Traditio Articles by Subject

Traditio 1 (1943) – 71 (2016)

Classics

Classical Greek Antiquity

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.

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

NEHRING, A. “Plato and the Theory of Language.” TR 3 (1945): 13–48.

HIGGINS, M. J. “The Renaissance of the First Century and the Origin of Standard Late Greek.” TR 3 (1945): 49–100.

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

MERLAN, P. “Aristotle’s Unmoved Movers.” TR 4 (1946): 1–30.

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

ARBESMANN, R. “Fasting and Prophecy in Pagan and Christian Antiquity.” TR 7 (1949–51): 1–72.

GRIMALDI, W. M. A. “The Aristotelian Topics.” TR 14 (1958): 1–16.

CALLAHAN, V. W. “Recent Views on Tragedy Ancient and Modern.” TR 15 (1959): 443–48.

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

FLIESS, P. J. “War Guilt in the History of Thucydides.” TR 16 (1960): 1–18.

McCUE, J. F. “Scientific Procedure in Aristotle’s ‘De caelo.’” TR 18 (1962): 1–24.

BRANNAN, P. T. “Herodotus and History: The Constitutional Debate Preceeding Darius’ Accession.” TR 19 (1963): 427–37.

DURLING, R. J. “Corrigenda and Addenda to Diel’s Galenica.” TR 23 (1967): 461–75; TR 37 (1981): 373–80.

DOYLE, R. E. “Ὄλβος, Κόρος, Ὕβρις, and Ἅτη from Hesiod to Aeschylus.” TR 26 (1970): 293–302.

———. “The Objective Concept of Ἅτη in Aeschylean Tragedy.” TR 28 (1972): 1–28.

———. “The Concept of ἄτη in Sophoclean Tragedy.” TR 32 (1976): 1–28.

FUQUA, C. “Studies in the Use of Myth in Sophocles’ ‘Philoctetes’ and the ‘Orestes’ of Euripides.” TR 32 (1976): 29–96.

EVANS, J. A. S. “The Attitudes of the Secular Historians of the Age of Justinian Towards the Classical Past.” TR 32 (1976): 353–57.

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

FUQUA, C. “The World of Myth in Euripides’ Orestes.” TR 34 (1978): 1–28.

TRIMPI, W. “The Early Metaphorical Uses of ΣΚΙΑΓΡΑΦΙΝΑ and ΣΚΗΝΟΓΡΑΦΙΝΑ.” TR 34 (1978): 403–13.

CLINTON, K. “The ‘Hymn to Zeus,’ PAQEI MAQOS, and the End of the Parodos of ‘Agamennon.’” TR 35 (1979): 1–20.

HAMILTON, C. D. “Isocrates IG ii-2 43, Greek Propaganda and Imperialism.” TR 36 (1980): 83–110.

FUQUA, C. “Heroism, Heracles, and the Trachiniae.” TR 36 (1980): 1–82.

HOPPIN, M. “What Happens in Sophocles’ ‘Philoctetes’?” TR 37 (1981): 1–30.

EDEN, K. “Poetry and Equity: Aristotle’s Defense of Fiction.” TR 38 (1982): 17–44.

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

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

SCHMIEL, R. “The ὄλβος, κόρος, ὕβρις, ἄτη Sequence.” TR 45 (1989): 343–46.

GILLETT, A. “The Date and Circumstances of Olympiodorus of Thebes.” TR 48 (1993): 1–29.

DURLING, R. J. “Medicine in Plutarch’s ‘Moralia.’” TR 50 (1995): 311–14.

IHM, SIBYLLE. “Neue griechische Proclus-Fragmente aus dem Florilegium des Ps.-Maximus.” TR 56 (2001): 1–13.

LARRAIN, C. J. “Macarius Magnes, ΑΠΟΚΡΙΤΙΚΟΣ ΠΡΟΣ ΕΛΛΗΝΑΣ: Ein Bislang Unbeachtetes Exzerpt.” TR 57 (2002): 85–127.

KOVAČIĆ, F. “Die Natur als Kunstler und Baumeister bei Galen.” TR 58 (2003): 1–58.

LARRAIN, C. J. “Das Excerpt aus Macarius Magnes’ Apocriticus.” TR 59 (2004): 383–400.

CHRISTESEN, PAUL, and ZARA MARTIROSOVA-TORLONE. “The Olympic Victor List of Eusebius: Background, Text, and Translation.” TR 61 (2006): 31–93.

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

Classical Latin Antiquity

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

SAVAGE, J. J. “The Medieval Tradition of Cerberus.” TR 7 (1949–51): 405–09.

DILLER, A. “The Scholia of Strabo.” TR 10 (1954): 29–50.

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

ANDERSON, W. S. “The Marston Manuscript of Juvenal.” TR 13 (1957): 407–14.

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

AVERY, W. T. “A Crux in Aulus Gellius: Noctes Atticae 1.15.1.” TR 17 (1961): 427–31.

MacMULLEN, R. “Fourth-Century Bureaucratese.” TR 18 (1962): 364–78.

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

COLTON, R. E. “Echoes of Martial in Juvenal’s Third Satire.” TR 22 (1966): 403–18.

KYTZLER B. “Notae Minucianae.” TR 22 (1966): 419–34.

COLTON, R. E. “Juvenal and Propertius.” TR 23 (1967): 442–60.

BACHRACH, B. S. “The Alans in Gaul.” TR 23 (1967): 476–88.

KYTZLER, B. “Beobachtungen zu den Wettspielen in der Thebais des Statius.” TR 24 (1968): 1–16.

BACHRACH, B. S. “Another Look at the Barbarian Settlement in Southern Gaul.” TR 25 (1969): 354–57.

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

MITCHELL, T. N. “Cicero, Pompey, and the Rise of the First Triumvirate.” TR 29 (1973): 1–26.

MINOR, C. E. “‘Bagaudae’ or ‘Bacaudae’?” TR 31 (1975): 318–21.

GOFFART, W. “The Date and Purpose of Vegetius’ ‘De re militari.’” TR 33 (1977): 65–100.

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

ANDERSON, W. S. “Plautus’ ‘Trinummus’: The Absurdity of Officious Morality.” TR 35 (1979): 333–44.

O’DONNELL, J. J. “The Demise of Paganism.” TR 35 (1979): 45–88.

KELLY, H. A. “Tragedy and the Performance of Tragedy in Late Roman Antiquity.” TR 35 (1979): 21–44.

BROWN, E. “Epicurus and Voluptas in Late Antiquity: The Curious Testimony of Martianus Capella.” TR 38 (1982): 75–106.

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

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

GOLDBERG, S.M. “Quintilian on Comedy.” TR 43 (1987): 359–67.

MINOR, C. “Bacaudae: A Reconsideration.” TR 51 (1996): 297–307.

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

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

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

Patristics

Greek Patrology

AUDET, T. A. “Orientations théologiques chez Saint Irénée: Le contexte mental d’une ΓΝΩΣΙΣ ΑΛΗΘΗΣ".” TR 1 (1943): 15–54.

BURGHARDT, W. J. “Cyril of Alexandria on ‘Wool and Linen.’” TR 2 (1944): 484–86.

ECHLE, H. A. “The Baptism of the Apostles: A Fragment of Clement of Alexandria’s Lost Work uJpotupwvsei" in the Pratum Spirituale of John Moschus.” TR 3 (1945): 365–68.

PARSONS, W. “‘Lest Men Like Fishes . . . .’” TR 3 (1945): 380–88; DICKINS, B. “Addendum to ‘Lest Men, Like Fishes . . . .’” TR 6 (1948): 356–57; ELTON, W. “Addendum: ‘Lest Men, Like Fishes . . . .’” TR 18 (1962): 421–22.

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

BAUR, C. “Drei unedierte Festpredigten aus der Zeit der nestorianischen Streitigkeiten.” TR 9 (1953): 101–26.

MUSURILLO, H. “The Problem of Ascetical Fasting in the Greek Patristic Writers.” TR 12 (1956): 1–64.

ARBESMANN, R. “The ‘Daemonium meridianum’ and Greek and Latin Patristic Exegesis.” TR 14 (1958): 17–32.

CARTER, R. E. “Saint John Chrysostom’s Rhetorical Use of the Socratic Distinction between Kingship and Tyranny.” TR 14 (1958): 367–70.

MUSURILLO, H. “New Horizons in Patristic Theology: A Survey of Recent Work.” TR 14 (1958): 33–62.

ETTLINGER, G. H. “Some Historical Evidence for the Date of St. John Chrysostom’s Birth in the Treatise ‘Ad viduam iuniorem.’” TR 16 (1960): 373–79.

MUSURILLO, H. “The Progress of Patristic Scholarship.” TR 18 (1962): 423–35.

CARTER, R. E. “The Chronology of Saint John Chrysostom’s Early Life.” TR 18 (1962): 357–63.

MALINGREY A.-M. “Étude sur les manuscrits d’un texte de Jean Chrysostome: ‘De providentia Dei.’” TR 18 (1962): 25–68.

DONAHUE, J. R. “Stoic Indifferents and Christian Indifference in Clement of Alexandria.” TR 19 (1963): 438–46.

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

MUSURILLO, H. “Ecumenism and Patristic Scholarship: A Survey of Recent Work.” TR 20 (1964): 473–90.

HALTON, T. P. “Saint John Chrysostom, ‘De fato et providentia’: Its Authenticity.” TR 20 (1964): 1–24.

MALINGREY, A.-M. “Étude sur les manuscrits d’un texte de Jean Chrysostome.” TR 20 (1964): 418–27.

LEROY, F. J. “Les manuscrits de Montfaucon et l’édition de S. Jean Chrysostome.” TR 20 (1964): 411–17.

MALINGREY, A.-M. “Étude sur les manuscrits des lettres de Jean Chrysostome à Olympias.” TR 21 (1965): 425–44.

———. “Rôle du Parisinus Gr. 657 dans l’établissement du texte des lettres de Jean Chrysostome à Olympias.” TR 23 (1967): 439–41.

CALLAHAN, J. F. “The Serpent and Η ΡΑΧΙΑ in Gregory of Nyssa.” TR 24 (1968): 17–42.

MALINGREY, A.-M. “Un essai de classement dans la tradition manuscrite des homélies de Jean Chrysostome ‘De Incomprehensibili.’” TR 25 (1969): 339–53.

GIGNAC, F. T. “The Text of Acts in Chrysostom’s Homilies.” TR 26 (1970): 308–14.

MALINGREY, A.-M. “Pour une édition critique du ‘De sacerdotio’ de Jean Chrysostome.” TR 32 (1976): 347–52.

GRILLMEIER, A. “Ό κυριακὸς ἄνθρωπος": Eine Studie zu einer christologischen Bezeichnung der Väterzeit.” TR 33 (1977): 1–64.

MALINGREY, A.-M. “La double tradition manuscrite de la lettre de Jean Chrysostome à Innocent.” TR 37 (1981): 381–87.

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

ALLEN, P. “Some Aspects of Hellenism in the Early Greek Church Historians.” TR 43 (1987): 368–81.

GRIFFITH, S. H. “Images of Ephraem: The Syrian Holy Man and His Church.” TR 45 (1989): 7–34.

