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Traditio 72 (2017)

Joseph T. Lienhard, S.J. “Traditio: Seventy-Five Years.” TR 72 (2017): 1–7.

Barbara Newman. “New Seeds, New Harvests: Thirty Years of Tilling the Mystic Field.” TR 72 (2017): 9–20.

Nicolas De Maeyer and Anthony Dupont. “Patrum uestigia sequens: The Transmission and Reception of Augustine’s Exegesis of Eph. 3, 17–18 in the Venerable Bede’s Collectio ex opusculis sancti Augustini in epistulas Pauli apostoli.” TR 72 (2017): 21–59.

Charles D. Wright and Stephen Pelle. “The Alphabet of Words in the Durham Collectar: An Edition with Two New Manuscript Witnesses.” TR 72 (2017): 61–108.

Dennis Cronan. “Hroðgar and the gylden hilt in Beowulf.” TR 72 (2017): 109–32.

Thomas W. Smith. “Scribal Crusading: Three New Manuscript Witnesses to the Regional Rece­­­­­ption and Transmission of First Crusade Letters.” TR 72 (2017): 133–69.

Mark J. Clark. “Peter Lombard, Stephen Langton, and the School of Paris: The Making of the Twelfth-century Scholastic Biblical Tradition.” TR 72 (2017): 171–274.

Katherine E. C. Willis. “The Poetry of the Poetria Nova: The Nubes serena and Peregrinatio of Metaphor.” TR 72 (2017): 275–300.

Edward A. Reno III. “Ad agendam penitentiam perpetuam detrudatur: Monastic Incarceration of Adulterous Women in Thirteenth-century Canonical Jurisprudence.” TR 72 (2017): 301–40.

Ayelet Even-Ezra. “Visualizing Narrative Structure in the Medieval University: Divisio textus Revisited.” TR 72 (2017): 341–76.

Marie Schilling Grogan. “Baptisms by Blood, Fire, and Water: A Typological Rereading of the Passio S. Margaretae.” TR 72 (2017): 377–409.

Robert Lerner. “Alfonso Pecha’s Treatise on the Origins of the Great Schism: What an Insider ‘Saw and Heard.’” TR 72 (2017): 411–51.

Magda Hayton. “Hildegardian Prophecy and French Prophecy Collections, 1378–1455: A Study and Critical Edition of the ‘Schism Extracts.’” TR 72 (2017): 453–91.

Traditio 71 (2016)

Carlos Megino Rodriguez. “Topics of Aristotle’s Protrepticus in Augustine of Hippo: The Transmission of Cicero and the Context of Their Use.” TR 71 (2016): 1–31.

Colin Ireland. “Vernacular Poets in Bede and Muirchú: A Comparative Study of Early Insular Cultural Histories.” TR 71 (2016): 33–61.

Owen M. Phelan. “New Insights, Old Texts: Clerical Formation and the Carolingian Renewal in Hrabanus Maurus.” TR 71 (2016): 63–89.

Katie Bugyis. “The Development of the Consecration Rite for Abbesses and Abbots in Central Medieval England.” 0TR 71 (2016): 91–141.

Anna Minara Ciardi. “‘Per clerum et populum’? Reflections on Legal Terminology and Episcopal Appointments in Denmark, 1059–1225.” TR 71 (2016): 143–78.

Benjamin Williams. “Glossa ordinaria and Glossa Hebraica — Midrash in Rashi and the Gloss.” TR 71 (2016): 179–201.

Alexander Andrée. “Peter Comestor’s Lectures on the Glossa ‘ordinaria’ on the Gospel of John: The Bible and Theology in the Twelfth-century Classroom.” TR 71 (2016): 203–34.

John Eldevik. “Saints, Pagans, and the Wonders of the East: The Medieval Imaginary and Its Manuscript Contexts.” TR 71 (2016): 235–72.

Jochen Schenk. “Aspects and Problems of the Templars’ Religious Presence in Medieval Europe from the Twelfth to the Early Fourteenth Centuries.” TR 71 (2016): 273–302.

