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Proceedings of the 1984 Symposium:
England in the Thirteenth Century, edited by W. M. Ormrod

M. T. Clanchy England in the Thirteenth Century: Power and Knowledge 1–14
Adelaide Bennett A Late Thirteenth-Century Psalter-Hours from London 15–30
Michael Camille Illustrations in Harley MS 3487 and the Perception of Aristotle’s Libri naturales in Thirteenth-Century England 31–44
D. A. Carpenter An Unknown Obituary of King Henry III from the Year 1263 45–51
E. C. Fernie Two Aspects of Bishop Walter de Suffield’s Lady Chapel at Norwich Cathedral 52–55
John Glenn A Note on a Syllogism of Robert Grosseteste 56–59
John Glenn Notes on the Mappa Mundi in Hereford Cathedral 60–63
Brian Golding Burials and Benefactions: an Aspect of Monastic Patronage in Thirteenth-Century England 64–75
George Henderson The Imagery of St Guthlac of Crowland 76–94
Virginia Jansen Lambeth Palace Chapel, the Temple Choir, and Southern English Gothic Architecture of c. 1215–1240 95–99
Flora Lewis The Veronica: Image, Legend and Viewer 100–106
Suzanne Lewis Giles de Bridport and the Abingdon Apocalypse 107–119
Michael Prestwich The Piety of Edward I 120–128
M. E. Roberts The Relic of the Holy Blood and the Iconography of the Thirteenth-Century North Transept Portal of Westminster Abbey 129–142
D. A. Stocker The Tomb and Shrine of Bishop Grosseteste in Lincoln Cathedral 143–148
Martin W. Walsh Performing Dame Sirith: Farce and Fabliaux at the End of the Thirteenth Century 149–165
Daniel Williams Simon de Montfort and his Adherents 166–177

Proceedings of the 1985 Symposium:
England in the Fourteenth Century, edited by W. M. Ormrod

Adelaide Bennett Anthony Bek’s Copy of Statuta Angliae 1–27
Paul Binski & David Park A Ducciesque Episode at Ely: The Mural Decorations of Prior Crauden’s Chapel 28–41
Lynda Dennison ‘The Fitzwarin Psalter and its Allies’: a Reappraisal 42–66
Anthony Goodman John of Gaunt 67–87
George Henderson A Royal Effigy at Arbroath 88–98
Michael Jones Edward III’s Captains in Brittany 99–118
Phillip Lindley The Fourteenth-Century Architectural Programme at Ely Cathedral 119–129
J. R. Maddicott Poems of Social Protest in Early Fourteenth-Century England 130–144
A. K. McHardy The Lincolnshire Clergy in the Later Fourteenth Century 145–151
Bernard William McLane Change in the Court of King’s Bench, 1291–1340: The Preliminary View from Lincolnshire 152–160
Richard K. Morris The Architecture of the Earls of Warwick in the Fourteenth Century 161–174
W. M. Ormrod The English Government and the Black Death of 1348–49 175–188
J. R. S. Phillips Edward II and the Prophets 189–201
M. E. Roberts John Carter at St. Stephen’s Chapel: a Romantic turns Archaeologist 202–212
Nicholas J. Rogers The Old Proctor’s Book: A Cambridge Manuscript of c. 1390 213–223
Lucy Freeman Sandler Face to Face with God: A Pictorial Image of the Beatific Vision 224–235
Kay Staniland Court Style, Painters, and the Great Wardrobe 236–246
John Taylor The French Prose Brut: Popular History in Fourteenth-Century England 247–254
T. S. Tolley Some Historical Interests at Sherborne c. 1400 255–266
D. J. Turner Bodiam, Sussex: True Castle or Old Soldier’s Dream House? 267–277
Martin W. Walsh Divine Cuckold/Holy Fool: The Comic Image of Joseph in the English ‘Troubles’ Play 278–297
Nigel Wilkins En Regardant Vers Le Païs de France: the Ballade and the Rondeau, a Cross-Channel History 298–323

Proceedings of the 1986 Symposium:
England in the Fifteenth Century, edited by Daniel Williams