JACKSON, P. “Cyril of Jerusalem’s Treatment of Scriptural Texts Concerning the Holy Spirit.” TR 46 (1991): 1–32.

DALEY, B. “Apollo as a Chalcedonian: A New Fragment of a Controversial Work from Early Sixth-Century Constantinople.” TR 50 (1995): 31–54.

KRIVOUCHINE, I. “L’époque préchrétienne dans l’Histoire Ecclésiastique d’Eusèbe de Césarée.” TR 51 (1996): 287–94.

CARTER, R. E. “A Greek Homily on the Temptation (CPG 4906) by Severian of Gabala: Introduction, Critical Edition, and Translation.” TR 52 (1997): 47–71.

———. “An Index of Scriptural References in the Homilies of Severian of Gabala.” TR 54 (1999): 323–51.

———. “The Chronology of Twenty Homilies of Severian of Gabala.” TR 55 (2000): 1–17.

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

Latin Patrology

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

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

ARBESMANN, R. “The ‘malleus’ Metaphor in Medieval Characterization.” TR 3 (1945): 389–91.

DONNA, R. B. “Note on Cyprian’s ‘De habitu virginum’: Its Source and Influence.” TR 4 (1946): 399–407.

GRABOWSKI, S. J. “Saint Augustine and the Primacy of the Roman Bishops.” TR 4 (1946): 89–114.

GAVIGNAN, J. J. “Fulgentius of Ruspe on Baptism.” TR 5 (1947): 313–22.

MURPHY, F.X. “Melania the Elder: A Biographical Note.” TR 5 (1947): 59–78.

DRESSLER, H. “A Note on the ‘De Nabuthae’ of St. Ambrose.” TR 5 (1947): 311–12.

DIGGS, B. J. “St. Augustine Against the Academicians.” TR 7 (1949–51): 73–94.

FRANK, R. M. “An Etymology of a&gio" in a Work of Caesarius of Arles.” TR 8 (1952): 387–88.

GRABKA, G. “Christian Viaticum: A Study of its Cultural Background.” TR 9 (1953): 1–44.

ARBESMANN, R. “The Concept of ‘Christus medicus’ in St. Augustinus.” TR 10 (1954): 1–28.

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

MARTIN, J. “Commodianus.” TR 13 (1957): 1–72.

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

GOUREVITCH, D. “Correction d’une Correction .” TR 49 (1994): 317–19.

HALPORN, J. W. “The Manuscripts of Cassiodorus’ De anima.” TR 15 (1959): 385–86.

———. “Magni Aurelii Cassiodori Senatoris Liber de anima: Introduction and Critical Text.” TR 16 (1960): 39–110.

ARBESMANN, R. “The ‘Vita Aurelii Augustini Hipponensis Episcopi’ in Codex Laurent. Plut. 90 sup. 48.” TR 18 (1962): 319–56.

MARTIN, J. “Abfassung, Veröffentlichung und Überlieferung von Augustins Schrift ‘De doctrina christiana.’” TR 18 (1962): 69–88.

O’CONNELL R. J. “The Plotinian Fall of the Soul in St. Augustine.” TR 19 (1963): 1–36.

HALPORN, J. W. “Metrical Problems in the First Arezzo Hymn of Hilary of Poitiers.” TR 19 (1963): 460–66.

HYLTEN, P. “Critical Notes on the ‘Chronica’ of Sulpicius Severus.” TR 19 (1963): 447–59.

DALY, W. M. “Caesarius of Arles, A Precursor of Medieval Christendom.” TR 26 (1970): 1–28.

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

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

HERREN, M. “Hisperic Latin: ‘Luxuriant Culture-Fungus of Decay.’” TR 30 (1974): 411–18.

MacISAAC, J. D. “‘The Hand of God’: A Numismatic Study.” TR 31 (1975): 322–27.

MARTIN, J. “‘Logos’ bei Priscillianus.” TR 31 (1975): 317.

McCULLOH, J. M. “The Cult of Relics in the Letters and ‘Dialogues’ of Pope Gregory the Great: A Lexicographical Study.” TR 32 (1976): 145–84.

ARBESMANN, R. “The ‘Cervuli’ and ‘Anniculae’ in Caesarius of Arles.” TR 35 (1979): 89–120.

O’DONNELL, J. J. “Liberius the Patrician.” TR 37 (1981): 31–72.

HALPORN, J. W. “The Manuscripts of Cassiodorus’ Expositio Psalmorum.” TR 37 (1981): 388–95.

MORTON, C. “Marius of Avenches, the Excerpta Valesiana, and the Death of Boethius.” TR 38 (1982): 107–36.

BRENNAN, B. “The Career of Venantius Fortunatus.” TR 41 (1985): 49–78.

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

BALDWIN, B. “Fulgentius and His Sources.” TR 44 (1988): 37–58.

HEXTER, R. “The Metamorphosis of Sodom: The Ps.-Cyprian De Sodoma as an Ovidian Episode.” TR 44 (1988): 1–36.

CLAUSSEN, M. A. “Peregrinatio and Peregrini in Augustine’s City of God.” TR 46 (1991): 33–76.

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

McCREADY, W. D. “Bede, Isidore and the ‘Epistola Cuthberti.’” TR 50 (1995): 75–94.

BRENNAN, B. “Deathless Marriage and Spiritual Fecundity in Venantius Fortunatus’s De Virginitate.” TR 51 (1996): 73–97.

HALPORN, J. “Early Printed Editions of Cassiodorus De Anima.” TR 51 (1996): 295–96.

DRISCOLL, M. S. Ad Pueros sancti Martini: A Critical Edition, English Translation, and Study of the Manuscript Transmission.” TR 53 (1998): 37–61.

DeGREGORIO, S. “The Venerable Bede on Prayer and Contemplation.” TR 54 (1999): 1–39.

DALY, W. M. “An Adverse Consensus Questioned: Does Sidonius’s Euchariston (Carmen XVI) Show That He Was Spiritually Naïve?” TR 55 (2000): 19–71.

MCGILL, SCOTT C. “Poeta arte christiana: Pomponius’s Cento Versus ad gratiam Domini as an Early Example of Christian Bucolic.” TR 56 (2001): 15–26.

KRIES, D. “Origen, Plato, and Conscience (Synderesis) in Jerome’s Ezekiel Commentary.” TR 57 (2002): 67–83.

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

KLINGSHIRN, W. “Isidore of Seville's Taxonomy of Magicians and Diviners.” TR 58 (2003): 59–90.

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

FLORIO, R. “Discere-Docere: Tertuliano y Alcuino frente a la paideia oficial.” TR 64 (2009): 105–138.

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

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.

RODRIGUEZ, C. M. “Topics of Aristotle’s Protrepticus in Augustine of Hippo: The Transmission of Cicero and the Context of Their Use.” TR 71 (2016): 1–32.

Medieval History

Byzantine History, Literature, and Thought

HIGGINS, M. J. “Observance of the Purification in the East in the Seventh Century.” TR 1 (1943): 409–10.

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

BERGER, A. “Tipoukeitos: The Origin of a Name. A Contribution to the History of Byzantine Legal Science.” TR 3 (1945): 394–402.

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

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

HONIGMANN, E. “The Patriarchate of Antioch: A Revision of Le Quien and the Notitia Antiochena.” TR 5 (1947): 135–62.

SEGRE, A. “The Byzantine Colonate.” TR 5 (1947): 103–34.

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

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

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

MERCATI, G. C. “Un eucologio Ciprio che si cervaca.” TR 7 (1949–51): 223–32.

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

HIGGINS, M. J. “Chronology of the Fourth-Century Metropolitans of Seleucia-Ctesiphon.” TR 9 (1953): 45–100.

GEANAKOPLOS, D. J. “The Nicene Revolution of 1258 and the Usurpation of Michael VIII Palaeologos.” TR 9 (1953): 420–29.

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

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

GOFFART, W. “Byzantine Policy in the West under Tiberius II and Maurice: The Pretenders Hermenegild and Gundovald.” TR 13 (1957): 73–118.

BOLTON, W. F. “Parable, Allegory and Romance in the Legend of Barlaam and Josaphat.” TR 14 (1958): 359–66.

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

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

DENNIS, G. T. “The Correspondence of Rodolfo de Sanctis, Canon of Patras, 1386.” TR 17 (1961): 285–322.

KAEGI, W. E. “Arianism and the Byzantine Army in Africa, 533–546.” TR 21 (1965): 23–54.

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

KARLIN-HAYTER, P. “‘When Military Affairs were in Leo’s Hands’: A Note on Byzantine Foreign Policy, (886–912).” TR 23 (1967): 15–40.

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

BRAND, C. M. “Two Byzantine Treatises on Taxation.” TR 25 (1969): 35–60.

PAPADAKIS, A. “The Unpublished Life of Euthymius of Sardis: Bodl. Laud. Gr. 69.” TR 26 (1970): 63–90.

TOUMANOFF, C. “Caucasia and Byzantium.” TR 27 (1971): 111–58.

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.

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

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

Crusades and Military Orders

CONSTABLE, G. “The Second Crusade as Seen by Contemporaries.” TR 9 (1953): 213–80.

BROWN, E. A. R. “The Cistercians in the Latin Empire of Constantinople and Greece, 1204–1276.” TR 14 (1958): 63–120.

O’CALLAGHAN, J. F. “‘Difiniciones’ of the Order of Calatrava Enacted by Abbot William II of Morimond, April 2, 1468.” TR 14 (1958): 231–68.

BRUNDAGE, J. A. “An Errant Crusader: Stephen of Blois.” TR 16 (1960): 380–94.

O’CALLAGHAN, J. F. “The Earliest ‘Difiniciones’ of the Order of Calatrava, 1304–1383.” TR 17 (1961): 255–84.

NESBITT, J. W. “The Rate of March of Crusading Armies in Europe: A Study and Computation.” TR 19 (1963): 167–82.

LUTTRELL, A. “Fourteenth-Century Hospitaller Lawyers.” TR 21 (1965): 449–55.

BRUNDAGE, J. A. “‘Cruce signari’: The Rite for Taking the Cross in England.” TR 22 (1966): 289–310.

———. “The Votive Obligations of Crusaders: The Development of a Canonistic Doctrine.” TR 24 (1968): 77–118.

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

MAYER, H. E. “On the Beginnings of the Communal Movement in the Holy Land: The Commune of Tyre.” TR 24 (1968): 443–57.

DANIEL, E. R. “Apocalyptic Conversion: The Joachite Alternative to the Crusades.” TR 25 (1969): 127–54.

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

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

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

FOREY, A. J. “The Military Orders in the Crusading Proposals of the Late Thirteenth and Early Fourteenth Centuries.” TR 36 (1980): 317–46.

HOUSLEY, N. “The Mercenary Companies, the Papacy, and the Crusades, 1356–1378.” TR 38 (1982): 253–80.

FOREY, A. J. “The Military Orders and the Spanish Reconquest in Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries.” TR 40 (1984): 197–234.

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

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

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.

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

* 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.

Medieval Ecclesiastical History

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

DONNELLY, J. S. “Changes in the Grange Economy of English and Welsh Cistercian Abbeys, 1300–1540.” TR 10 (1954): 399–458.

CONSTABLE, G. “The Disputed Election at Langres in 1138.” TR 13 (1957): 119–52.

