articles by Subject

Medieval Scriptural Exegesis


AFFELDT, W.  “Verzeichnis der Römerbriefkommentare der lateinischen Kirche bis zu Nikolaus von Lyra.”  TR 13 (1957): 369–406.

McNALLY, R. E.  “Two Hiberno-Latin Texts on the Gospels.”  TR 15 (1959): 387–400.

HURLEY, M.  “‘Scriptura sola’: Wyclif and his Critics.”  TR 16 (1960): 275–352.

ASHWORTH, H.  “Further Parallels to the ‘Hadrianum’ from St. Gregory the Great’s Commentary on the First Book of Kings.”  TR 16 (1960): 364–72.

McNALLY, R. E.  “The Pseudo-Isidorian ‘De vetere et novo testamento quaestiones.’”  TR 19 (1963): 37–50.

SCHATKIN, M.  “Cramer’s Catena on Galatians and Origen.”  TR 26 (1970): 303–07.

GOSSELIN, E. A.  “A Listing of the Printed Editions of Nicholaus de Lyra.”  TR 26 (1970): 399–426.

MATTER, E. A.  “The Pseudo-Alcuinian ‘De septem sigillis’: An Early Latin Apocalypse Exegesis.”  TR 36 (1980): 111–38.

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

MATTER, E. A.  “The Lamentations Commentaries of Hrabanus Maurus and Paschasius Radbertus.”  TR 38 (1982): 137–64.

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

LYNCH, K. M.  “The Venerable Bede’s Knowledge of Greek.”  TR 39 (1983): 432–38.

ROBERTS, M.  “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.

EMMERSON, R. K., and S. LEWIS.  “Census and Bibliography of Medieval Manuscripts Containing Apocalypsis Illustrations, ca. 800–1500.”  TR 40 (1984): 337–79; TR 41 (1985): 367–409; TR 42 (1986): 443–72.

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.

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

DUCLOW, D. F.  “Meister Eckhart on the Book of Wisdom: Commentary and Sermons.”  TR 43 (1987): 215–36.

CURSCHMANN, M.  “Imagined Exegesis: Text and Picture in the Exegetical Works of Rupert of Deutz, Honorius Augustodunensis, and Gerhoch of Reichersberg.”  TR 44 (1988): 145–69.

FRIEDMAN, J. B.  “Bald Jonah and the Exegesis of 4 Kings 2.23.”  TR 44 (1988): 125–44.

HALL, T. N.  “The Reversal of the Jordan in Vercelli Homily 16 and in Old English Literature.”  TR 45 (1989): 53–86.

KELLY, J. F.  “A Catalogue of Early Medieval Hiberno-Latin Biblical Commentaries.”  TR 44 (1988): 537–71; TR 45 (1989): 393–434.

HARGREAVES, H.  “The Wycliffite Glossed Gospels as Source: Further Evidence.”  TR 48 (1993): 247–51.

MEYVAERT, P.  “Uncovering a Lost Work of Gregory the Great: Fragments of the Early Commentary on Job.”  TR 50 (1995): 55–74.

EMMERSON, R. K.  “The Apocalypse Cycle in the Bedford Hours.”  TR 50 (1995): 173–98.

ZINN, G. A., Jr.  “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.

GOODWIN, D. L. “Herbert of Bosham and the Horizons of Twelfth-Century Exegesis.” TR 58 (2003): 133–74.

COOLMAN, B. T. “Pulchrum esse: The Beauty of Scripture, the Beauty of the Soul, and the Art of Exegesis in Hugh of St. Victor.” TR 58 (2003): 175–200.


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