Ian Arthurson The King's Voyage into Scotland: The War that Never Was 1–22
Janet Backhouse Founders of the Royal Library: Edward IV and Henry VII as Collectors of Illuminated Manuscripts 23–41
Marian Campbell English Goldsmiths in the Fifteenth Century 43–52
Christine Carpenter The Religion of the Gentry of Fifteenth-Century England 53–74
A. S. G. Edwards The Manuscripts and Texts of the Second Version of John Hardyng’s Chronicle 75–84
P. W. Fleming The Hautes and their ‘Circle’: Culture and the English Gentry 85–102
John Glenn The World Map of Pierre d’Ailly 103–110
G. L. Harriss Henry Beaufort, ‘Cardinal of England’ 111–127
Michael K. Jones Collyweston – an Early Tudor Palace 129–141
George R. Keiser St Jerome and the Brigittines: Visions of the Afterlife in Fifteenth-Century England 143–152
Phillip Lindley Figure-Sculpture at Winchester in the Fifteenth Century: A New Chronology 153–166
S. J. Payling The Widening Franchise – Parliamentary Elections in Lancastrian Nottinghamshire 167–185
Ann Payne The Salisbury Rolls of Arms, c.1463 187–198
Colin Richmond The Sulyard Papers: The Rewards of a Small Family Archive 199–228
Nicholas J. Rogers Fitzwilliam Museum MS 3–1979: A Bury St Edmunds Book of Hours and the Origins of the Bury Style 229–243
Lynda Rollason English Alabasters in the Fifteenth Century 245–254
John Scattergood Fashion and Morality in the Late Middle Ages 255–272
Pamela Sheingorn The Bosom of Abraham Trinity: A Late Medieval All Saints Image 273–295
Kay Staniland Royal Entry into the World 297–313
R. L. Storey The Universities During the Wars of the Roses 315–327
Jenny Stratford The Manuscripts of John, Duke of Bedford: Library and Chapel 329–350
Pamela Tudor-Craig The Hours of Edward V and William Lord Hastings: British Library Manuscript Additional 54782 351–369
Daniel Williams The Crowland Chronicle, 616–1500 371–390

Proceedings of the 1987 Symposium:
Early Tudor England, edited by Daniel Williams

Janet Backhouse Illuminated Manuscripts and the Early Development of the Portrait Miniature 1–17
P. W. Fleming Household Servants of the Yorkist and Early Tudor Gentry 19–36
J. M. Fletcher & C. A. Upton Feasting in an Early Tudor College: The Example of Merton College, Oxford 37–59
John Glenn A Sixteenth-Century Library: the Francis Trigge Chained Library of St Wulfram's Church, Grantham 61–71
Christa Grössinger Humour and Folly in English Misericords of the First Quarter of the Sixteenth Century 73–85
S. J. Gunn The Act of Resumption of 1515 87–106
Andrew Martindale The Ashwellthorpe Triptych 107–123
Richard K. Morris Windows in Early Tudor Country Houses 125–138
Elizabeth Porges Watson The Denzill Holles Commonplace Book: Memoranda of a Country Gentleman, c. 1558 Nottingham University Lib. MS PV I 139–155
John Scattergood Skelton and Heresy 157–170
Pamela Sheingorn The Te Deum Altarpiece and the Iconography of Praise 171–182
Pamela Tudor-Craig Henry VIII and King David 183–205
Daniel Williams The Catesbys 1485–1568: The Restoration of a Family to Fortune, Grace and Favour 207–221
Janet Wilson The Sermons of Roger Edgeworth: Reformation Preaching in Bristol 223–240

Proceedings of the 1988 Symposium:
England in the Twelfth Century, edited by Daniel Williams

Adrian Ailes Heraldry in Twelfth-Century England: the Evidence 1–16
Jim Bradbury The Early Years of the Reign of Stephen, 1135–9 17–30
Marsha L. Dutton The Conversion and Vocation of Aelred of Rievaulx: a Historical Hypothesis 31–49
John Glenn Adelard of Bath and the Applications of Geometry: A Note 51–53
Antonia Gransden Prologues in the Historiography of Twelfth-Century England 55–81
Judith Green Aristocratic Loyalties on the Northern Frontier of England, c.1100–1174 83–100
P. D. A. Harvey Non-Agrarian Activities in Twelfth-Century English Estate Surveys 101–111
George Henderson Sortes Biblicae in Twelfth-Century England: the List of Episcopal Prognostics in Cambridge, Trinity College MS R.7.5 113–135
T. A. Heslop Romanesque Painting and Social Distinction: the Magi and the Shepherds 137–152
Henry Loyn Epic and Romance 153–163
John McLoughlin Amicitia in Practice: John of Salisbury (c. 1120–1180) and his Circle 165–181
Lyn Rodley The Writing on the Wall (or not): an Aspect of Byzantine Influence on Western Art 183–192
Jennifer M. Sheppard The Twelfth Century Library and Scriptorium at Buildwas: Assessing the Evidence 193–204
Pamela Tudor-Craig St Bernard and the Canterbury Capitals 205–217
Martin W. Walsh Babio: Toward a Performance Reconstruction of Secular Farce in Twelfth-Century England 219–240
Daniel Williams The Peverils and the Essebies 1066–1166: a Study in Early Feudal Relationships 241–259

Harlaxton Medieval Studies I (New Series)
Proceedings of the 1989 Symposium:
England in the Thirteenth Century, edited by W. M. Ormrod