BRENTANO, R. “The Bishops’ Book of Città di Castello.” TR 16 (1960): 241–54.

COLKER, M. L. “Anecdota Medievalia.” TR 17 (1961): 469–81.

MORRISON, K. F. “Canossa: A Revision.” TR 18 (1962): 121–48.

FOWLER, D. C. “New Light on John Trevisa.” TR 18 (1962): 289–318.

LEVY, B. “The Oldest Inventory of St. Nicholas of Bari.” TR 21 (1965): 363–82.

KELLEY, D. R. “Fides Historiae: Charles Dumoulin and the Gallican View of History.” TR 22 (1966): 347–402.

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

AHERNE, C. M. “Late Visigothic Bishops: Their Schools and the Transmission of Culture.” TR 22 (1966): 435–43.

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

BARROW, G. W. S. “Angerius Brito, Cathensis Episcopus.” TR 26 (1970): 351.

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

GORSUCH, E. N. “Mismanagement and Ecclesiastical Visitation of English Monasteries in the Early Fourteenth-Century.” TR 28 (1972): 473–82.

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

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

McDERMOTT, W. C. “Felix of Nantes: A Merovingian Bishop.” TR 31 (1975): 1–24.

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

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

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

CONSTABLE, G. “Monasticism, Lordship, and Society in the Twelfth-Century Hesbaye: Five Documents on the Foundation of the Cluniac Priory of Bertrée.” TR 33 (1977): 159–224.

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

KERSY-FULTON, K. “Hildegard of Bingen and Anti-Mendicant Propaganda.” TR 43 (1987): 386–99.

BROWN, E. A. R., and R. E. LERNER. “On the Origins and Import of the Columbinus Prophecy.” TR 45 (1989): 219–56.

CROSS, J. E. “Atto of Vercelli, De pressuris ecclesiasticis, Archbishop Wulfstan and Wulfstan’s Commonplace Book.” TR 48 (1993): 237–46.

LEWIS, S. “Henry III and the Gothic Rebuilding of Westminster Abbey: The Problematics of Context.” TR 50 (1995): 129–72.

NEWLANDS, C. E. “Bede and Images of St. Cuthbert.” TR 52 (1997): 73–109.

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

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

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.

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.

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

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

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.

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

Medieval Education and Universities

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

FLYNN, V. J. “The Intellectual Life of Fifteenth-Century Rhodes.” TR 2 (1944): 239–56.

GABRIEL, A. L. “The Practice of Charity at the University of Paris during the Middle Ages: Ave Maria College (with 3 plates).” TR 5 (1947): 335–39.

DELHAYE, P. “L’organisation scolaire au XIIe siècle.” TR 5 (1947): 211–68.

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

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.

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

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

JONES, W. R. “Franciscan Education and Monastic Libraries: Some Documents.” TR 30 (1974): 435–44.

BABCOCK, R. G. “Heriger and the Study of Philosophy at Lobbes in the Tenth Century.” TR 40 (1984): 307–17.

LORENZ, S. “Studium generale Erfordense: Neue Forschungen zum Erfurter Schulleben.” TR 46 (1991): 261–90.

ORME, N. “An English Grammar School ca. 1450: Latin Exercises from Exeter (Caius College MS 417/447. fp;ops 16v–24v).” TR 50 (1995): 261–94.

DE MOWBRAY, M. “1277 and All That — Students and Disputations.” TR 57 (2002): 217–38.

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

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

PHELAN, O. M. “New Insights, Old Texts: Clerical Formation and the Carolingian Renewal in Hrabanus Maurus.” TR 71 (2016): 63–90.

Medieval Political History: Britain and France

RUSSELL, J. C. “The Tribal Hidage.” TR 5 (1947): 193–210.

BIELER, L. “The Mission of Palladius.” TR 6 (1948): 1–32.

HOYT, R. S. “The ‘Terrae occupatae’ of Cornwall and the Exon Domesday.” TR 9 (1952): 155–76.

FOWLER, D. C. “Some Biblical Influences on Geoffrey of Monmouth’s Historiography.” TR 14 (1958): 378–84.

CAMPBELL, G. J. “The Protest of Saint Louis.” TR 15 (1959): 405–18.

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

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

CAMPBELL, G. J. “Temporal and Spiritual Regalia during the Reigns of St. Louis and Philip II.” TR 20 (1964): 351–84.

LEWIS, A. R. “Count Gerald of Aurillac and Feudalism in South Central France in the Early Tenth Century.” TR 20 (1964): 41–58.

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

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

MUNDY, J. H. “Charity and Social Work in Toulouse, 1100–1250.” TR 22 (1966): 203–88.

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

HENNEMAN, J. B. “‘Enqueteurs-Réformateurs’ and Fiscal Officers in Fourteenth-Century France.” TR 24 (1968): 309–50.

ROSENTHAL, J. T. “The Education of the Early Capetians.” TR 25 (1969): 366–75.

BROWN, E. A. R. “Subsidy and Reform in 1321: The Accounts of Najac and the Policies of Philip V.” TR 27 (1971): 399–432.

CAMPBELL, M. W. “Earl Godwin of Wessex and Edward the Confessor’s Promise of the Throne to William of Normandy.” TR 28 (1972): 141–58.

McGOVERN, J. F. “The Hide and Related Land-Tenure Concepts in Anglo-Saxon England, A.D.700–1100.” TR 28 (1972): 101–18.

BROWN, E. A. R. “Customary Aids and Royal Fiscal Policy under Philip VI of Valois.” TR 30 (1974): 191–258.

MURRAY, A. “Religion among the Poor in Thirteenth-Century France: The Testimony of Humbert de Romans.” TR 30 (1974): 285–324.

WOOD, C. T. “The Deposition of Edward V.” TR 31 (1975): 247–86.

MORRONE, J., and C. ZUCKERMAN. “Cardinal Simon of Beaulieu and Relations between Philip the Fair and Boniface VIII.” TR 31 (1975): 195–222.

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

CAZELLES, R. “La stabilisation de la monnaie par la création du franc (décembre 1360) — blocage d’une société.” TR 32 (1976): 293–312.

LEWIS, A. W. “Dynastic Structures and Capetian Throneright: The Views of Giles of Paris.” TR 33 (1977): 225–52.

BROWN, E. A. R. “The Ceremonial of Royal Succession in Capetian France: The Double Funeral of Louis X.” TR 34 (1978): 227–72.

LEWIS, A. W. “Fourteen Charters of Robert I of Dreux (1152–1188).” TR 41 (1985): 145–80.

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

MURRAY, A. C. “From Roman to Frankish Gaul: Centenarii and Centenae in the Administration of the Merovingian Kingdom.” TR 44 (1988): 59–100.

MUNDY, J. H. “The Parishes of Toulouse from 1150 to 1250.” TR 46 (1991): 171–204.

AITCHISON, N. B. “Kingship, Society, and Sacrality: Rank, Power, and Ideology in Early Medieval Ireland.” TR 45 (1994): 45–75.

LEWIS, A. W. “The Career of Philip the Cleric, Younger Brother of Louis VII: A Propos of an Unpublished Charter.” TR 50 (1995): 111–27.

KERBY-FULTON, K. and S. JUSTICE. “Reformist Intellectual Culture in the English and Irish Civil Service: The Modus tenendi parliamentum and Its Literary Relations.” TR 53 (1998): 149–202.

BROWN, E. A. R., AND S. ZALE. “Louis Le Blanc, Estienne Le Blanc, and the Defense of Louis IX’s Crusades, 1498–1522.” TR 55 (2000): 235–92.

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

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

HAYWARD, P. A. “The Cronica de Anglia in London, British Library, Cotton MS Vitellus C. VIII, fols. 6v–21v: Another Product of John of Worcester's History Workshop.” TR 70 (2015): 159–236.

Medieval Political History: Germany

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

KLOOS, R. M. “Kaiser Friedrich II: Literaturbericht 1950–1956.” TR 12 (1956): 426–56.

WALLACH, L. “Berthold of Zwiefalten’s Chronicle, Reconstructed and Edited.” TR 13 (1957): 153–248.

MYERS, H. A. “The Concept of Kingship in the ‘Book of Emperors’ (Kaiserchronik).” TR 27 (1971): 205–30.

COLKER, M. L. “The ‘Karolinus’ of Egidius Parisiensis.” TR 29 (1973): 199–326.

GOFFART, W. “Paul the Deacon’s Gesta episcoporum Mettensium and the Early Design of Charlemagne’s Succession.” TR 42 (1986): 59–94.

———. “Two Notes on German Antiquity Today.” TR 50 (1995): 9–30.

GÄRTNER, T. “Zum Karolinus des Aegidius von Paris.” TR 55 (2000): 171–79.

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

Medieval Political History: Italy and Spain

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

BAYLEN, J. O. “John Maunsell and the Castilian Treaty of 1254: A Study of the Clerical Diplomat.” TR 17 (1961): 482–92.

BECKER, M. B. “Florentine ‘Libertas’: Political Independents and ‘Novi Cives,’ 1372–1378.” TR 18 (1962): 393–406.

DREW, K. F. “The Carolingian Military Frontier in Italy.” TR 20 (1964): 437–47.

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

NELSON, L. H. “Rotrou of Perche and the Aragonese Reconquest.” TR 26 (1970): 113–34.

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

O’CALLAGHAN, J. F. “The Cortes and Royal Taxation during the Reign of Alfonso X of Castille.” TR 27 (1971): 379–98.

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

NELSON, L. H. “Internal Migration in Early Aragon: The Settlers from Ena and Baón.” TR 40 (1984): 131–48.

DOMINGUEZ REBOIRAS, F. “In civitate Pisana, in monasterio Sancti Domnini: Algunas observaciones sobre la estancia de Ramon Llull en Pisa (1307–1308).” TR 42 (1986): 389–437.

SPEED, J. “The Thirteenth-century Codification of the Fueros de Aragón.” TR 71 (2016): 303–32.

Medieval Social History

BROWN, E. A. R. “Introduction” [to: Ritual Brotherhood in Ancient and Medieval Europe: A Symposium]. TR 52 (1997): 261–83.

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

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

BROWN, E. A. R. “Ritual Brotherhood in Western Medieval Europe.” TR 52 (1997): 357–81.

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

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.

HALFOND, G. “The Endorsement of Royal-Episcopal Collaboration in the Fredegar Chronica.” TR 70 (2015): 1–28.

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

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

Medieval Religion and Theology

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. “Ἤνυσται καὶ τετέλεσται: An Echo from Traditio I.” TR 11 (1955): 395–99.

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.

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

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

BUGYIS, K. A.-M. “The Development of the Consecration Rite for Abbesses and Abbots in Central Medieval England.” TR 71 (2016): 91–142.

Medieval Canon and Civil Law

KUTTNER, S. “Bernardus Compostellanus Antiquus: A Study in the Glossators of the Canon Law.” TR 1 (1943): 277–340.

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.

BRUCK, E. F. “Ethics vs. Law: St. Paul, the Fathers of the Church and the ‘Cheerful Giver’ in Roman Law.” TR 2 (1944): 97–122.

KUTTNER, S. “Pierre de Roissy and Robert of Flamborough.” TR 2 (1944): 492–98.