Jennifer Speed. “The Thirteenth-century Codification of the Fueros de Aragón.” TR 71 (2016): 303–31.

John C. Hirsh. “The Twenty-five Joys of Our Lady: An English Marian Rosary of the Fifteenth Century from Bodleian Library MS Don. d. 85.” TR 71 (2016): 333–42.

Traditio 70 (2015)

Gregory I. Halfond. “The Endorsement of Royal-Episcopal Collaboration in the Fredegar Chronica.” TR 70 (2015): 1–28.

Colin A. Ireland. “Where Was King Aldfrith of Northumbria Educated? An Exploration of Seventh-Century Insular Learning.” TR 70 (2015): 29–73.

William Sayers. “Mesocosms and the Organization of Interior Space in Early Ireland.” TR 70 (2015): 75–110.

Bryan Carella. “The Earliest Expression for Outlawry in Anglo-Saxon Law.” TR 70 (2015): 111–43.

Sergey Ivanov. “A Note on the Calendar of the Liber Floridus.” TR 70 (2015): 145–58.

Paul Antony Hayward. “The Cronica de Anglia in London, British Library, Cotton MS Vitellius C.VIII, fols. 6v–21v: Another Product of John of Worcester’s History Workshop.” TR 70 (2015): 159–236.

Chris Schabel. “The Myth of the White Monks’ ‘Mission to the Orthodox’: Innocent III, the Cistercians, and the Greeks.” TR 70 (2015): 237–61.

Jaume Mensa i Valls. “Arnau de Vilanova, el ‘Pequeño Cristo’: Significado y sentido del neologismo christinus en su obra espiritual.” TR 70 (0): 263–80.

Wolfgang P. Müller. “Yes and No: Late Medieval Dispensations from Canonical Bigamy in Theory and Practice.”& TR 70 (2015): 281–305.

John M. McManamon, SJ. “Res nauticae: Mediterranean Seafaring and Written Culture in the Renaissance.” TR 70 (2015): 307–67.

Amos Edelheit. “Poliziano and Philosophy: The Birth of the Modern Notion of the Humanities?” TR 70 (2015): 369–405.

Robert F. Duffy and Justin Reppert. “Publications: Fr. Charles H. Lohr, S.J., 1925–2015.” TR 70 (2015): 407–22.

Traditio 69 (2014)

Inhat, K. “Early Evidence for the Cult of Anne in Twelfth-Century England.” TR 69 (2014): 1–44.

Pohl, B.Abbas qui et scriptor? The Handwriting of Robert of Torigni and His Scribal Activity as Abbot of Mont-Saint-Michel (1154–1186).” TR 69 (2014): 45–86.

Kraebel, A. B. “Middle English Gospel Glosses and the Translation of Exegetical Authority.” TR 69 (2014): 87–124.

Wolf, K. “Somatic Semiotics: Emotion and the Human Face in the Sagas and þættir of Icelanders.” TR 69 (2014): 125–146.

Hays, G. “A Poem by Guarino on Leonello of Ferrara.” TR 69 (2014): 147–152.

Minnema, A. “Algazel Latinus: The Audience of the Summa theoricae philosophiae, 1150–1600” TR 69 (2014): 153–215.

Traditio 68 (2013)

Burgess, R. W. “The Date, Purpose, and Historical Context of the Original Greek and the Latin Translation of the So-called Excerpta Latina Barbari.” TR 68 (2013): 1–56.

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

Chiu, H., and D. Juste. “The De tonitruis Attributed to Bede: An Early Medieval Treatise on Divination by Thunder Translated from Irish.” TR 68 (2013): 97–124.

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

Forey, A. J. “Western Converts to Islam (Later Eleventh to Later Fifteenth Centuries).” TR 68 (2013): 153–231.

Black, W. “William of Auvergne on the Dangers of Paradise: Biblical Exegesis between Natural Philosophy and Anti-Islamic Polemic.” TR 68 (2013): 233–58.

