Past Volumes

Past Volumes

Past Volumes

Medieval Prosopography


Volume 27 (2012)

Individuals—$35.00/volume
Institutions—$42.50/volume

Articles:

David Alan Parnell, A Prosopographical Approach to Justinian's Army; Greg Halfond, All the King's Men: Episcopal Political Loyalties in the Merovingian Kingdoms; Courtney DeMayo, The Students of Gerbert of Aurillac's Cathedral School at Reims: An Intellectual Genealogy; Genevieve Ribordy, Women's Names, Women's Lives: The Designation of Women in Late Medieval France; A. Compton Reeves, Cathedral Deans and Lancastrian Kings

Reviews:

Yves Sassier, Theodore Evergates. The Aristocracy in the County of Champagne, 1100–1300; William H. Campbell, Anne Massoni. La collégiale Saint-Germain l'Auxerrois de Paris (1380–1510); Annick Brabant, Hélène Millet. L'Église du Grand Schisme 1378–1417; Joel T. Rosenthal, Elizabeth Noble. The World of the Stonors: A Gentry Society

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Volume 26 (2005)
Individuals—$35.00/volume
Institutions—$42.50/volume

Articles:
Constance B. Bouchard, Queen Theuchildis of Sens; Carl I. Hammer, Hoc and Hnaef in Bavaria? Early-Medieval Prosopography and Heroic Poetry; Melissa B. Lurio, A Proposed Genealogy for Marbode, Angevin Bishop of Rennes, 1096–1123; Michelle Armstrong-Partida, Mothers and Daughters as Lords: The Countesses of Blois and Chartres; Diana Jarvis Godwin, John Cumin: The Schismatic of Bath Becomes the Archbishop of Dublin; Jessica Lutkin, The London Craft of Joiners, 1200–1550; Fátima Regina Fernandes, The Pereiras in Portuguese Medieval Sources; Dale R. Streeter, The Pope's Loyal Franciscans: Fifteen French Bishops in the Early Fourteenth Century; Marie-Hélène Rousseau, Chantry Chaplains at St. Paul's Cathedral, London ca. 1200–1548; Elizabeth Noble, Webs of Significance: Some Reflections on Thomas Stonor II's Social Networks; Arie van Steensel, Exploring the Possibilities of the Prosopographical Method: The Noble Population of the Late Medieval County of Zeeland

Reviews:
Boris Bove, Dominer la ville. Prévôts des marchands et échevins parisiens de 1260 à 1350 (Bettina Bommersbach); Cyrille Debris, "Tu felix Austria, nube." La dynastie de Habsbourg et sa politique matrimoniale à la fin du Moyen Âge (XIIIe–XVIe siècles) (Élisabeth Mornet)

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Volume 25 (2004)

Individuals—$35.00/volume
Institutions—$42.50/volume

Articles:

Josep Vilella, Los concilios eclesiásticos hispanos del período visigodo-arriano: análisis histórico-prosopográfico; David S. Bachrach, The Royal Arms Makers of England 1199–1216: A Prosopographical Survey; Allison D. Fizzard, The Incumbents of Benefices in the Gift of Plympton Priory, 1257–1369; Boyd Breslow, A London Merchant and the Governance of Medieval England; Maria do Rosário Morujão and Anísio Miguel Saraiva, A Clergyman’s Career in Late Medieval Portugal: A Prosopographical Approach; Shona Kelly Wray, Tracking Families and Flight in Bologna during the Black Death; Douglas Biggs, Henry IV and his Sheriffs: The Lancastrianization of County Government and the Problem of Good and Abundant Governance, 1399–1413; Gilbert M. Bogner, The English Knights of 1434: A Prosopographical Approach

Congress Papers:

Mavis Mate, The Status of Women in the Oxford DNB; Christina von Nolcken, Wyclif, the Wycliffites, and the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography

Reviews:

María Narbona Cárceles, La corte de Carlos III el Noble, rey de Navarra: Espacio doméstico y escenario del poder, 1376–1415 (Michael Jones); Christian Settipani, La noblesse du Midi carolingien. Etudes sur quelques grandes familles d’Aquitaine et du Languedoc du IXe au XIe siècle. Toulousain, Perigord, Limousin, Poitou, Auvergne (George Beech)

Varia:

Notice of a New Project: Fasti Ecclesiae Portugaliae, 1071–1325, by Maria do Rosário Morujão and Anísio Miguel Saraiva

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Volume 24 (2003)

Individuals—$30.00/volume
Institutions—$37.50/volume

Articles:

Fascicle I: Late Antiquity and Byzantium II, guest editor Ralph W. Mathisen: Ralph W. Mathisen, Introduction; Michael Kulikowski, The Identity of Bachiarius; Andrew Cain, Defending Hedibia and Detecting Eusebius: Jerome’s Correspondence with Two Gallic Women (Epist. 120–21); Andreas Schwarcz, Marriage and Power Politics in the Fifth Century; Steven Fanning, Odovacer rex, Regal Terminology, and the Question of the End of the Western Roman Empire; Ralph W. Mathisen, “Qui genus, unde patres?”: The Case of Arcadius Placidus Magnus Felix; Allen E. Jones, The Family of Geneviève of Paris: Prosopographical Considerations; Salvatore Cosentino, Prosopography and Society in Byzantine Italy (6th–8th Centuries); Deanna Forsman, Swearing False Oaths: The Identity of “Aglibert” in the Chronicle of Fredegar Continuation 3; Fascicle II: Sashi Jayakumar, Foundlings, Ealdorman, and Holy Women: Reflections on Some Aristocratic Families in Ninth- and Early Tenth-Century Wiltshire; Ralph V. Turner, Witnesses to the Acta of Richard, Count of Poitou ca. 1170–89; Paul A. Fox, A Study of Kinship and Patronage: The Rise of the House of Bek; Beth Hartland, “To Serve Well and Faithfully”: The Agents of Aristocratic English Lordship in Leinster, ca. 1272–ca. 1315; J. S. Bothwell, Brother of the More Famous Thomas: John Beauchamp of Warwick (d. 1360), a Network of Patronage, and the Pursuit of a Career in the King’s Service

Reviews:

Martin Aurell, L’Empire des Plantagenêt 1154–1224 (Ralph V. Turner); Caroline M. Barron, London in the Later Middle Ages: Government and People, 1200–1500 (Joel T. Rosenthal); Erica Bastress-Dukehart, The Zimmern Chronicle: Nobility, Memory, and Self-Representation in Sixteenth-Century Germany (Alan V. Murray); Rotuli Parisienses: Supplications to the Pope from the University of Paris, Volume 1: 1316–1349, ed. William J. Courtenay (Andrew Traver); Godfried Croenen, Familie en Macht. De Familie Berthout en de Brabantse Adel (David Nicholas); Joanna H. Drell, Kinship and Conquest: Family Strategies in the Principality of Salerno During the Norman Period, 1077–1194 (Amy Livingstone); Eamon Duffy, The Voices of Morebath: Reformation and Rebellion in an English Village (Phyllis E. Pobst); Fátima Regina Fernandes, Sociedade e poder na Baixa Idade Média Portuguesa. Dos Azevedo aos Vilhena: as famílias da nobreza medieval portuguesa (Robert Durand); Richard Gorski, The Fourteenth-Century Sheriff: English Local Administration in the Late Middle Ages (Helen M. Jewell); Barbara Harvey, The Obedientiaries of Westminster Abbey and Their Financial Records, c. 1275–1540 (Marilyn Oliva); Charters and the Use of the Written Word in Medieval Society, ed. Karl Heidecker (Constance H. Berman); Donald Henson, The English Elite in 1066: Gone But Not Forgotten (Marilyn Oliva); Stephanie Irrgang, Peregrinatio Academica: Wanderungen und Karrieren von Gelehrten der Universitäten Rostock, Greifswald, Trier, und Mainz im 15. Jahrhundert (William J. Courtenay); Europäische Reiseberichte des späten Mittelalters. Eine analytische Bibliographie, ed. Werner Paravicini, Teil 2: Französische Reiseberichte, prepared by Jörg Wettlaufer, with Jacques Paviot (Béatrice Dansette); Richard H. Rouse and Mary A. Rouse, Manuscripts and Their Makers: Commercial Book Producers in Medieval Paris, 1200–1500 (George Beech); Iris Shagrir, Naming Patterns in the Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem (Dave Postles); Malcolm Vale, The Princely Court: Medieval Courts and Culture in North-west Europe (Ralph A. Griffiths)

