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Articles and Theses posted in May 2009

Here is the list of articles and theses posted to Medievalists.net in May 2009:

The Great yasa of Chingiz Khan and Mongol Law in the Ilkhanate

How Genghis Khan Has Changed the World

A Comic Romance from the Thousand and One Nights: The Tale of Two Viziers

The Scrope and Grosvenor Controversy, 1385-1391

Earthquakes in Medieval Sicily (A Historical Revision 7th – 13th Century)

The Treaty of Devol (1108) as an Example of the Byzantine Policy of “Divide and Rule”

A Byzantine Painter in Trecento Genoa: The Last Judgment at S.Lorenzo

The Holy Land, Jerusalem and Al-Aqsa Mosque in the Qur’an, Sunnah and other Islamic Literary Sources

From Viking to Saint: How the Liturgy of St. Olav Created the Patron Saint and Eternal King of Norway

Lay Patronage of Welsh Cistercian Houses and the Influence This Had on Welsh and English Political History, 1150 – 1290

The future of postcolonial approaches to medieval Iberian studies

The verse inscription from the deposition relief at Santo Domingo de Silos: word, image, and act in medieval art

Saint Rosendo, Cardinal Hyacinth and the Almohads

Beyond convivencia: critical reflections on the historiography of interfaith relations in Christian Spain

New directions in the study of medieval Andalusi music

The Udovice Solidus Pendants: Late 5th Century Evidence of South Scandinavian Mercenaries in the Balkans

Espacio jurisdiccional y espacio econmico en el Sureste Peninsular en la Baja Edad Media

Attila and the Huns in transition: No longer Nomads

An Insight into the 29th Council of Europe Art Exhibition: ‘Holy Roman Empire of the German Nation 962-1806′

The Byzantine and Early Islamic settlement of Khirbat Shuwayka

Nunneries as an Alternative to Marriage

The Role of Medieval Women as Monastic Patrons

Konungur, Herkonungur, Godi: Power Dynamics in the Viking Age

The ‘Convivencia’ of Jews and Muslims in the High Middle Ages

The Muslim Jewish Relations in Ayyubid Egypt (1171-1250)

German and Flemish in the Harad Altarpiece: A Provincial Swedish Work with Far-reaching Connections

Scandinavia and the Huns. A source-critical approach to an old question

Medieval vernicle finger rings in Finland

A Viking period workshop in Staraya Ladoga, excavated in 1997

‘Profane’ Activity Amongst Pious Villagers: In pursuit of identity amongst smelting communities in Byzantine Serres and Drama, Macedonia

Asediul cetăţii Thessaloniki (1185) Perspectiva cronicilor italiene

Charlemagne, Alfred şi Arthur. Circulaţia unui model monarhic la începutul Evului Mediu*

Face to face with medieval pottery: Some observations on medieval anthropomorphic pottery in north-east England

The Construction of Islamic-Education Institutions in Mamluk Gaza

The Mercian Connection, Harold Godwineson’s Ambitions, Diplomacy and Channel-crossing, 1056–1066

Counselling the Prince: Advice and Counsel in Thirteenth-Century Welsh Society

Vikingi sau ruşi. Noi cercetări asupra complexului de la Basarabi-Murfatlar

Rolul ideologiei politice în apariţia şi fixarea tipului de necropolă voievodală în Moldova în secolele al XV-lea şi al XVI-lea

Royal Sainthood Revisited. New Dimensions of the Cult of Saint Ladislas (14th-15th centuries)

Saint Ladislas on Stove Tiles

Un pseudo-Arthur pe turnul campanilă de la Modena (bazinul Padului, secolul al XII-lea)

Private financing and shipbuilding in the kingdom of Aragon (1200 – 1350 AD)

Some remarks on the Mediterranean and Red sea ships in Ancient and Medieval times – A preliminary report

Saint George on Medieval Stove Tiles from Transylvania, Moldavia and Wallachia: An Iconographical Approach

Literary Leakings into Wavrin’s Danube: Three Strongholds and a Broken Bombard

The ‘Rurikid sign’ from the B3 church at Basarabi-Murfatlar

Trois techniques d’excavation Nouvelles recherches sur le complexe Basarabi-Murfatlar

Sex on the Stove A Fifteen-century Tile from Banská Bystrica

An Early XIVth Century Depiction of the Transylvanian Saxon Hospites in the Heidelberger and Dresdener Sachsenspiegel ?