———. “Cardinalis: The History of a Canonical Concept.” TR 3 (1945): 129–214.

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

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

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

KUTTNER, S. “Notes on a Projected Corpus of Twelfth-Century Decretal Letters.” TR 6 (1948): 345–50.

KUTTNER, S., and E. RATHBONE. “Anglo-Norman Canonists of the Twelfth Century: An Introductory Study.” TR 7 (1949–51): 279–358.

LANDGRA, F A. M. “Das durch den Knecht gespendete Almosen.” TR 7 (1949–51): 433–43.

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

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

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

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

CHENEY, C. R. “Decretals of Innocent III in Paris, B.N. MS lat. 3922A.” TR 11 (1955): 149–62.

HOYT, R. “The Coronation Oath of 1308: The Background of Les leys and les custumes.” TR 11 (1955): 235–58.

Institute of Research and Study in Medieval Cannon Law

  • Annual report: TR 11 (1955): 429–38 (Roman Meeting, Medieval Canon Law Bulletin); TR 12 (1956): 557–59 (General Report, Canon Law); TR 13 (1957): 463–66; TR 14 (1958): 457–61; TR 15 (1959): 449–51; TR 16 (1960): 416–18 (The Borthwick Institute of Historical Research); TR 16 (1960): 531–33; TR 17 (1961): 503–05; TR 18 (1962): 447–49; TR 19 (1963): 509–11; TR 19 (1963): 512–15 (Second Congress of Medieval Canon Law, Boston College 1963); TR 20 (1964): 491–94; TR 21 (1965): 477–79; TR 22 (1966): 463–65; TR 23 (1967): 501–03; TR 24 (1968): 489–92; TR 25 (1969): 481–84; TR 26 (1970): 427–33.
  • Notes: TR 13 (1957): 505–9; TR 14 (1958): 502–9; TR 15 (1959): 498–99 (Notes on Manuscripts); TR 17 (1961): 533–44 (Notes on Manuscripts); TR 19 (1963): 536–37; TR 22 (1966): 471–81 (Emendationes et notae variae); TR 24 (1968): 504–7.
  • Select Bibliography: TR 12 (1956): 616–19 (1955–56, B. Tierney); TR 13 (1957): 510–12 (1956–57, B. Tierney); TR 14 (1958): 510–12 (1957–58, B. Tierney); TR 15 (1959): 500–3 (1958–59); TR 16 (1960): 564–70 (1959–60); TR 17 (1961): 545–51 (1960–61); TR 18 (1962): 482–89 (1961–62); TR 19 (1963): 538–52 (1962–63); TR 20 (1964): 513–23 (1963–64); TR 21 (1965): 520–38 (1964–65); TR 22 (1966): 482–98 (1965–66); TR 24 (1968): 512–47 (1966–68); TR 25 (1969): 518–44 (1968–69, J. F. Kenney and R. Somerville); TR 26 (1970): 478–503 (1969–70).
  • Manuscripts, Microfilms and Photostats: TR 11 (1955): 439–48 (Interim Checklist of Manuscripts); TR 12 (1956): 611–15 (Manuscripts and Incunabula Exhibited at the Inauguration of the Institute, May 1956); TR 12 (1956): 560–65 (Interim Checklist); TR 13 (1957): 467–70 (Interim Checklist); New Acquisitions: TR 12 (1956): 620–22; TR 13 (1957): 513–14; TR 14 (1958): 512–13; TR 15 (1959): 504–5; TR 16 (1960): 571–72; TR 17 (1961): 552–54; TR 18 (1962): 490–91; TR 19 (1963): 553 (Cumulative List); TR 20 (1964): 524; TR 20 (1964): 524–26 (Holtzmann Estate); TR 21 (1965): 539; TR 22 (1966): 499; TR 23 (1967): 536–37; TR 24 (1968); 548–49; TR 25 (1969): 545; TR 26 (1970): 504–5.

MEYER, R. T. “Isidorian ‘Glossae collectae’ in Aelfric’s Vocabulary.” TR 12 (1956): 398–405.

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

FRANSEN, G. “Les ‘questiones’ des canonistes: Essai de dépouillement et de classement.” TR 12 (1956): 566–92; TR 13 (1957): 481–500; TR 19 (1963): 516–31; TR 20 (1964): 495–502.

STICKLER, A. M. “Decretistica germanica adaucta.” TR 12 (1956): 593–604.

BRENTANO, R. “An Endorsed Subdelegation, 1284.” TR 13 (1957): 452–55.

BROOKE, C. N. L. “Canons of English Church Councils in the Early Decretal Collections.” TR 13 (1957): 471–80.

KUTTNER, S. “Bertram of Metz.” TR 13 (1957): 501–04.

FUHRMANN, H. “Ein Bruchstück der Collectio ecclesiae Thessalonicensis.” TR 14 (1958): 371–76.

GARCIA, A. “El Concilio IV de Latran (1215) y sus comentarios.” TR 14 (1958): 484–501.

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

STICKLER, A. M. “Iter Helveticum.” TR 14 (1958): 462–83.

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

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

BRENTANO, R. “A Ravello Document.” TR 15 (1959): 401–04.

LEGENDRE, P. “Miscellanea Britannica.” TR 15 (1959): 491–96.

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

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

KUTTNER, S. “Notes on the Presentation of Text and Apparatus in Editing Works of the Decretists and Decretalists.” TR 15 (1959): 452–63.

CHENEY, C. R. “Three Decretal Collections before Compilatio IV: Pragensis, Palatina I and Abrincensis II.” TR 15 (1959): 464–82.

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

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

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

GILMORE, M. P. “The Jurisprudence of Humanism.” TR 17 (1961): 493–502.

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

KAUFMANN, H. “‘Causa debendi’ und ‘causa petendi’ bei Glanvill sowie im römischen und kanonischen Recht seiner Zeit.” TR 17 (1961): 107–62.

DUGGAN, C. “The Trinity Collection of Decretals and the Early Worcester Family.” TR 17 (1961): 506–26.

BOHACEK, M. “Un manuscrit intéressant du ‘Compendium’ de Werner von Schussenried.” TR 18 (1962): 472–81.

DUGGAN, C. “English Canonists and the ‘Appendix Concilii Lateranensis’, with an Analysis of St. John’s College, Cambridge MS 148.” TR 18 (1962): 459–68.

GARCIA, A. “Observaciones sobre los Apparatus de Dámaso Húngaro a las tres primeras Compilaciones Antiguas.” TR 18 (1962): 469–71.

HERDE, P. “Der Zeugenzwang in den päpstlichen Delegationsreskripten des Mittelalters.” TR 18 (1962): 255–88.

HOLTZMANN, W. “Zu den Dekretalen bei Simon von Bisignano.” TR 18 (1962): 450–58.

KUTTNER, S. “Some Gratian Manuscripts with Early Glosses.” TR 19 (1963): 532–35.

CHEYETTE, F. “Kings, Courts, Cures and Sinecures: The Statute of Provisors and the Common Law.” TR 19 (1963): 295–350.

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

KUTTNER, S., and A. GARCIA. “A New Eyewitness of the Fourth Lateran Council.” TR 20 (1964): 115–78.

KAY, R. “Hostiensis and Some Embrun Provincial Councils.” TR 20 (1964): 503–12.

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

GERBENZON, P. “Bertram of Metz, the Author of ‘Elegantius in iure divino’ (Summa Coloniensis)?” TR 21 (1965): 510–11.

FRANSEN, G. “Deux collections de ‘questiones.’” TR 21 (1965): 492–509.

GARCIA, A. “Los manuscritos juridicos medievales de la Catedral de Toledo.” TR 21 (1965): 511–12.

FRANSEN, G. “Varia ex manuscriptis.” TR 21 (1965): 515–19.

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

HERDE, P. “Römisches und kanonisches Recht bei der Verfolgung des Fälschungsdelikts im Mittelalter.” TR 21 (1965): 291–362.

LEWIS, C. E. “Ricarus Anglicus: A ‘familiaris’ of Archbishop Hubert Walter.” TR 22 (1966): 469–70.

GARCIA, A. “Canonistica Hispanica.” TR 22 (1966): 466–68; TR 23 (1967): 504–11; TR 26 (1970): 457–68.

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

FRANSEN, G. “La structure des ‘Quaestiones Disputatae’ et leur classement.” TR 23 (1967): 516–33.

McCALL, J. P. “The Writings of John of Legnano with a List of Manuscripts.” TR 23 (1967): 415–38.

KELLY, H. A. “Canonical Implications of Richard III’s Plan to Marry His Niece.” TR 23 (1967): 269–312.

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

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

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

GOURON, A. “A Note on Bernardus Raimundi Maioricensis.” TR 25 (1969): 518.

MORDEK, H. “Der Codex Andegavensis Jacques Sirmonds.” TR 25 (1969): 485–98.

McNAMARA, J. A. “Simon de Beaulieu and ‘Clericis Laicos.’” TR 25 (1969): 155–70.

OLSEN, G. “The Idea of the Ecclesia Primitiva in the Writings of the Twelfth-Century Canonists.” TR 25 (1969): 61–86.

FRANSEN, G. “Une suite de recherches sur le Décret de Burchard de Worms.” TR 25 (1969): 514–15.

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

HOESCH, H. “Ein Auszug aus Pseudoisidor in MS Berlin Theol. lat. 313.” TR 25 (1969): 499–507.

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

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

HELMHOLZ, R. “Canonists and Standards of Impartiality for Papal Judges Delegate.” TR 25 (1969): 386–403.

 

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

LEGENDRE, P. “Adieu à Gabriel Le Bras.” TR 26 (1970): 434–35.

BLACK, A. J. “Panormitanus on the Decretum.” TR 26 (1970): 440–43.

FRANSEN, G. “Trois Notes: Sur le MS Saint-Omer 107; Collections canoniques oubliées; Burchard de Worms: Quête des manuscrits.” TR 26 (1970): 444–46.

CHODOROW, S. A. “Magister Gratian and the Problem of ‘Regnum’ and ‘Sacerdotium.’” TR 26 (1970): 364–80.

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

LANDAU, P. “Bericht über das Seminar ‘Das Decretorum Burchards von Worms.’” TR 26 (1970): 469–70.

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

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

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

MALONEY, R. P. “Usury in Greek, Roman and Rabbinic Thought.” TR 27 (1971): 79–110.

MULDOON, J. “The Contribution of the Medieval Canon Lawyers to the Formation of International Law.” TR 28 (1972): 483–97.

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

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

SAWICKI, J. T. “Supplementum secundum ad bibliographiam XVIII Synodorum particularium.” TR 26 (1979): 470–77.

NOONAN, J. T. “Gratian Slept Here: The Changing Identity of the Father of the Systematic Study of Canon Law.” TR 35 (1979): 145–72.

FASOLT, C. “A New View of William Durant the Younger’s Tractatus de modo generalis concilii celebrandi.” TR 37 (1981): 291–324.

DONOVAN, G. M., and M. H. KEEN. “The Somnium of John of Legnano.” TR 37 (1981): 325–46.

RIVERS, T. J. “The Meaning of ‘carruca’ in the ‘Leges Barbarorum.’” TR 40 (1984): 297–99.