Edmund King Estate Management and the Reform Movement 1–14
W. M. Ormrod State-Building and State Finance in the Reign of Edward I 15–35
D. A. Postles Heads of Religious Houses as Administrators 37–50
Daniel Williams Matthew Paris and the Thirteenth-Century Prospect of Asia 51–67
Nigel Morgan Texts and Images of Marian Devotion in Thirteenth-Century England 69–103
Judith S. Neaman Magnification as Metaphor 105–122
J. Cherry Heraldry as Decoration in the Thirteenth Century 123–134
George Henderson The Musician in the Stocks at Higham Ferrers, Northamptonshire 135–147
Graeme Lawson The Musician in the Stocks at Higham Ferrers, Northamptonshire: An Archaeological Postscript 149–154
Malcolm Thurlby The West Front of Binham Priory, Norfolk, and the Beginnings of Bar Tracery in England 155–165
Thomas Tolley Eleanor of Castile and the ‘Spanish’ Style in England 167–192
D. J. Turner An Anthropomorphic Jug from Earlswood, Surrey: A Problem in the Typology of Decoration 193–208
Alan Vince The Origin and Development of the Decorated Medieval Jug 209–225

Harlaxton Medieval Studies II(New Series)
Proceedings of the 1990 Symposium:
England in the Eleventh Century, edited by Carola Hicks

David Bates The Conqueror’s Charters 1–15
Henry Loyn De Iure Domini Regis: A Comment on Royal authority in eleventh-century England 17–24
Cassandra Potts The Early Norman Charters: A New Perspective on an Old Debate 25–40
Matthew Strickland Slaughter, Slavery or Ransom: the Impact of the Conquest on Conduct in Warfare 41–59
Patrick Wormald Domesday Lawsuits: a Provisional List and Preliminary Comment 61–102
Joyce Hill Monastic Reform and the Secular Church: Ælfric’s Pastoral Letters in Context 103–117
Peter Jackson The Vitas Patrum in Eleventh-Century Worcester 119–134
Jane Martindale Monasteries and Castles: the Priories of St-Florent de Saumur in England after 1066 135–156
Nicholas Rogers The Waltham Abbey Relic-List 157–181
David Rollason Symeon of Durham and the Community of Durham in the Eleventh Century 183–198
Jonathan Wilcox The Dissemination of Wulfstan’s Homilies: the Wulfstan Tradition in Eleventh-Century Vernacular Preaching 199–217
Jan Gerchow Prayers for King Cnut: The Liturgical Commemoration of a Conqueror 219–238
George Henderson The Idiosyncrasy of Late Anglo-Saxon Religious Imagery 239–249
Carola Hicks The Borders of the Bayeux Tapestry 251–265
Richard W. Pfaff Eadui Basan: Scriptorum Princeps? 267–283
Barbara Raw What do we Mean by the Source of a Picture? 285–300
E. C. Teviotdale The Making of the Cotton Troper 301–316
Cecily Clark Domesday Book – a Great Red-herring: Thoughts on some Late-Eleventh-Century Orthographies 317–331
Elisabeth Okasha The English Language in the Eleventh Century: The Evidence from Inscriptions 333–345
D. G. Scragg Spelling Variations in Eleventh-Century English 347–354
Shaun Tyas, The Harlaxton Symposium on Medieval England: A Bibliographical Note 355–356

Harlaxton Medieval Studies III (New Series)
Proceedings of the 1991 Symposium:
England in the Fourteenth Century, edited by Nicholas Rogers


Michael Camille At the Edge of the Law: An Illustrated Register of Writs in the Pierpont Morgan Library 1–14
Lynda Dennison Some Unlocated Leaves from an English Fourteenth-Century Book of Hours now in Paris 15–33
Nigel Morgan Texts and Images of Marian Devotion in Fourteenth-Century England 34–57
Lucy Freeman Sandler The Image of the Book-owner in the Fourteenth Century: Three Cases of Self-definition 58–80
Wendy Scase St Anne and the Education of the Virgin: Literary and Artistic Traditions and their Implications 81–96
Stephen Medcalf Motives for Pilgrimage: The Tale of Beryn 97–108
James Simpson ‘After Craftes Conseil clotheth yow and fede’: Langland and London City Politics 109–127
Thorlac Turville-Petre The ‘Nation’ in English Writings of the Early Fourteenth Century 128–139
P. H. Cullum Poverty and Charity in Early Fourteenth-Century England 140–151
Virginia Davis Episcopal Ordination Lists as a Source for Clerical Mobility in England in the Fourteenth Century 152–170
R. N. Swanson Economic Change and Spiritual Profits: Receipts from the Peculiar Jurisdiction of the Peak District in the Fourteenth Century 171–195
The Harlaxton Symposium on Medieval England [anonymous note], 196;

Harlaxton Medieval Studies IV (New Series)
Proceedings of the 1992 Symposium:
England in the Fifteenth Century, edited by Nicholas Rogers