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

Moureau, S.Elixir atque fermentum: New Investigations about the Link between Pseudo-Avicenna’s Alchemical De anima and Roger Bacon: Alchemical and Medical Doctrines.” TR 68 (2013): 277–325.

Febert, H. L. “The Poor Sisters of Söflingen: Religious Corporations as Property Litigants, 1310–1317.” TR 68 (2013): 327–433.

Traditio 67 (2012)

Donato, A. "Boethius's Consolation of Philosophy and the Greco-Roman Consolatory Tradition." TR 67 (2012): 1–42.

Shuler, E. "Caesarius of Arles and the Development of the Ecclesiastical Tithe: From a Theology of Almsgiving to Practical Obligations." TR 67 (2012): 43–70.

Ponesse, M. "Standing Distant from the Fathers: Smaragdus of Saint-Mihiel and the Reception of Early Medieval Learning." TR 67 (2012): 71–100.

Albertson, D. "Achard of St. Victor (d. 1171) and the Eclipse of the Arithmetic Model of the Trinity." TR 67 (2012): 101–44.

Jones, E. A. "Rites of Enclosure: The English Ordines for the Enclosing of Anchorites, S. XXII – S. XVI." TR 67 (2012): 145–234.

Obrist, B. "Twelfth-century Cosmography, the De secretis philosophie, and Masha'allah (Attr. to), Liber de Orbe." TR 67 (2012): 235–76.

Craun, E. D. "Aristotle's Biology and Pastoral Ethics: John of Wales's De lingua and British Pastoral Writing on the Tongue." TR 67 (2012): 277–304.

Gonzalez Manjarres, M. Á. "La rise en la fisiognomía antigua y medieval." TR 67 (2012): 305–40.

Mantello, F. A. C., and J. Goering. "Robert Grosseteste's Quoniam Cogitatio, A Treatise on Confession." TR 67 (2012): 341–84.

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

Traditio 66 (2011)

Santamaria Hernandez, M. T. "El capítulo De Vulture del Liber medicinae ex animalibus de Sexto Plácido: Relación con la zooterapia hermética y propuestas de enmienda al texto." TR 66 (2011): 1–26.

Pick, L. K. "Liturgical Renewal in Two Eleventh-Century Royal Spanish Prayerbooks." TR 66 (2011): 27–66.

Norton, M. L.,and A. J. Carr. "Liturgical Manuscripts, Liturgical Practice, and the Women of Klosterneuburg." TR 66 (2011): 67–170.

Yeager, S. "The South English Legendary 'Life of St. Egwine': An Edition." TR 66 (2011): 171–88.

Dzon, M. "Jesus and the Birds in Medieval Abrahamic Traditions." TR 66 (2011): 189–230.

Hobbins, D. "A Rediscovered Work of Jean Gerson on a Spiritual Classic: Admonitio super librum qui dicitur Clymachus de xxx gradibus perfectionis (ca. 1396–1400)." TR 66 (2011): 231–66.

Hernandez Lobato, J. "La recepción de Sidonio Apolinar en los albores del Humanismo: Petrarca y Salutati como intérpretes y transmisores de la cultura tardoantigua." TR 66 (2011): 267–306.

Traditio 65 (2010)

O’Loughlin, T. “Harmonizing the Truth: Eusebius and the Problem of the Four Gospels.” TR 65 (2010): 1–29.

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

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.

Skemer, D. C.Armis Gunfe: Remembering Egyptian Days.” TR 65 (2010): 75–106.

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.

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

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

Frazier, A. “A Layman’s Life of St. Augustine in Late Medieval Italy: Patronage and Polemic.” TR 65 (2010): 231–86.

Traditio 64 (2009)

Amt, E. “Ela Longespee’s Roll of Benefits: Piety and Reciprocity in the Thirteenth Century.” TR 64 (2009): 1–56.

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

Ferraces Rodriguez, A.Ad profluvia sanguinis remedia tria: Un texto sobre las propiedades hemostáticas y enmenagogas del moral y del puerro.” TR 64 (2009): 85–103.