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

KOSTO, ADAM J. “The Limited Impact of the Usatges de Barcelona in Twelfth-Century Catalonia.” TR 56 (2001): 53–88.

GOERING, J. “The Internal Forum and the Literature of Penance and Confession.” TR 59 (2004): 175–228.

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

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

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.

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

CARELLA, B. “The Earliest Expression of Outlawry in Anglo-Saxon Law.” TR 70 (2015): 111–43.

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

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

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.

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

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

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

WILLIAMS, B. “Glossa ordinaria and Glossa Hebraica — Midrash in Rashi and the Gloss.” TR 71 (2016): 179–202.

ANDRÉE, A. “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): 203–35.

Medieval Spirituality, Preaching, Hagiography, Hymnology, Liturgy

ARBESMANN, R. “Jordanus of Saxony’s Vita Sancti Augustini: The Source of John Capgrave’s Life of St. Augustine.” TR 1 (1943): 341–55.

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

HATZFELD, H. A. “The Influence of Ramon Lull and Jan van Ruysbroeck on the Language of the Spanish Mystics.” TR 4 (1946): 337–98.

KRAPPE, A. H. “St. Patrick and the Snakes.” TR 5 (1947): 323–30.

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

HENNIG, J. “The Literary Tradition of Moses in Ireland.” TR 7 (1949–51): 233–62.

CAVARNOS, J. P. “Greek Translations of the ‘Adoro te devote’ and the ‘Ave verum.’” TR 8 (1952): 418–23.

GRAY, L. H. “Biblical Citations in Latin Lives of Welsh and Breton Saints Differing from the Vulgate.” TR 8 (1952): 389–96.

HENNIG, J. “A Note on Ireland’s Place in the Literary Tradition of St. Brendan.” TR 8 (1952): 397–401.

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

BARON, R. “Hugonis de Sancto Victore Epitome Dindimi in philosophiam: Introduction, texte critique et notes.” TR 11 (1955): 91–148.

LIEGEY, G. M. “The ‘Canticum amoris’ of Richard Rolle.” TR 12 (1956): 369–92.

BLUM, O. J. “Alberic of Monte Cassino and the Hymns and Rhythms Ascribed to Saint Peter Damian.” TR 12 (1956): 87–148.

RUSSELL, J. C. “The Problem of St. Patrick the Missionary.” TR 12 (1956): 393–97.

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

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

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

FIRTH, F. “The ‘Poenitentiale’ of Robert of Flamborough: An Early Handbook for the Confessor in its Manuscript Tradition.” TR 16 (1960): 541–55.

SMETANA, C. L. “Aelfric and the Homiliary of Haymo of Halberstadt.” TR 17 (1961): 457–68.

JORDAN, P. “Pythagoras and Monachism.” TR 17 (1961): 432–40.

FIRTH, F. “More About Robert of Flamborough’s Penitential.” TR 17 (1961): 531–32.

LECLERCQ, J. “Une Vie de Jérôme d’Ancône par Ludovico Brunori.” TR 19 (1963): 371–410.

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

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

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

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

SZÖVERFFY, J. “Hymnological Notes.” TR 25 (1969): 457–71.

BLAKE, N. F. “The Biblical Additions in Caxton’s ‘Golden Legend.’” TR 25 (1969): 231–48.

BANTA, F. G. “Berthold von Regensburg: Investigations Past and Present.” TR 25 (1969): 472–80.

O’MALLEY, J. F. “An Introduction to the Study of the Hymns on St. James as Literature.” TR 26 (1970): 255–92.

LAGORIO, V. M. “Pan-Brittonic Hagiography and the Arthurian Grail Cycle.” TR 26 (1970): 29–62.

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

GREGG, J. Y. “The Exempla of ‘Jacob’s Well’: A Study in the Transmission of Medieval Sermon Stories.” TR 33 (1977): 359–80.

CROSS, J. E. “‘Legimus in ecclesiasticis historiis’: A Sermon for All Saints, and its Use in Old English Prose.” TR 33 (1977): 101–36.

HORNER, P. J. “A Sermon on the Anniversary of the Death of Thomas Beauchamp, Earl of Warwick.” TR 34 (1978): 381–402.

McNALLY, R. E. “‘In nomine Dei summi’: Seven Hiberno-Latin Sermons.” TR 35 (1979): 121–44.

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

CROSS, J. E., and C. J. TUPLIN. “An Unrecorded Variant of the ‘Passio S. Christinae’ and the Old English Martyrology.” TR 36 (1980): 161–236.

COLLEDGE, E., and J. C. MARLER. “‘Céphalologie’: A Recurring Theme in Classical and Medieval Lore.” TR 37 (1981): 411–25.

McEVOY, J. “Notes on the Prologue of St. Aelred of Rievaulx’s De spirituali amicitia, with a Translation.” TR 37 (1981): 396–410.

HORRALL, S. M. “Thomas of Hales, O.F.M.: His Life and Works.” TR 42 (1986): 287–98.

BABCOCK, R. G. “Astrology and Pagan Gods in Carolingian Vitae of St. Lambert.” TR 42 (1986): 95–114.

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

LOHR, C. H., and F. DOMÍNGUEZ. “Raimundus Lullus, Liber amici et amati: Introduction and Critical Text.” TR 44 (1988): 325–72; TR 45 (1989): 435.

NEWMAN, B. “Flaws in the Golden Bowl: Gender and Spiritual Formation in the Twelfth Century.” TR 45 (1989): 111–46.

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

McLAUGHLIN, R. E. “The Word Eclipsed? Preaching in the Early Middle Ages.” TR 46 (1991): 77–122.

HEFFERNAN, T. J. “Philology and Authorship in the ‘Passio Sanctarum Perpetuae et Felicitatis.’” TR 50 (1995): 315–25.

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

HAMMER, C. I. “The Social Landscape of the Prague Sacramentary: The Prosopography of an Eighth-Century Mass-Book.” TR 54 (1999): 41–80.

JONES, C. A. “A Liturgical Miscellany in Cambridge, Corpus Christi College 190.” TR 54 (1999): 103–40.

LITTLE, K. C. “Catechesis and Castigation: Sin in the Wycliffite Sermon Cycle.” TR 54 (1999): 213–44.

HANHAM, A. “Text and Subtext: Bishop John Russell’s Parliamentary Sermons, 1483–1484.” TR 54 (1999): 301–22.

MACGENNIS, H. “Warrior Saints, Warfare, and the Hagiography of Ælfric of Eynsham.” TR 56 (2001): 27–51.

UPCHURCH, R. K. “For Pastoral Care and Political Gain: Ælfric of Eynsham’s Preaching on Marital Celibacy.” TR 59 (2004): 39–78.

JOLLY, K. L. “Prayers from the Field: Practical Protection and Demonic Defense in Anglo-Saxon England.” TR 61 (2006): 95–47.

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

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.

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

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

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

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

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

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.

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

HIRSH, J. C. “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.

Medieval Theology

LANDGRAF, A. “Studien zur Theologie des zwölften Jahrhunderts: I. Nominalismus in den theologischen Werken der zweiten Hälfte des zwölften Jahrhunderts; II. Literarische Bemerkungen zu den Sentenzen des Robertus Pullus.” TR 1 (1943): 183–222.

LANDGRAF, A. “A Quaestio by Master Udo.” TR 2 (1944): 491–92.

LAIRD, C. “Character and Growth of the ‘Manuel des Pechiez.’” TR 4 (1946): 253–306.

CHARLIER, C. “Une oeuvre inconnue de Florus de Lyon: La collection ‘De fide’ de Montpellier.” TR 8 (1952): 81–110.

HARING, N. M. “The Commentary of Gilbert of Poitiers on Boethius’ ‘De hebdomadibus.’” TR 9 (1953): 177–212.

COLKER, M. L. “Heinrici Augustensis Planctus Evae.” TR 12 (1956): 149–230.

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

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

BLOOMFIELD, M. W. “Joachim of Flora: A Critical Survey of His Canon, Teachings, Sources, Biography, and Influence.” TR 13 (1957): 249–312.

BARON, R. “Hugues de Saint-Victor: Contribution à un nouvel examen de son oeuvre.” TR 15 (1959): 223–98.

KERTZ, K. G. “Meister Eckhart’s Teaching on the Birth of the Divine Word in the Soul.” TR 15 (1959): 327–64.

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

BOLTON, W. F. “A Bede Bibliography: 1935–1960.” TR 18 (1962): 436–46.

COLKER, M. L. “Richard of Saint Victor and the Anonymous of Bridlington.” TR 18 (1962): 181–228.

McNALLY, R. E. “‘Christus’ in the Pseudo-Isidorian ‘Liber de Ortu et Obitu Patriarcharum.’” TR 21 (1965): 167–84.

COMBES, A.. F. RUELLO and P. VIGNAUX. “Jean de Ripa I Sent. Dist. XXXVII: ‘De modo inexistendi divinae essentiae in omnibus creaturis.’” TR 23 (1967): 191–268.

GILLESPIE, R. E. “Robert Holcot’s Quodlibeta.” TR 27 (1971): 480–90.

DAVIS, L. D. “Hincmar of Rheims as a Theologian of the Trinity.” TR 27 (1971): 455–67.

ROSENTHAL, J. T. “Bede’s Use of Miracles in ‘The Ecclesiastical History.’” TR 31 (1975): 328–35.

HOHMANN, T. “Initienregister der Werke Heinrichs von Langenstein.” TR 32 (1976): 399–426.

COURTENAY, W. J. “The Sentences-Commentary of Stukle: A New Source for Oxford Theology in the Fourteenth Century.” TR 34 (1978): 435–38.

REEVES, M. “The Originality and Influence of Joachim of Fiore.” TR 36 (1980): 269–316.

CRAUN, E. D. “Inordinata locutio: Blasphemy in Pastoral Literature, 1200–1500.” TR 39 (1983): 135–62.

IMBACH, R. “Das Centheologicon des Heymericus de Campo und die darin enthaltenen Cusanus-Reminiszenzen: Hinweise und Materialien.” TR 39 (1983): 466–77.

BARROW, J. “Tractatus Magistri Petri Abaielardi De sacramento altaris.” TR 40 (1984): 328–36.

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

KALUZA, Z. “La nature des écrits de Jean de Ripa.” TR 43 (1987): 257–98.

BURR, D. “Olivi, Apocalyptic Expectation, and Visionary Experience.” TR 41 (1985): 273–88.

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

GOERING, J. “The Invention of Transubstantiation.” TR 46 (1991): 147–70.

CAVADINI, J. “The Sources and Theology of Alcuin’s De fide sanctae et individuae Trinitatis.” TR 46 (1991): 123–46.

KARRAS, R. M. “Gendered Sin and Misogyny in John of Bromyard’s ‘Summa Predicantium.’” TR 47 (1992): 233–58.

CHAZELLE, C. “Figure, Character, and the Glorified Body in the Carolingian Eucharistic Controversy.” TR 47 (1992): 1–36.

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

TESKE, R. J. “William of Auvergne and the Manichees.” TR 48 (1993): 63–75.

AVALOS, H. I. “The Biblical Sources of Columbus’s Libro de las Profecias.” TR 49 (1994): 331–35.

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

DIPPLE, G. L. “Uthred and the Friars: Apostolic Poverty and Clerical Dominion between FitzRalph and Wyclif.” TR 49 (1994): 235–58.