Rosemary Hayes The ‘Private Life’ of a Late Medieval Bishop: William Alnwick, Bishop of Norwich and Lincoln 1–18
Benjamin Thompson The Laity, the Alien Priories, and the Redistribution of Ecclesiastical Property 19–41
Michael K. Jones The Relief of Avranches (1439): An English Feat of Arms at the End of the Hundred Years War 42–55
Daniel Williams Richard III and his Overmighty Subjects: in Defence of a King 56–71
J. I. Kermode Medieval Indebtedness: The Regions versus London 72–88
Jane Laughton Women in Court: Some Evidence from Fifteenth-Century Chester 89–99
Philippa Maddern ‘Best Trusted Friends’: Concepts and Practices of Friendship among Fifteenth-Century Norfolk Gentry 100–117
Anne F. Sutton Caxton was a Mercer: his Social Milieu and Friends 118–148
Scot McKendrick The Romuléon and the Manuscripts of Edward IV 149–169
Nicholas Rogers The Artist of Trinity B.11.7 and his Patrons 170–186
Jenny Stratford The Royal Library in England before the Reign of Edward IV 187–197
Jonathan Alexander The Pulpit with the Four Doctors at St James’s, Castle Acre, Norfolk 198–206
C. W. Marx British Library Harley MS 1740 and Popular Devotion 207–222
Nigel Morgan The Coronation of the Virgin by the Trinity and Other Texts and Images of the Glorification of Mary in Fifteenth-Century England 223–241
Colin Richmond Margins and Marginality: English Devotion in the Later Middle Ages 242–252

Harlaxton Medieval Studies V (New Series)
Proceedings of the 1993 Symposium:
The Reign of Henry VII, edited by Benjamin Thompson

Benjamin Thompson Introduction: the Place of Henry VII in English History 1–10
Christine Carpenter Henry VII and the English Polity 11–30
John Watts ‘A New Ffundacion of is Crowne’: Monarchy in the Age of Henry VII 31–53
Dominic Luckett Henry VII and the South-Western Escheators 54–64
Malcolm Underwood The Pope, the Queen and the King’s Mother: or, the Rise and Fall of Adriano Castellesi 65–81
Nigel Morgan The Scala Coeli Indulgence and the Royal Chapels 82–103
David Thomson Henry VII and the Uses of Italy: the Savoy Hospital and Henry VII’s Posterity 104–116
Neil Beckett Henry VII and Sheen Charterhouse 117–132
Christopher Wilson The Designer of Henry VII’s Chapel, Westminster Abbey 133–156
Richard Marks The Glazing of Henry VII’s Chapel, Westminster Abbey 157–174
Janet Backhouse Illuminated Manuscripts associated with Henry VII and Members of his Immediate Family 175–187
Roger Bowers Early Tudor Courtly Song: An Evaluation of the Fayrfax Book (BL, Additional MS 5465) 188–212
Magnus Williamson The Eton Choirbook: Collegiate Music-Making in the Reign of Henry VII 213–228
Fiona Kisby Courtiers in the Community: the Musicians of the Royal Household Chapel in Early Tudor Westminster 229–260
Pamela Tudor-Craig Margaret, Queen of Scotland, in Grantham, 8–9 July 1503 261–279
Harlaxton Medieval Studies VI (New Series)

Proceedings of the 1994 Symposium:
Monasteries and Society in Medieval Britain, edited by Benjamin Thompson

Benjamin Thompson Introduction: Monasteries and Medieval Society 1–33
Sarah Foot The Role of the Minster in Earlier Anglo-Saxon Society 35–58
David Rollason Monasteries and Society in Early Medieval Northumbria 59–74
Isabel Henderson Monasteries and Sculpture in the Insular pre-Viking Age: the Pictish Evidence 75–96
David Postles Defensores Astabimus: Garendon Abbey and its Early Benefactors 97–136
D. F. Mackreth Peterborough, from St Aethelwold to Martin de Bec, c.970–1155 137–156
Jack Higham The Relationship Between the Abbey and Town of Peterborough from 1200 to the Reformation 157–176
Roger Bowers The Almonry Schools of the English Monasteries c.1265–1540 177–222
Lynda Dennison Monastic or Secular? The Artist of the Ramsey Psalter, now at Holkham Hall, Norfolk 223–261
Nicholas Rogers Monuments to Monks and Monastic Servants 262–276
Lynda Rollason The Liver Vitae of Durham and Lay Association with Durham Cathedral Priory in the Later Middle Ages 277–295
Marsha L. Dutton Chaucer’s Two Nuns 296–311
Joan Greatrex Rabbits and Eels at High Table: Monks of Ely at the University of Cambridge, c1337–1539 312–328
Janet Burton Priory and Parish: Kirkham and its Parishioners 1496–7 329–347
Barrie Dobson English and Welsh Monastic Bishops: the Final Century, 1433–1533 348–367
Pamela Tudor-Craig Daniel Williams 368

Harlaxton Medieval Studies VII (New Series)
Proceedings of the 1995 Symposium:
Armies, Chivalry and Warfare in Medieval Britain and France, edited by Matthew Strickland