Aspecte ale reflecţiei eschatologice în tradiţia Răsăritului ortodox şi receptarea lor în ţările române

Bazgazul, seigneur de Ballaquie À la recherche du valaque musulman de steppe

Sirena bicaudată pe cahle medievale Iconografie şi posibile funcţii

Magic in the House Functions of Images on Medieval Stoves Tiles from Transylvania, Moldavia and Walachia

From Bogeyman to Noble King: Sigismund and Hungary in French Medieval Literature

La structuration de l’espace théâtral des mystères et la performance

Iconographie et liturgie Le programme de l’abside de l’autel dans cinq monuments moldaves

THE VLACHS AND THE TROUBADOUR: Brief Analysis of Three Poems by Raimbaut de Vaqueiras

BISERICA B4 DE LA MURFATLAR: DESCRIERE

ARTE E POLITICA OSSERVAZIONI INTORNO A DUE STATUE EQUESTRI MEDIEVALI S. GIORGIO, PRAGA, 1373; S. LADISLAO, ORADEA/ GROSSWARDEIN, 1390

FOOLS, DEVILS, AND ALCHEMY SECULAR IMAGES IN THE MONASTERY

Pope, Bishops and Canon Law: A Study of Gregory VII’s Relationship with the Episcopate and the Consequences for Canon Law

ONCE AGAIN ABOUT THE SO-CALLED ‘VIKING SHIP’ AT BASARABI-MURFATLAR

DEMONI SI MACABRU PE CAHLE MEDIEVALE

LE CINEMA A L’EPREUVE DES REPRESENTATIONS MEDIEVALES : L’ENLUMINURE ET LE THEATRE

MISURA E STRUTTURA NELLE CITTA FONDATE DELL’EUROPA CENTRALE

‘LEZ PRIXONIER ESCLAIVE DE NICOPOLIT’ À propos d’un feuillet du manuscrit Épinal 59 (217)

Some Questions of Medieval Nautical Technology in Kameniates’ “Sack of Thessaloniki” (904AD)

Palamite Soteriology in Augustinian Dress? Observations on Prochoros Kydones’ Writings and Translations of Works of Augustine

The Rhetoric of Antiquity: Politico-Religious Propaganda in the Nestorian Stele of Chang’an

From Sophistopolis to Episcopolis: The Case for a Third Sophistic

Early Medieval Tintagel:An Interview with Archaeologists Rachel Harry and Kevin Brady

Brigantia, Cartimandua and Gwenhwyfar

Forty Years of Fear: Facts, fiction, and the dates for Vortigern in Chapter 66 of the Historia Brittonum

The Politics of Exile in Early Northumbria

Lucius Artorius Castus: Part 2: The Battles in Britain

C. Scott Littleton and Linda A. Malcor’s From Scythia to Camelot

God, leadership, Flemings and Archery: Contemporary Perspectives of Victory and Defeat at the Battle of Sluys 1340

Contemporary Views of Edward III’s failure at the Siege of Tournai

Shaping Anglo-Saxon Lordship in the Heroic Literature of the Tenth and Eleventh Centuries

From Caesarea to Eynsham: A Consideration of the Proposed Route(s) of the Admonition to a Spiritual Son to Anglo-Saxon England

The Canonicity of Two Edgar Poems

Sunday matins in the Byzantine cathedral rite : music and liturgy

“The first dispensation of Christ is medicinal” : Augustine and Roman medical culture

Jovinian : a monastic heretic in late-fourth century Rome

Body politics: otherness and the representation of bodies in late medieval writings

The eight monophonic political planctus of the Florence manuscript

The journal of Roberto da Sanseverino (1417-1487) : a study on navigation and seafaring in the fifteenth century

The chalice and the cup : the changing role of wine in the High Middle Ages

Beowulf and the Wills: Traces of Totemism?

Wicked Queens and Cousin Strategies in Beowulf and Elsewhere

“The Wealth They Left Us”: Two Women Author Themselves through Others’ Lives in Beowulf

An Education in the Mead-Hall : Beowulf’s Lessons for Young Warriors

The Double Impact of Christianization for Women in Old Norse Culture

Donor Portraits in Late Medieval Venice c.1280-1413

Art and reform in tenth-century Rome – the paintings of S. Maria in Pallara

The Social Centrality of Women in Beowulf: A New Context

Gæst, gender, and kin in Beowulf: Consumption of the Boundaries

Redundant Ethnogenesis in Beowulf

Post-Severan Cramond: A Late Roman and Early Historic British and Anglo-Saxon Religious Centre?

Saxon Bishop and Celtic King: Interactions between Aldhelm of Wessex and Geraint of Dumnonia

The Anglo-British Cemetery at Bamburgh An E-Interview with Graeme Young of the Bamburgh Castle Research Project

What’s in a name? Britons, Angles, ethnicity and material culture from the fourth to seventh centuries

Oswald and the Irish

Adomnán, Iona, and the Life of St. Columba: Their Place Among Continental Saints

Saint Gildas and the Pestilent Dragon A Meander through the Sixth-Century Landscape With a Most Notable Guru

Kentigern and Gonothigernus A Scottish saint and a Gaulish bishop identified

The Otherworld Yet Real-Time Exploits of Gregory the Great

The Ripon Connection? Willibrord, Wilfrid, and the Mission to Frisia

An Appeal to Rome Anglo-Saxon Dispute Settlement, 800-810

Personal Equipment and Fighting Techniques Among the Anglo-Saxon Population in Northern Europe During the Early Middle Ages

The Bayeux Tapestry and the Vikings

Stylistic Variation and Roman Influence in the Bayeux Tapestry

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