JEWETT, M., and R. J. LONG. “A Newly Discovered Witness of Fishacre’s Sentence-Commentary: University of Chicago MS 156.” TR 50 (1995): 342–45.

REINHARDT, K. “Werke des heymericus de Campo (+1460) im Codex Cusanus.” TR 50 (1995): 295–310.

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

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

HEIL, J. “‘Nos Nescientes de Hoc Velle Manere’ — ‘We Wish to Remain Ignorant about This’?: Timeless End, or: Approaches to Reconceptualizing Eschatology after A.D. 800 (A.M. 6000).” TR 55 (2000): 73–103.

GORMAN, M. “Christ as Composite according to Aquinas.” TR 55 (2000): 143–57.

CAROTI, S. “Modi rerum and Materialism: A Note on a Quotation of a Condemned Articulus in Some Fourteenth-Century Parisian De anima Commentaries.” TR 55 (2000): 211–34.

KAUP, MATTHIAS, AND ROBERT E. LERNER. “Gentile of Foligno Interprets the Prophecy ‘Woe to the World,’ with an Edition and English Translation.” TR 56 (2001): 149–211.

ELUKIN, J. “Judaism: From Heresy to Pharisee in Early Medieval Christian Literature.” TR 57 (2002): 49–66.

IRIBARREN, I. “Some Points of Contention in Medieval Trinitatian Theology: The Case of Durandus of Saint-Pourçain in the Early Fourteenth Century.” TR 57 (2002): 289–315.

NODES, D. J. “Scholasticism and New Philology: Giles of Viterbo, O.E.S.A (1469–1532) on Divine Generation.” TR 57 (2002): 317–40.

SMYTH, M. “The Origins of Purgatory through the Lens of Seventh-Century Irish Eschatology.” TR 58 (2003): 91–132.

INGLIS, J. “A Rationale for Material Elements in Christ’s Human Cognition: Reading Aquinas within His Dominican Theological and Political Context.” TR 58 (2003): 257–84.

KITANOV, S. V. “Displeasure in Heaven, Pleasure in Hell: Four Franciscan Masters on the Relationship between Love and Pleasure, and Hatred and Displeasure.” TR 58 (2003): 285–340.

LERNER, ROBERT, and CHRISTINE MOREROD. “The Vision of ‘John, Hermit of the Asturias’: Lucas of Tuy, Apostolic Religion, and Eschatological Expectations.” TR 61 (2006): 195–225.

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

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

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

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

Medieval Arts and Philosophy

Medieval Ethics and Political Theory

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

GIOCARINIS, K. “An Unpublished Late Thirteenth-Century Commentary on the Nicomachean Ethics of Aristotle.” TR 15 (1959): 299–326.

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

DUNBABIN, J. “Robert Grosseteste as Translator, Transmitter, and Commentator: The ‘Nicomachean Ethics.’” TR 28 (1972): 460–72.

McCREADY, W. D. “The Problem of the Empire in Augustinus Triumphus and Late Medieval Papal Hierocratic Theory.” TR 30 (1974): 325–50.

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

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

EMERY, K. “Reading the World Rightly and Squarely: Bonaventure’s Doctrine of the Cardinal Virtues.” TR 39 (1983): 183–99.

DUNBABIN, J. “Guido Vernani of Rimini’s Commentary on Aristotle’s Politics.” TR 44 (1988): 373–88.

NEDERMAN, C. J. “Nature, Ethics, and the Doctrine of ‘Habitus’: Aristotelian Moral Psychology in the Twelfth Century.” TR 45 (1989): 87–110.

COLISH, M. L. “Habitus Revisited: A Reply to Cary Nederman.” TR 48 (1993): 77–92.

Medieval Grammar, Logic, Rhetoric, and Poetry

KRAPPE, A. H. “The Indian Provenance of a Medieval Exemplum.” TR 2 (1944): 499–501.

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

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

GRABMANN, M. “Adenulf von Anagni, Propst von Saint-Omer (1290): Ein Freund und Schüler des hl. Thomas von Aquin.” TR 5 (1947): 269–84.

NEHRING, A. “A Note on Functional Linguistics in the Middle Ages.” TR 9 (1953): 430–34.

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

MARTIN, J. “Ein mittelalterlicher Lucankommentar?” TR 11 (1955): 400–8.

COLKER, M. L. “Fulcoii Belvacensis Epistulae.” TR 10 (1954): 191–274.

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

LUTZ, C. E. “Remigius’ Ideas on the Classification of the Seven Liberal Arts.” TR 12 (1956): 65–86.

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

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

LOHR, C. H. “Logica Algazelis: Introduction and Critical Text.” TR 21 (1965): 223–90.

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

FREDBORG, K. M. “L. NIELSEN, and J. PINBORG, Un Unedited Part of Roger Bacon’s Opus maius ‘De signis.’” TR 34 (1978): 75–136.

BURSILL-HALL, G. L. “A Check-List of Incipits of Medieval Latin Grammatical Treatises: A–G.” TR 34 (1978): 439–74.

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

ELLIOTT, A. “The Bedraggled Cupid: Ovidian Satire in Carmina Burana 105.” TR 37 (1981): 426–36.

ORME, N. “A Grammatical Miscellany of 1427–1465 from Bristol and Wiltshire.” TR 38 (1982): 301–26.

LOHR, C. H., P. KUNZE and B. MUSSLER. “William of Sherwood, Introductiones in logicam: Critical Text.” TR 39 (1983): 219–99.

McDONOUGH, C. J. “Two Poems of Hugh Primas Reconsidered, 18 and 23.” TR 39 (1983): 115–34.

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

OVERSTREET, S. A. “Grammaticus ludens: Theological Aspects of Langland’s Grammatical Allegory.” TR 40 (1984): 251–96.

BASWELL, C. “The Medieval Allegorization of the Aeneid: MS Cambridge, Peterhouse 158.” TR 41 (1985): 181–238.

BROWN, S. F. “Petrus Joannis Olivi, Quaestiones logicales: Critical Text.” TR 42 (1986): 335–88.

BOND, G. A. “Iocus amoris: The Poetry of Baudri of Bougueil and the Formation of the Ovidian Subculture.” TR 42 (1986): 143–95.

OLSON, G. “The Medieval Fortunes of Theatrica.” TR 42 (1986): 265–86.

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

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.

NEEL, C. “Man’s Restoration: Robert of Auxerre and the Writing of History in the Early Thirteenth Century.” TR 44 (1988): 253–74.

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

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

O’CONNOR, E. M. “More on the Priapeum of Jacobus Cremonensis.” TR 45 (1989): 389–91.

CAMARGO, M. “A Twelfth-Century Treatise on ‘Dictamen’ and Metaphor.” TR 47 (1992): 161–214.

IWAKUMA, Y. “‘Vocales’ or Early Nominalists.” TR 47 (1992): 37–112.

McCARREN, V. P. “Bristol University MS DM 1 — A Fragment of the Medulla Grammatice: An Edition.” TR 48 (1993): 173–235.

GLAESKE, K. “Eve in Anglo-Saxon Retellings of the Harrowing of Hell.” TR 54 (1999): 81–101.

KAY, R. “Walter of Coventry and the Barnwell Chronicle.” TR 54 (1999): 141–67.

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

DI LISCIA, DANIEL A. “Der von Amplonius Rattinck dem Oresme zugeschriebene Tractatus de terminis confundentibus und dessen verschollene Handschrift (Hs. Pommersfelden, Graf von Schönborn Schloßbibliothek, 236 [2858]).” TR 56 (2001): 89–112.

FLORIO, R. “Discere-Docere: Tertuliano y Alcuino frente a la paideia oficial.” TR 64 (2009): 105–138.

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

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

MENSA I VALLS, J. “Arnau de Vilanova, el “Pequeño Cristo”: Significado y sentido del neologismo christinus en su obra espirituel.” TR 70 (2015): 263–280.

IRELAND, C. A. “Vernacular Poets in Bede and Muirchú: A Comparative Study of Early Insular Cultural Histories.” TR 71 (2016): 33–62.

Medieval Mathematics, Natural Science, and Medicine

HENNIG, J. “Versus de mensibus.” TR 11 (1955): 65–90.

NEWTON, F. “Lawrence of Amalfi’s Mathematical Teaching.” TR 21 (1965): 445–48.

FISHER, N. W., and S. UNGURU. “Experimental Science and Mathematics in Roger Bacon’s Thought.” TR 27 (1971): 353–78.

GRANT, E. “Medieval Explanations and Interpretations of the Dictum that ‘Nature abhors a Vacuum.’” TR 29 (1973): 327–56.

McVAUGH, M. “The ‘Humidum Radicale’ in Thirteenth-Century Medicine.” TR 30 (1974): 259–84.

MOLLAND, A. G. “Roger Bacon as Magician.” TR 30 (1974): 445–60.

KIBRE, P. “Hippocrates Latinus: Repertorium of Hippocratic Writings in the Latin Middle Ages.” TR 31 (1975): 99–126; TR 32 (1976): 257–92; TR 33 (1977): 253–96; TR 34 (1978): 193–226; TR 35 (1979): 273–302; TR 36 (1980): 347–72; TR 37 (1981): 267–90; TR 38 (1982): 165–92.

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

LIVESEY, S. J., and R. H. ROUSE. “Nimrod the Astronomer.” TR 37 (1981): 203–66.

BONO, J. J. “Medical Spirits and the Medieval Language of Life.” TR 40 (1984): 91–130.

CADDEN, J. “It Takes All Kinds: Sexuality and Gender Differences in Hildegard of Bingen’s Book of Compound Medicine.” TR 40 (1984): 149–74.

EDWARDS, G. M. “The Two Redactions of Michael Scot’s Liber introductorius 329.” TR 41 (1985): 329–40.

DURLING, R. J. “Burgundio of Pisa’s Translation of Galen’s De Interioribus.” TR 42 (1986): 439–42.

JORDAN, M. D. “Medicine as Science in the Early Commentaries on ‘Johannitius.’” TR 43 (1987): 121–46.

KUCZYNSKI, M. P. “A New Manuscript of Nicholas of Lynn’s Kalendarium: MS Chapel Hill 522 fols. 159–202.” TR 43 (1987): 299–319.

DURLING, R. J. “A Guide to the Medical Manuscripts Mentioned in Kristeller’s Iter Italicum.” TR 44 (1988): 485–536 (I–II); TR 41 (1985): 341–66 (III); TR 46 (1991): 347–79 (IV); TR 48 (1993): 253–316 (V–VI).

CLARK, R. J. “Peter of Eboli, De Balneis Puteolanis: Manuscripts from the Aragonese Scriptorium in Naples.” TR 45 (1989): 380–89.

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

LONG, R. J. “The Anonymous Peterhouse Master and the Natural Philosophy of Plants.” TR 46 (1991): 313–26.

OTTE, J. K. “An Anonymous Oxford Commentary on Aristotle’s De generatione et corruptione.” TR 46 (1991): 326–36.

DEMAITRE, L. “The Medical Notion of ‘Withering’ From Galen to the Fourteenth Century: The Treatise on Marasmus by Bernard of Gordon.” TR 47 (1992): 259–307.