Maurice Keen Chaucer and Chivalry Re-visited 1–12
Sonja Cameron Chivalry and Warefare in Barbour’s Bruce 13–29
Christopher Allmand The Fifteenth-Century English Versions of Vegetius’ De Re Militari 30–45
Carol Edington The Tournament in Medieval Scotland 46–62
Richard K. Morris The Architecture of Arthurian Enthusiasm: Castle Symbolism in the Reigns of Edward I and His Successors 63–81
Jennie Hooper The ‘Rows of the Battle-Swan’: The Aftermath of Battle in Anglo-Saxon Art 82–99
Pamela Porter The Ways of War in Medieval Manuscript Illumination: Tracing and Assessing the Evidence 100–114
Jim Bradbury The Civil War of Stephen’s Reign: Winners and Losers 115–132
Toby Purser William FitzOsbern, Earl of Hereford: Personality and Power on the Welsh Frontier, 1066–1071 133–146
Charles Coulson Valois Powers over Fortresses on the Eve of the Hundred Years War 147–160
Anthony Goodman The Defence of Northumberland: a Preliminary Survey 161–172
Andrew Ayton Edward III and the English Aristocracy at the Beginning of the Hundred Years War 173–206
Anne Curry The Organisation of Field Armies in Lancastrian Normandy 207–233
Kay E. Lacey The Military Organisation of the Reign of Henry VII 234–255
John Palmer War and Domesday Waste 256–275
Michael Prestwich Military Logistics: the Case of 1322 276–288
Kelly DeVries The Forgotten Battle of Bevershoutsveld, 3 May 1382: Technological Innovation and Military Significance 289–303
Matthew Bennett The Myth of the Military Supremacy of Knightly Cavalry 304–316
Matthew Strickland Provoking or Avoiding Battle? Challenge, Duel and Single Combat in Warfare of the High Middle Ages 317–343
Frédérique Lachaud Armour and Military Dress in Thirteenth- and Early Fourteenth-Century England 344–369

Harlaxton Medieval Studies VIII (New Series)
Proceedings of the 1996 Symposium:
England and the Continent in the Middle Ages, Studies in Memory of Andrew Martindale, edited by John Mitchell

Philip Dixon The Protohistory of Cluny: Town Planning in the Tenth and Eleventh Centuries 1–14
Peter Lasko Anthropomorthic Evangelist Symbols: Lower Saxony, Roger of Helmarshausen and Insular Iconographic Tradition 15–27
George Zarnecki Romanesque Sculpture of Lincoln Cathedral and the Continent 28–34
Malcolm Thurlby Roger of Pont L’Evêque, Archbishop of York (1154–81) and French Sources for the Beginning of Gothic in Northern Britain 35–47
Ruth Harvey Cross-Channel Gossip in the Twelfth Century 48–59
T. A. Heslop Art, Nature and St. Hugh’s Choir at Lincoln 60–74
Christopher Harper-Bill The Diocese of Norwich and the Italian Connection, 1198–1261 75–89
Malcolm Vale Courts and Culture: Europe and her Neighbours, c.1270–1350 90–96
Diana Wood Rule from Europe? Four English Views of Papal Authority in the Fourteenth Century 97–112
Steffani Becker-Hounslow and Paul Crossley England and the Baltic: New Thoughts on Old Problems 113–128
Gerhard Schmidt England and the Emergence of a New Figure Style on the Continent during the 1340s 129–136
Nigel Morgan The French Interpretations of the English Illustrated Apocalypses 137–156
Veronica Sekules Dynasty and Patrimony in the Self-Construction of an English Queen: Philippa of Hainault and her Images 157–174
Robert Gibbs The Three-Bay (or Five-Bay) Interior and the Apsidal Interior from Giotto to Van Eyck: A Westminster Episode 175–188
Brigitte Corley Historical Links and Artistic Reflections: England and Northern Germany in the Late Middle Ages 189–202
Michael Jones A Prince and his Biographer: John IV, Duke of Brittany (1364–99) and Guillaume de Saint-André 203–217
Jenny Stratford Gold and Diplomacy: England and France in the Reign of Richard II 218–237
Pamela Tudor-Craig and Lisa Monnas A Seal Bag of 1400 at Burghley House 238–248
R. B. Dobson Aliens in the City of York during the Fifteenth Century 249–266
Thomas Tolley Jan Van Eyck and the English 267–297
Cecil H. Clough Late Fifteenth-Century English Monarchs Subject to Italian Renaissance Influence 298–317
Caroline Barron and Mary Erler The Making of Syon Abbey’s Altar Table of Our Lady c.1490–96 318–335
Janet Backhouse The Lady Margaret Beaufort Hours at Alnwick Castle 336–348
Xenia Muratova The Tomb of Bishop Thomas James in the Cathedral of Dol: A Monument of the Early Italian Renaissance in Gothic Brittany 349–364
John Mitchell Painting in East Anglia around 1500: the Continental Connection 365–380
Eric Fernie Andrew Martindale – an Oration, Norwich Cathedral, 5 July 1995 381–384
Harlaxton Medieval Studies (list of), 385; blank pages [386–390]; followed by 128 pages of plates containing 13 plates in full colour and 187 in monochrome. The plates are not consecutively numbered except by each author.