Florio, R. “Discere-Docere: Tertuliano y Alcuino frente a la paideia oficial.” TR 64 (2009): 105–38.

Fredborg, K. M. “Petrus Helias’s Summa on Cicero’s De inventione.” TR 64 (2009): 139–82.

Gundacker, J. “Absolutions and Acts of Disobedience: Excommunication and Society in Fourteenth-Century Armagh.” TR 64 (2009): 183–212.

Teske, R. J. “Henry of Ghent on Anselm’s Proslogion Argument.” TR 64 (2009): 213–28.

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.

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

Traditio 63 (2008)

Kovacic, F. “Intensität der Elementarqualitäten nach Galen.” TR 63 (2008): 1–45.

Dempsey, G. T. “Aldhelm of Malmesbury and High Ecclesiasticism in a Barbarian Kingdom.” TR 63 (2008): 47–88.

Downey, S. “Too Much of Too Little: Guthlac and the Temptation of Excessive Fasting.” TR 63 (2008): 89–127.

Knibbs, E. “The Manuscript Evidence for the De octo quaestionibus Ascribed to Bede.” TR 63 (2008): 129–83.

Gwara, S. “The Foreign Beowulf and the ‘Fight at Finnsburg.’” TR 63 (2008): 185–233.

Hammer, C. I. “‘Pipinus Rex’: Pippin’s Plot of 792 and Bavaria.” TR 63 (2008): 235–76.

Erismann, C. “The Trinity, Universals, and Particular Substances: Philoponus and Roscelin.” TR 63 (2008): 277–305.

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

Giralt, S.Proprietas: Las propiedades ocultas según Arnau de Vilanova.” TR 63 (2008): 327–60.

Traditio 62 (2007)

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

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

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.

Furnish, S. “Thematic Structure and Symbolic Motif in the Middle English Breton Lays.” TR 62 (2007): 83–118.

Morey, J. H. “Chaucer, the ‘corones tweyne,’ and the Eve of Saint Agnes.” TR 62 (2007): 119–33.

Curley, M. J. “The Miracles of Saint David: A New Text and Its Context.” TR 62 (2007): 135–205.

Carlson, D. R. “Gower on Henry IV’s Rule: The Endings of the Cronica Tripertita and Its Texts.” TR 62 (2007): 207–36.

Berger, H. “Ein bemerkenswerter spätmittelalterlicher Codex zur Philosophie, Astronomie und Medizin: Mainz, Stadtbibliothek, HS 1613.” TR 62 (2007): 237–58.

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.

Tubau, X. “Los sentidos internos en la prosa medieval castellana (a propósito de Alfonso el Sabio y Juan de Mena).” TR 62 (2007): 285–316.

Fortuna, S. “The Prefaces to the First Humanist Medical Translations.” TR 62 (2007): 317–35.

Traditio 61 (2006)

Fortuna, S., and A. Raia. “Corrigenda and Addenda to Diels’ Galenica by Richard J. Durling: III. Manuscripts and Editions.” TR 61 (2006): 1–30.

Christesen, P., and Z. Martirosova-Torlone. “The Olympic Victor List of Eusebius: Background, Text, and Translation.” TR 61 (2006): 31–93.

Jolly, K. L. “Prayers from the Field: Practical Protection and Demonic Defense in Anglo-Saxon England.” TR 61 (2006): 95–147.

Clark, J. R. “Anonymous on Alchemy, Aristotle, and Creation: An Unedited Thirteenth-Century Text.” TR 61 (2006): 149–66.

Estevez Sola, J. A. “Fuentes Menores del Chronicon Mundi de Lucas de Yuy y un Apéndice de Pedro Coméstor.” TR 61 (2006): 167–93.

Lerner, R. E., and C. Morerod. “The Vision of ‘John, Hermit of the Asturias’: Lucas of Tuy, Apostolic Religion, and Eschatological Expectation.” TR 61 (2006): 195–225.

Teske, R. J. “Distinctions in the Metaphysics of Henry of Ghent.” TR 61 (2006): 227–45.

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.*

* 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.