LARRAIN, C. J. “Galen, De motibus dubiis: Die lateinische Übersetzung des Niccolo da Reggio.” TR 49 (1994): 171–233.

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

DURLING, R. J. “The Anonymous Translation of Aristotle’s De Generatione et Corruptione (Translatio Vetus).” TR 49 (1994): 320–30.

KEELE, RONDO. “Richard Lavenham’s De causis naturalibus: A Critical Edition.” TR 56 (2001): 113–47.

GASPER, G. E. M. and F. WALLIS. “Anselm and the Articella.” TR 59 (2004): 129–74.

FERRACES RODRIGUEZ, A. “Dos fragmentos ineditos de la antigua traduccion latina del De plantis duodecim signis et septem panetis subiectis atribuido a Tesalo de Tralles.” TR 59 (2004): 369–82.

FORTUNA, STEFANIA, and ANNAMARIA RAIA. “Corrigenda and Addenda to Diels’ Galenica by Richard J. Durling: III. Manuscripts and Editions.” TR 61 (2006): 1–30.

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

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

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

VON PERGER, MISCHA. “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.

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

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

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

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

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.

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

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.

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.

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

Medieval Philosophy

BÖHNER, P. “The Notitia Intuitiva of Non-Existents According to William Ockham: With a Critical Study of the Text of Ockham’s Reportatio and a Revised Edition of Rep. II.Q.14–15.” TR 1 (1943): 223–76.

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

BÖHNER, P. “The Realistic Conceptualism of William Ockham.” TR 4 (1946): 307–36.

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

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

MINIO-PALUELLO, L. “Iacobus Veneticus Grecus: Canonist and Translator of Aristotle.” TR 8 (1952): 265–304.

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

DALES, R. C. “Robert Grosseteste’s Treatise ‘De finitate motus et temporis.’” TR 19 (1963): 245–66.

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

BRAMPTON, C. K. “The Probable Order of Ockham’s Non-polemical Works.” TR 19 (1963): 469–82.

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

LOHR, C. H. “Algazel Latinus: Further Manuscripts.” TR 22 (1966): 444–45.

———. “Medieval Latin Aristotle Commentaries.” TR 23 (1967): 313–414 (Authors A–F); TR 24 (1968): 149–246 (G–I); TR 26 (1970): 135–216 (Jacobus–Johannes Juff); TR 27 (1971): 251–352 (Johannes de Kanthi–Myngodus); TR 28 (1972): 281–396 (Narcissus–Richardus); TR 29 (1973): 93–198 (Robertus–Wilgelmus); TR 30 (1974): 119–44 (Supplementary Authors).

———. “Aristotelica Matritensia.” TR 53 (1998): 251–308.

———. “Aristotelica Berolinensia.” TR 54 (1999): 353–423.

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

LOHR, C. H. “Aristotle in the West: Some Recent Books.” TR 25 (1969): 419–30.

McCORD-ADAMS, M. “Intuitive Cognition, Certainty, and Scepticism in William Ockham.” TR 26 (1970): 389–98.

ALLEN, J. B. “An Anonymous Twelfth-Century ‘De natura deorum’ in the Bodleian Library.” TR 26 (1970): 352–63.

COURTENAY, W. J. “The King and the Leaden Coin: The Economic Background of ‘Sine qua non’ Causality.” TR 28 (1972): 185–210.

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

BOLTON, D. K. “Remigian Commentaries on the ‘Consolation of Philosophy’ and Their Sources.” TR 33 (1977): 381–93.

CRANZ, F. E. “The Publishing History of the Aristotle Commentaries of Thomas Aquinas.” TR 34 (1978): 157–92.

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

HALL, J. B. “Notes on the ‘Entheticus’ of John of Salisbury.” TR 39 (1983): 444–46.

HEINZER, F. “Zu einem unbeachteten Maximuszitat in Periphyseon des Johannes Scottus Eriugena.” TR 40 (1984): 300–6.

LAIRD, W. R. “Robert Grosseteste on the Subalternate Sciences.” TR 43 (1987): 147–70.

DALES, R. C. “Early Latin Discussions of the Eternity of the World in the Thirteenth Century.” TR 43 (1987): 171–98.

CELANO, A. J. “Boethius of Dacia: On the Highest Good.” TR 43 (1987): 199–214.

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

MEWS, C. J. “In Search of a Name and Its Significance: A Twelfth-Century Anecdote about Thierry and Peter Abaelard.” TR 44 (1988): 171–200.

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

LONG, R. J. “Adam of Buckfield and John Sackville: Some Notes on Philadelphia Free Library MS Lewis European 53.” TR 45 (1989): 364–67.

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

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

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

BROWN, S. F. “Peter Aureoli ‘De unitate conceptus entis’ (Reportatio Parisiensis in I Sententiarum dist. 2, p. 1, qq. 1–3 et p. 2, qq. 1–2).” TR 50 (1995): 199–248.

JEAUNEAU, E. “Le Cogito Érigénien.” TR 50 (1995): 95–110.

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

LARRAIN, C. J. “Kommentar zu Galen De Motibus dubiis in der mittelalterlichen lateinischen Übersetzung des Niccolò da Reggio.” TR 51 (1996): 1–41.

CASTER, K. J. “The Real Distinction Between Being and Essence According to William of Auvergne.” TR 51 (1996): 201–23.

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.

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

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

LINES, D. A. “The Commentary Literature on Aristotle’s Nichomachean Ethics in Early Renaissance Italy: Preliminary Considerations.” TR 54 (1999): 245–82.

TESKE, R. J. “William of Auvergne on Time and Eternity.” TR 55 (2000): 125–41.

LOHR, C. H. “The Arabic Background to Ramon Lull’s Liber chaos (ca. 1285). TR 55 (2000): 159–70.

VON PERGER, M. “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.

TESKE, R. “William of Auvergne on the Various States of Our Nature.” TR 58 (2003): 201–18.

REYNOLDS, P. “Bonaventure's Theory of Resemblance.” TR 58 (2003): 219–56.

DE MOWBRAY, M. “Philosophy as Handmaid of Theology: Biblical Exegesis in the Service of Scholarship.” TR 59 (2004): 1–38.

VON PERGER, M. “Walter Burleys letzter Kommentar zu Aristotles, De interpretatione, Kap. 14 (nebst corrigenda zu verwandten Texten Burleys). TR 59 (2004): 317–38.

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

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.

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

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

Medieval Literature

Medieval English and Germanic Literature

JEREMY, M. “Caxton and the ‘Synfulle Wretche.’” TR 4 (1946): 423–28.

MARIE, J. “The Cross in the Towneley Plays.” TR 5 (1947): 331–34.

KREUZER, J. R. “Thomas Brampton’s Metrical Paraphrase of the Seven Penitential Psalms: A Diplomatic Edition.” TR 7 (1949–51): 359–404.

BLOOMFIELD, M. W. “Beowulf and Christian Allegory: An Interpretation of Unferth.” TR 7 (1949–51): 410–15.

DONAHUE, C. “Beowulf, Ireland and the Natural Good.” TR 7 (1949–51): 263–78.

KELLOGG, A. L. “St. Augustine and the Parson’s Tale.” TR 8 (1952): 424–30.

BRADY, M. T. “The Pore Caitif: An Introductory Study.” TR 10 (1954): 529–48.

MAGOUN, F. P. “Chaucer’s Summary of Statius’ Thebaid II–XII.” TR 11 (1955): 409–20.

KELLOGG, A. L. “Note on Line 274 of the ‘Pearl.’” TR 12 (1956): 406–08.

DENISE, M. “The Orchard of Syon: An Introduction.” TR 14 (1958): 269–94.

KELLOGG, A. L. “Langland and Two Scriptural Texts.” TR 14 (1958): 385–98.

KASKE, R. E. “Two Cruxes in ‘Pearl’: 596 and 609–10.” TR 15 (1959): 418–27.

HAZELTON, R. “Chaucer’s Parson’s Tales and the ‘Moralium dogma philosophorum.’” TR 16 (1960): 255–74.

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

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

BATTS, M. S. “The Origins of Numerical Symbolism and Numerical Patterns in Medieval German Literature.” TR 20 (1964): 462–72.

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

GATCH, M. “Eschatology in the Anonymous Old English Homilies.” TR 21 (1965): 117–66.

DONAHUE, C. “Beowulf and Christian Tradition: A Reconsideration from a Celtic Stance.” TR 21 (1965): 55–116.

FLEMING, J. V. “The Dream of the Rood and Anglo-Saxon Monasticism.” TR 22 (1966): 43–72.

DAVIDSON, C. “The Unity of the Wakefield ‘Mactatio Abel.’” TR 23 (1967): 495–500.

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

KASKE, R. E. “A Poem of the Cross in the Exeter Book: ‘Riddle 60’ and ‘The Husband’s Message.’” TR 23 (1967): 41–72.

BLENKER, L. “The Theological Structure of ‘Pearl.’” TR 24 (1968): 43–76.

PACE, G. B. “Gawain and Michaelmas.” TR 25 (1969): 404–10.

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

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

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

HILL, T. D. “Sapiential Structure and Figural Narrative in the Old English ‘Elene.’” TR 27 (1971): 159–78.

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

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

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

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

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

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

VICKREY, J. F. “‘Exodus’ and the ‘Herba Humilis.’” TR 31 (1975): 25–54.

GROOS, A. “‘Amor and His Brother Cupid’: The ‘Two Loves’ in Heinrich von Veldeke’s ‘Eneit.’” TR 32 (1976): 239–56.

HALL, J. R. “The Oldest English Epic of Redemption: The Theological Unity of MS Junius 11.” TR 32 (1976): 185–208.

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

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

ADAMS, R. “The Nature of Need in Piers Plowman XX.” TR 34 (1978): 273–302.

HEFFERNAN, T. J. “Additional Evidence for a More Precise Date of the ‘South English Legendary.’” TR 35 (1979): 345–51.

BRADY, M. T. “Rolle’s Form of Living and The Pore Caitif.” TR 36 (1980): 426–35.

HILL, T. D. “The Evisceration of Bródir in Brennu-Njáls Saga.” TR 37 (1981): 437–44.

DUMVILLE, D. N. “Beowulf and the Celtic World: The Use of Evidence.” TR 37 (1981): 109–60.

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

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

BARRATT, A. “The Characters ‘Civil’ and ‘Theology’ in Piers Plowman.” TR 38 (1982): 352–64.

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

MINNIS, A. “Affection and Imagination in The Cloud of Unknowing and Hilton’s Scale of Perfection.” TR 39 (1983): 323–66.

ADAMS, R. “Pier’s Pardon and Langland’s Semi-Pelagianism.” TR 39 (1983): 367–418.

BRADY, M. T. “Rolle and the Pattern of Tracts in The Pore Caitif.” TR 39 (1983): 456–65.

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

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

BURCHMORE, S. “Traditional Exegesis and the Question of Guilt in the Old English Genesis B 117.” TR 41 (1985): 117–44.

LEES, C. A. “Theme and Echo in an Anonymous Old English Homily for Easter.” TR 42 (1986): 115–42.

HARRIS, J. “Deor and Its Refrain: Preliminaries to an Interpretation.” TR 43 (1987): 23–54.

FINLAYSON, J. Alliterative Narrative Poetry: The Control of the Medium.” TR 44 (1988): 419–52.