Harlaxton Medieval Studies IX (New Series)
Proceedings of the 1997 Symposium:
Family and Dynasty in Late Medieval England, edited by Richard Eales and Shaun Tyas

Nick Barratt Financial Pressures and Dynastic Problems in Angevin England 1–20
Rhoda Bucknill An Elusive Clan: the Wayte Family of Hampshire and Their Place in Local Society 21–37
Mario Fernandes The Northamptonshire Assize Jurors: the Role of the Family as a Motivating Force during the Barons’ War 38–55
Thorlac Turville-Petre Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS Digby 86: a Thirteenth-century Commonplace Book in its Social Context 56–66
Chris Given-Wilson Chronicles of the Mortimer Family, c.1250–1450 67–86
Gudrun Tscherpel The Political Function of History: the Past and Future of Noble Families 87–104
Caroline Shenton Philippa of Hainault’s Churchings: the Politics of Motherhood at the Court of Edward III 105–121
Lynda Dennison British Library, Egerton MS 3277: a Fourteenth-Century Psalter-Hours and the Question of Bohun Family Ownership 122–155
John A. A. Goodall The Architecture of Ancestry at the Collegiate Church of St Andrew’s Wingfield, Suffolk 156–171
Sophie Oosterwijk ‘A Swithe Feire Graue’: the Appearance of Children on Medieval Tomb Monuments 172–192
Vivienne Rock Shadow Royals? The Political Use of the Extended Family of Lady Margaret Beaufort 193–210

Harlaxton Medieval Studies X (New Series)
Proceedings of the 1998 Symposium:
The Medieval English Cathedral. Papers in Honour of Pamela Tudor-Craig, edited by Janet Backhouse

P. D. A. Harvey English Cathedral Estates in the Twelfth Century 1–14
Daniel Williams Trouble in the Cathedral Close: Archbishop Boniface’s 1259 Visitation of the Priory of Christ Church, Canterbury 15–22
Barrie Dobson ‘The clergy are well lodged’: the Transformation of the Cathedral Precinct at Late Medieval Durham 23–40
Paul Binski The Painted Nave Ceiling of Peterborough Abbey 41–62
Richard Foster Feet on the Ground; Eyes on the Heavens: Some Aspects of Porphyry Opus Sectile Pavements in England 63–75
Peter Draper Enclosures and Entrances in Medieval Cathedrals: Access and Security 76–88
Nigel Morgan Marian Liturgy in Salisbury Cathedral 89–111
Janet Backhouse The Lovel Lectionary: a Memorial offering to Salisbury 112–125
Caroline Barron London and St Paul’s Cathedral in the Later Middle Ages 126–149
Eamon Duffy St Erkenwald: London’s Cathedral Saint and His Legend 150–167
Lucy Freeman Sandler The Chantry of Roger of Waltham in Old St Paul’s 168–190
Ncholas Rogers The Origins of English Diocesan Coats-of-Arms 191–207
John Cherry The Medieval Episcopal Ring 208–217
George Henderson Tabula Eliensis: a Monastic U-turn? 218–230
Eric Fernie The Cathedral Monograph: a History and Assessment 231–239

Harlaxton Medieval Studies XI (New Series)
Proceedings of the 1999 symposium:
The Church and Learning in Later Medieval Society: Essays in Honour of R. B. Dobson, edited by Caroline M. Barron and Jenny Stratford

Benjamin Thompson The Academic and Active Vocations in the Medieval Church: Archbishop John Pecham 1–24
James G. Clark Monastic Education in Late Medieval England 25–40
David Crook Churches and Chapels on a Fifteenth-Century Monastic Map of the Lincolnshire Fenland 41–50
A. J. Piper The Monks of Durham and Patterns of Activity in Old Age 51–63
Martin Heale Books and Learning in the Dependent Priories of the Monasteries of Medieval England 64–79
Lynda Dennison & Nicholas Rogers A Medieval Best-Seller: Some Examples of Decorated Copies of Higden’s Polychronicon 80–99
Andrew R. Wines The University of Life and the London Charter-house: Practical Experience versus Scholarly Attainment within the Carthusian Leadership 100–109
Pamela Tudor-Craig The Iconography of Wisdom and the Frontispiece to the Bible Historiale, British Library, Additional Manuscript 18856 110–127
Nicholas Vincent Master Elias of Dereham (d. 1245): A Reassessment 128–159
Compton Reeves Creative Scholarship in the Cathedrals, 1300–1500 160–169
Joan Greatrex Horoscopes and Healing at Norwich Cathedral Priory in the Later Middle Ages 170–177
David Lepine ‘A Long Way from University’: Cathedral Canons and Learning at Hereford in the Fifteenth Century 178–195
Pamela M. King The Treasurer’s Cadaver in York Minster Reconsidered 196–209
Patrick Zutshi The Mendicant Orders and the University of Cambridge in the Fourteenth and Early Fifteenth Centuries 210–227
John Barron The Augustinian Canons and the University of Oxford: the Lost College of St George 228–254
Virginia Davis The Contribution of University-Educated Secular Clerics to the Pastoral Life of the English Church 255–272
Jeffrey H. Denton The Competence of the Parish Clergy in Thirteenth-Century England 273–285
Clive Burgess Educated Parishioners in London and Bristol on the Eve of the Reformation 286–304
Fiona Kisby Books in London Parish Churches before 1603: Some Preliminary Observations 305–326
Joel T. Rosenthal Clerical Book Bequests: a Vade Mecum, but Whence and Whither? 327–343
Claire Cross York Clergy and Their Books in the Early Sixteenth Century 344–354
Alexandra F. Johnston The York Cycle and the Libraries of York 355–370
Carole Rawcliffe The Eighth Comfortable Work: Education and the Medieval English Hospital 371–398

Harlaxton Medieval Studies XII (New Series)
Proceedings of the 2000 symposium:
Prophecy, Apocalypse and the Day of Doom, edited by Nigel J. Morgan

Michael J. Bennett Prophecy, Providence and the Revolution of 1399 1–18
Hilary Carey Astrology and the Last Things 19–38
Lesley Coote The Crusading Bishop: Henry Despenser and his Manuscript 39–51
Martha Driver Picturing the Apocalypse in the Printed Book of Hours 52–67
Robert Easting Personal Apocalypse: Judgement in Some Other-World Visions 68–85
Rosalind Field Apocalyptic Consolation in the Middle-English Pearl 86–96
Richard Foster The Perfect Three: A Numerological Context for the Calculation of the Lifespan of the Universe According to the Westminster Abbey Sanctuary Pavement 97–117
Anke Holdenried Aspects of the English Reception of the Sibylla Tiburtina: Prophecy and Devotion 118–138
Steven Justice Prophecy and the Explanation of Social Disorder 139–159
Kathryn Kerby-Fulton, Magda Hayton and Kenna Olsen Pseudo-Hildegardian Prophecy and Antimendicant Propaganda in Late-Medieval England: An Edition of the Most Popular Insular Text of ‘Insurgent gentes’ 160–194
John Lowden The Apocalypse in the Early-Thirteenth- Century Bibles Moralisées: A Re-Assessment 195–219
Margaret Manion The Angers Tapestries of the Apocalypse and Valois Patronage 220-238
M. A. Michael Matthew Paris, Brother William and St. Marcella: Comments on the Apocalyptic Man in British Library MS Cotton Nero.D.1 239-249
Nigel Morgan The Torments of the Damned in Hell in Texts and Images in England in the Thirteenth and Fourteenth Centuries 250-260
Rosemary Muir Wright Living in the Final Countdown: the Angevin Apocalypse Panels in Stuttgart 261-276
Veronica O’Mara ‘Go le curselynges, to euerelasting fier’: Doomsday in Middle English Prose Sermons 277-291
Sue Powell All Saints’ Church, North Street, York: Text and Image in the Pricke of Conscience Window 292-316
Andrew Prescott ‘The Hand of God’: the Suppression of the Peasants’ Revolt of 1381 317-341
Nicholas Rogers ‘Et expecto resurrectionem mortuorum’: Images and Texts Relating to the Resurrection of the Dead and the Last Judgement on English Brasses and Incised Slabs 342-355
Pamela Tudor-Craig Wells Cathedral West Front and the City of God 356-376
Meg Twycross and Pamela King Doomsday as Hypertext: Contexts of Doomsday in Fifteenth-Century Northern Manuscripts

Harlaxton Medieval Studies XIII (New Series)
Proceedings of the 2001 symposium:
The Lancastrian Court, edited by Jenny Stratford

G. L. Harriss The Court of the Lancastrian Kings 1–18
John Cherry Some Lancastrian Seals 19–28
Anne Curry The ‘Coronation Expedition’ and Henry VI’s Court in France, 1430 to 1432 29–52
Barrie Dobson Henry VI and the University of Cambridge 53–67
A. S. G. Edwards Duke Humfrey’s Middle English Palladius Manuscript 68–77
Alfred Hiatt Beyond a Border: The Maps of Scotland in John Hardyng’s Chronicle 78–94
Margaret L. Kekewich The Lancastrian Court in Exile 95–110
Richard Marks Images of Henry VI 111–124
Lisa Monnas Textiles from the Funerary Achievement of Henry V 125–146
Nigel Morgan An SS Collar in the Devotional Context of the Shield of the Five Wounds 147–162
Derek Pearsall Crowned King: War and Peace in 1415 163–172
Nicholas Perkins Representing Advice in Lydgate 173–191
Carole Rawcliffe Master Surgeons at the Lancastrian Court 192–210
Nicholas Rogers Henry VI and the Proposed Canonisation of King Alfred 211–220
Lucy Freeman Sandler Lancastrian Heraldry in the Bohun Manuscripts 221–232
Linda Ehrsam Voigts The Master of the King’s Stillatories 233–252
John Watts Was there a Lancastrian Court? 253–271