McDOUGALL, D. “‘Pseudo-Augustinian’ Passages in Jons saga baptista 2 and the Fourth Grammatical Treatise.” TR 44 (1988): 463–83.

BRADY, M. T. “Lollard Sources of The Pore Caitif.” TR 44 (1988): 389–418.

HILL, T. D. “The ‘Variegated Obit’ as an Historiographic Motif in Old English Poetry and Anglo-Latin Historical Literature.” TR 44 (1988): 101–24.

BIGGS, F. M. “The Fourfold Division of Souls: The Old English Christ 111 and the Insular Homiletic Tradition.” TR 45 (1989): 35–52.

OVERSTREET, S. A. “Langland’s Elusive Plowman.” TR 45 (1989): 257–341.

GARDINER-SCOTT, T. “The Missing Link: An Edition of the Middle English Ypotis from York Minster MS XVI.L.12.” TR 46 (1991): 235–60.

CARLSON, P. J. “Lady Meed and God’s Meed: The Grammar of Piers Plowman B 3 and C 4.” TR 46 (1991): 291–311.

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

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

GALLOWAY, A. “A Fifteenth-Century Confession Sermon on ‘Unkyndeness’ (CUL MS Gg 6.26) and Its Literary Parallels and Parodies.” TR 49 (1994): 259–69.

KIM, M. “The Politics of Consuming Worldly Goods: Negotiating Christian Discipline and Feudal Power in Piers Plowman.” TR 59 (2004): 339–68.

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

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

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

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

IRELAND, C. A. “Vernacular Poets in Bede and Muirchú: A Comparative Study of Early Insular Cultural Histories.” TR 71 (2016): 33–62.

Medieval Romance Languages and Literature

LEWENT, K. “The ‘Pistola’ of Cerveri de Girona.” TR 6 (1948): 161–86.

EISLER, R. “Danse Macabre.” TR 6 (1948): 187–226.

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

HATCHER, A. G. “The Old-French Poem St. Alexis: A Mathematical Demonstration.” TR 8 (1952): 111–58.

MISRAHI, J. “The Loherain Cycle: A Project Completed.” TR 9 (1953): 435–38.

MAZZEO, J. A. “Plato’s Eros and Dante’s Amore.” TR 12 (1956): 315–38.

MAZZEO, J. A. “Light Metaphysics, Dante’s ‘Convivio’ and the Letter to Can Grande Della Scala.” TR 14 (1958): 191–230.

KASKE, R. E. “Dante’s ‘DXV’ and ‘Veltro.’” TR 17 (1961): 185–254.

HARDIE, C. “Cacciaguida’s Prophecy in ‘Paradiso’ 17.” TR 19 (1963): 267–94.

HIEATT, C. “Roland’s Christian Heroism.” TR 24 (1968): 420–28.

KELLY, D. “Courtly Love in Perspective: The Hierarchy of Love in Andreas Capellanus.” TR 24 (1968): 119–48.

MOORE, J. C. “Love in Twelfth-Century France: A Failure in Synthesis.” TR 24 (1968): 429–42.

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

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

GRACIA, J. J. E. “Rules and Regulations for Drinking Wine in Francesc Eiximenis’ ‘Terc del Crestià’ (1384).” TR 32 (1976): 369–85.

GIBALDI, J., and R. A. LAFLEUR. “Vanni Fucci and Laocoon: Servius as Possible Intermediary Between Vergil and Dante.” TR 32 (1976): 386–98.

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

MUSSETTER, S. A. “Inferno XXX: Dante’s Counterfeit Adam.’ TR 34 (1978): 427–34.

KIRKHAM, V. “Numerology and Allegory in Boccaccio’s Caccia di Diana.” TR 34 (1978): 303–30.

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

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

BUETTNER, B. “The Good Friday Scene in Chrétien de Troyes’ Perceval.” TR 36 (1980): 415–25.

EMMERSON, R. K., and R. B. HERZMAN. “Antichrist, Simon Magus, and Dante’s Inferno XIX.” TR 36 (1980): 373–98.

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

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

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

FRIEDMAN, J. B. “Medieval Cartography and Inferno XXXIV: Lucifer’s Three Faces Reconsidered.” TR 39 (1983): 447–55.

MARTI, K. “Dante’s ‘Baptism’ and the Theology of the Body in Purgatorio 1–2.” TR 45 (1989): 167–90.

CORNISH, A. “The Epistle of James in Inferno 26.” TR 45 (1989): 367–79.

GINSBERG, W. “Dante, Ovid and the Transformation of Metamorphosis.” TR 46 (1991): 205–34.

HERZMAN, R., and G. TOWSLEY. “Squaring the Circle: Paradiso 33 and the Poetics of Geometry.” TR 49 (1994): 95–125.

DePROOST, P.-A. “La mise en scène d’un drame intérieure dans le poème Sur le péché originel d’avit de Vienne.” TR 51 (1996): 43–72.

HANLY, M. “An Edition of Richard Eudes’s French Translation of Pietro da Eboli’s De balneis puteolanis.” TR 51 (1996): 225–55.

IRELAND, C. A. “Vernacular Poets in Bede and Muirchú: A Comparative Study of Early Insular Cultural Histories.” TR 71 (2016): 33–62.

Renaissance and Humanism

KRISTELLER, P. O. “The Scholastic Background of Marsilio Ficino. With an Edition of Unpublished Texts.” TR 2 (1944): 257–318.

DELCOURT, J. “Saint Thomas More and France.” TR 5 (1947): 285–310.

LAURENT, M. H. “Alde Manuzio l’Ancien, éditeur de S. Catherine de Sienne (1500).” TR 6 (1948): 357–64.

MOMMSEN, T. E. “Rudolph Agricola’s Life of Petrarch.” TR 8 (1952): 367–86.

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

ILARDI, V. “‘Italianità’ among Some Italian Intellectuals in the Early Sixteenth Century.” TR 12 (1956): 339–68.

ANDERSON, W. S. “Valla, Juvenal and Probus.” TR 21 (1965): 383–424.

O’MALLEY, J. W. “Giles of Viterbo: A Sixteenth-Century Text on Doctrinal Development.” TR 22 (1966): 445–50.

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

MARIUS, R. C. “Thomas More and the Early Church Fathers.” TR 24 (1968): 379–408.

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

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

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

O’MALLEY, J. W. “Fulfillment of the Christian Golden Age under Pope Julius II: Text of a Discourse of Giles of Viterbo, 1507.” TR 25 (1969): 265–338.

BERRIGAN, J. R. “The Prehumanism of Benzo d’Alessandria.” TR 25 (1969): 249–64.

McGOVERN, J. F. “The Rise of New Economic Attitudes During the Later Middle Ages and the Renaissance, A.D. 1200–1500.” TR 26 (1970): 217–54.

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

KOHL, B. G. “The Works of Giovanni di Conversino da Ravenna: A Catalogue of Manuscripts and Editions.” TR 31 (1975): 349–68.

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

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

ARDISSINO, E. “Saggio per l’edizione critica dell’Ovidio Metamorfoseos Vulgare di Giovanni di Bonsignori: Il Proemio e l’Esordio.” TR 48 (1993): 107–71.

CELENZA, C. S. “The Will of Cardinal Giordano Orsini (ob. 1438).” TR 51 (1996): 257–86.

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

LOHR, C. “Nicholas Cusanus and Ramon Lull: A Comparison of Three Texts on Human Knowledge.” TR 59 (2004): 229–316.

History of Ideas

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.

ALLERS, R. “Microcosmus: From Anaximandros to Paracelsus.” TR 2 (1944): 319–408.

LADNER, G. B. “The History of Ideas in the Christian Middle Ages from the Fathers to Dante in America and Canadian Publications of the Years 1940–1952.” TR 9 (1953): 439–514.

GREENHILL, E. S. “The Child in the Tree: A Study of the Cosmological Tree in Christian Tradition.” TR 10 (1954): 323–72.

LADNER, G. B. “Varia Archaeologica et Ideologica.” TR 16 (1960): 425–521.

HERLIHY, D. “Land, Family and Women in Continental Europe, 701–1200.” TR 18 (1962): 89–120.

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

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.

LERNER, R. E. “Refreshment of the Saints: The Time after Antichrist as a Station for Early Progress in Medieval Thought.” TR 32 (1976): 97–144.

FLORI, J. “Les origines de l’adoubement chevaleresque: Étude des remises d’armes et du vocabulaire qui les exprime dans les sources historiques latines jusqu’au début du 13e siècle.” TR 35 (1979): 209–72.

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

LIMOR, O. “The Origins of a Tradition: King David’s Tomb on Mount Zion.” TR 44 (1988): 453–62.

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

Other Cultures

Coptica, Georgia, Iberia, Caucasia, Armenia, Hungary, Slavdom

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

KAMMERER, W. “A Coptic Bibliography.” TR 2 (1944): 507–12.

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

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

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

HIGGINS, M. J. “Date of the Martyrdom of Simeon Bar Sabbae.” TR 11 (1955): 1–36.

HALECKI, O. “The Tradition of Medieval Slavdom: New Interpretation.” TR 14 (1958): 401–21.

TOUMANOFF, C. “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).

DER NERSESSIAN, S. “An Armenian Bibliology.” TR 16 (1960): 419–24.

KOSZTOLNYIK, Z. J. “The Importance of Gerard of Csanád as the First Author in Hungary.” TR 25 (1969): 376–85.

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

Arabica, Judaica

MESSENGER, R. E. “Mozarabic Hymns in Relation to Contemporary Culture in Spain.” TR 4 (1946): 149–78.

LANGMUIR, G. I. “‘Judei nostri’ and the Beginning of Capetian Legislation.” TR 16 (1960): 203–40.

———. “The Jews and the Archives of Angevin England: Reflections on Medieval Anti-Semitism.” TR 19 (1963): 183–244.

GOLDIN, J. “A Philosophical Session in a Tannaite Academy.” TR 21 (1965): 1–22.

HILL, T. D. “Hebrews, Israelites, and Wicked Jews: An Onomastic Crux in ‘Andreas’ 161–167.” TR 32 (1976): 358–60.

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.

COHEN, J. “The Jews as Killers of Christ in the Latin Tradition, from Augustine to the Friars.” TR 39 (1983): 1–28.

HILLGARTH, J. N. “Sources for the History of the Jews of Mallorca.” TR 50 (1995): 334–41.

URVOY, D. “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.

LOURIE, E. “Black Women Warriors in the Muslim Army Besieging Valencia and the Cid’s Victory: Problems of Interpretation.” TR 55 (2000): 181–209.

HAMES, HARVEY J. “Elia del Medigo: An Archetype of the Halachic Man?” TR 56 (2001): 213–27.

ELUKIN, J. “Judaism: From Heresy to Pharisee in Early Medieval Christian Literature.” TR 57 (2002): 49–66.

SCHÖCK, C. “Möglichkeit und Wirklichkeit menschlichen Handelns. “Dynamis” (qūwa/qudra/istitāca) in der islamischen Theologie.” TR 59 (2004): 79–128.

WILLIAMS, B. “Glossa ordinaria and Glossa Hebraica — Midrash in Rashi and the Gloss.” TR 71 (2016): 179–202.