Harlaxton Medieval Studies XIV (New Series)
Proceedings of the 2002 symposium:
The Parish in Late Medieval England, edited by Clive Burgess and Eamon Duffy

Clive Burgess Time and Place: The Late Medieval English Parish in Perspective 1–28
David Lepine ‘And alle oure paresshens’: Secular Cathedrals and Parish Churches in Late Medieval England 29–53
Martin Heale Monastic-Parochial Churches in Late Medieval England 54–77
Nicholas Orme The Other Parish Churches: Chapels in Late Medieval England 78–94
Beat Kümin The Secular Legacy of the Late Medieval English Parish 95–111
Elizabeth New Signs of Community or Marks of the Exclusive? Parish and Guild Seals in Later Medieval England 112–128
Ken Farnhill The Guild of the Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary and the Priory of St Mary in Walsingham 129–145
Robert Swanson Profits, Priests and People 146–159
Susan Powell The Festial: The Priest and His Parish 160–176
Magnus Williamson Liturgical Music in the Late Medieval English Parish: Organs and Voices, Ways and Means 177–242
Nigel Saul The Gentry and the Parish 243–260
Nicholas Rogers Hic Iacet ...: The Location of Monuments in Late Medieval Parish Churches 261–281
Judith Middleton-Stewart Parish Activity in Late Medieval Fenland: Accounts and Wills from Tilney All Saints and St Mary’s, Mildenhall, 1443–1520 282–301
Katherine French Women Churchwardens in Late Medieval England 302–321
Alexandra F. Johnston Parish Playmaking before the Reformation 322–338
Peregrine Horden Small Beer? The Parish and the Poor and Sick in Late Medieval England 339–364
Peter Marshall Anticlericalism Revested? Expressions of Discontent in Early Tudor England 365–380
Eamon Duffy The End of it All: The Material Culture of the Medieval English Parish and the 1552 Inventories of Church Goods 381–399
Shaun Tyas Index 400–420

Harlaxton Medieval Studies XV (New Series)
Proceedings of the 2003 Harlaxton Symposium: Freedom of Movement in the Middle Ages, edited Peregrine Horden


Peregrine Horden, Towards a History of Medieval Mobility

Cultural Migration
Christopher Page, Freedom of Movement and the Rise of European Music in the Early Middle Ages
Jane Hawkes, Anglo-Saxon Romanitas: The Transmission and Use of Early Christian Art in Anglo-Saxon England
Sophie Oosterwijk, Money, Morality, Mortality: The Migration of the Danse Macabre from Murals to Misericords
Wendy Scase, ‘Let him be kept in most strait prison’: Lollards and the Epistola luciferi

Long Journeys
Ian Wei, Scholars and Travel in the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries
Peter Biller, Heretics and Long Journeys
David Lepine, ‘Loose Canons’: The Mobility of the Higher Clergy in the Later Middle Ages

R. N. Swanson, Tales to Tug at Purse-Strings: Publicizing Indulgences in Pre-Reformation England
James Davis, ‘Men as march with fote packes’: Pedlars and Freedom of Movement in Late Medieval England

Christopher Baswell, Albyne Sails for Albion: Gender, Motion, and Foundation in the English Imperial Imagination
Richard Smith, Moving to Marry among the Customary tenants of Late Thirteenth- and Early Fourteenth-century England
Caroline M. Barron, The Travelling Saint: Zita of Lucca and England

Jennifer Neville, ‘None shall pass’: Mental Barriers to Travel in Old English Poetry
Paul Brand, The Travails of Travel: The Difficulties of Getting to Court in Later Medieval England
Carole Rawcliffe, Isolating the Medieval Leper: Ideas – and Misconceptions – about Segregation in the Middle Ages

Dave Postles, Movers and Prayers: The Medieval English Church and Movement of People
Nicholas Orme, Access and Exclusion: Exeter Cathedral, 1300-1540
Jessica Freeman, ‘And He Abjured the Realm of England, Never to Return’

Image and Metaphor
M. A. Michael, Towards a Hermeneutics of the Manuscript: the Physical and Metaphysical Journeys of Paris, BNF, MS Fr 571
Christa Grössinger, The Road to Hell
Ad Putter, Moving Towards God: The Possibilities and Limitations of Metaphorical Journeys in Hilton’s Scale of Perfection