Varia:

K. S. B. Keats-Rohan, A Prosopography of Post-Conquest England: The Continental Origins of English Landholders 1066–1166, Version 1 (Stephanie Mooers Christelow)

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Volume 23 (2002)

SPECIAL ISSUE: Arab-Islamic Medieval Culture, edited and coordinated by Manuela Marín
Individuals—$30.00/volume
Institutions—$37.50/volume

Articles:

Manuela Marín, Biography and Prosopography in Arab-Islamic Medieval Culture: Introductory Remarks; Claude Gilliot, Prosopography in Islam: An Essay of Classification; Luis Molina, “Classifying Scholarship”: An Analysis of Biographical Texts from Ibn Harith’s Akhbar al-Fuqaha’ wa-l-Muhaddithin; Miquel Forcada Nogués, Investigating the Sources of Prosopography: The Case of the Astrologers of ‘Abd al-Rahman II; Carl F. Petry, Educational Institutions as Depicted in the Biographical Literature of Mamluk Cairo: The Debate over Prestige and Venue; María Luisa Ávila, The Search for Knowledge: Andalusi Scholars and Their Travels to the Islamic East; Biancamaria Scarcia Amoretii, Women’s Names in Early Islamic Pro-Shi’ite Texts on the Genealogy of the Talibiyyin; Mohamed Meouak, Prosopography of the Political Elites and the “Sociography” of the Umayyad State of Cordoba; Arie Schippers, Prosopography of the Almoravid Addressees of Ibn Khafaja’s Poems; Maria Filomena Lopes de Barros, The Identification of Portuguese Muslims: Problems and Methodology; Juan A. Souto, Stonemasons’ Identification Marks as a Prosopographical Source: The Case of Umayyad al-Andalus

Review Article:

Martin Heinzelmann, translated by Christopher Carroll, Gregory of Tours: History and Society in the Sixth Century (Danuta Shanzer)

Reviews:

Virginia Davis, Clergy in London in the Late Middle Ages: A Register of Clergy Ordained in the Diocese of London Based on Episcopal Ordination Lists, 1361–1539 (Joel T. Rosenthal); Pierre Desportes, Fasti Ecclesiae Gallicanae, 3: Diocèse de Reims, and Henri Hours, Fasti Ecclesiae Gallicanae, 4: Diocèse de Besançon (Theodore Evergates); J. A. Everard, Brittany and the Angevins: Province and Empire, 1158–1203 (Amy Livingstone); Christian Hillen, Curia Regis: Untersuchungen zur Hofstruktur Heinrichs (VII.) 1220–1235 nach den Zeugen seiner Urkunden (Alan V. Murray); Susan M. Johns, Noblewomen, Aristocracy and Power in the Twelfth-Century Anglo-Norman Realm (Kathleen Thompson); K. S. B. Keats-Rohan, Domesday Descendants: A Prosopography of Persons Occurring in English Documents 1066–1166, 2: Pipe Rolls to Cartae Baronum (Robin S. Oggins); Onomastique et Parenté dans l’Occident médiéval, ed. K. S. B. Keats-Rohan and Christian Settipani (Allen E. Jones); Die Brügger Steuerlisten 1360–1390, ed. Klaus Krüger, and Die Lübecker Flandernfahrer in der zweiten Hälfte des 14. Jahrhunderts (1358–1408), ed. Georg Asmussen (Stuart Jenks); John Le Neve, compiled by J. S. Barrow, Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae 1066–1300, 8: Hereford (Emma Mason); Prosopographie der mittelbyzantinischen Zeit. Erste Abteilung (641–867), 6. Band: Abkürzungen, Addenda und Indices, ed. Ralph-Johannes Lilie, Claudia Ludwig, Thomas Pratsch, Ilse Rochow, Beate Zielke (Ralph Mathisen); Michael Matzke, Daibert von Pisa. Zwischen Pisa, Pabst und dem erstem Kreuzzug (George T. Beech); The Cambridge Urban History of Britain, 1: 600–1540, ed. D. M. Palliser (Lorraine Attreed); Les Chevaliers de l’Ordre de la Toison d’or au XVe Siècle: Notices bio-bibliographiques, ed. Raphaël de Smedt (D’A. J. D. Boulton); Heads of Religious Houses: England and Wales, 2: 1216–1377, ed. David M. Smith and Vera C. M. London (Joel T. Rosenthal); English Episcopal Acta, 24: Durham, 1153–1195, ed. M. G. Snape (Emma Mason); Alan M. Stahl, Zecca: The Mint of Venice in the Middle Ages (John Munro); Christiane Tischler, Die Burgenses von Jerusalem im 12. Jarhundert. Eine Prosopographie über die nichtadligen Einwohner Jerusalems von 1120 bis 1187 (Alan V. Murray); Kathleen Thompson, Power and Border Lordship in Medieval France: The County of Perche, 1000–1226 (Fredric L. Cheyette)

Varia:

Instituto Internazionale di Storia Economica “Francesco Datini”; Fasti Ecclesiae Portugaliae, 1071–1325

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Volume 22 (2001)

Individuals—$30.00/volume
Institutions—$37.50/volume

Articles:

Michael Robson, O.F.M. Conv., A Prosopographical Study of the Greyfriars of York, ca. 1230–1538; María Narbona-Cárceles, Women at Court: A Prosopographic Study of the Court of Carlos III of Navarre (1387–1425); Mark Arvanigian, Landed Society and the Governance of the North in the Later Middle Ages: The Case of Sir Ralph Eure; Stephanie R. Hovland, Apprenticeship in the Records of the Goldsmiths’ Company of London, 1444–1500; David A. E. Pelteret, The Challenges of Constructing the Prosopography of Anglo-Saxon England Database; Francesca Tinti, The Anonymous Life of St. Cuthbert and the Prosopography of Anglo-Saxon England Database: An Exercise in Data Capturing; William J. Courtenay, Prosopography and University Sources: The Case of Paris; Dale R. Streeter, Episcopal Careers and the University in Fourteenth-Century France; Marshall E. Crossnoe, Victorine Education, 1306–1419; Thomas Sullivan, OSB, Completion Rates and Time-to-Degree Figures for the Mid-Fifteenth-Century Parisian Faculty of Theology; James K. Farge, CSB, A Prosopography of the University of Paris at the End of the Middle Ages

Review Article:

The Prosopographie der mittelbyzantinischen Zeit (641–867) (Ralph Mathisen)

Reviews:

Saint Bernard de Tiron. L’Ermite, le moine et le monde, ed. Bernard Beck (Kathleen Thompson); S. D. Church, The Household Knights of King John (Joel T. Rosenthal); The Charters of Duchess Constance of Brittany and Her Family, 1171–1221, ed. Judith Everard and Michael Jones (Theodore Evergates); John Le Neve, compiled by Diana E. Greenway, Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae 1066–1300, 7: Bath and Wells (Emma Mason); Judith Maltby, Prayer Book and People in Elizabethan and Early Stuart England (Marilyn Oliva)

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Volume 21 (2000)

Individuals—$30.00/volume
Institutions—$37.50/volume

Articles:

Bernard S. Bachrach, The Social Origins of the Angevin Castellanate to 1040; Julia Barrow, Origins and Careers of Cathedral Canons in Twelfth-Century England; Alan M. Stahl, A Prosopography of Medieval Venetian Mint Officials; David S. Green, The Military Personnel of Edward the Black Prince; Joëlle Rollo-Koster, Amongst Brothers: Italians’ Networks in Papal Avignon (1360s–80s); Jonathan Davies, Elites and Examiners at Italian Universities during the Late Middle Ages; Rhoda Lange Friedrichs, Rich Old Ladies Made Poor: The Vulnerability of Women’s Property in Late Medieval England

Reviews:

Patrick Amory, People and Identity in Ostrogothic Italy, 489–554 (Steven Fanning); Tim Cooper, The Last Generation of English Catholic Clergy: Parish Priests in the Diocese of Coventry and Litchfield in the Early Sixteenth Century (Marilyn Oliva); William J. Courtenay, Parisian Scholars in the Early Fourteenth Century: A Social Portrait (Sara Lipton); Hansekaufleute in Brügge, Teil 3: Prosopographiser Katalog zu den Brügger Steuerlisten (1360–1390), ed. Ingo Dierck, Sonja Dünnebeil, and Renée Rößner (David Nicholas); Aristocratic Women in Medieval France, ed. Theodore Evergates (Joel T. Rosenthal); K. S. B. Keats-Rohan, Domesday People: A Prosopography of Persons Occurring in English Documents, 1066–1166, 1: Domesday Book (Charlotte Newman Goldy); Jenny Kermode, Medieval Merchants: York, Beverley and Hull in the Later Middle Ages (Joel T. Rosenthal); Philippe Maurice, La Famille en Gévaudan au XVe siècle (1380–1483) (Elizabeth A. R. Brown); Vincent Tabbagh, Fasti Ecclesiae Gallicanae, 2: Diocèse de Rouen (David Bates); Prosopographie der mittelbyzantinischen Zeit (PmbZ): Ertse Abteilung (641–867), 1. Band: Aaron (#1)–Georgios (#2182), prepared by F. Winkelmanns, created by Ralph-Johannes Lilie, Claudia Ludwig, Thomas Pratsch, Ilse Rochow, and with cooperation from Wolfram Brandes, John R. Martindale, Beate Zielke, and PmbZ, Abkürzungsverzeichnis, ed. Berlin-Brandenburgischen Akademie der Wissenschaften (Alexios G. C. Savvides)

Varia:

Encyclopaedic Prosopographical Lexicon of Byzantine History and Civilisation (EPLBHP); The Linacre Unit for Prosopographical Research, Linacre College, Oxford

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Volume 20 (1999)

Individuals—$30.00/volume
Institutions—$37.50/volume

Articles:

David E. Thornton, Predatory Nomenclature and Dynastic Expansion in Early Medieval Wales; Patricia Skinner, “And Her Name Was . . . ?”: Gender and Naming in Medieval Southern Italy; Ann Williams, Lost Worlds: Kentish Society in the Eleventh Century; Richard Dace, Bertran de Verdun: Royal Service, Land, and Family in the Late Twelfth Century; P. M. Stell, Forenames in Thirteenth- and Fourteenth-Century Yorkshire: A Study Based on a Biographical Database Generated by Computer; Joan Greatrex, Prosopographical Perspectives, or What Can Be Done with Five Thousand Monastic Biographies?; Joel T. Rosenthal, The Northern Clergy: Clerical Wills and Family Ties; Marilyn Oliva, All in the Family? Monastic and Clerical Careers among Family Members in the Late Middle Ages; James Magee, Sir William Elmham and the Recruitment for Henry Despenser’s Crusade of 1383; Douglas Biggs, A Plantagenet Revolution in Government? The Officers of Central Government and the Lancastrian Usurpation of 1399

Reviews:

Jordan Andreev, Ivan Lazarov, and Plamen Pavlov, Koi koi e v srednovekovija Bulgaria (Who Was Who in Medieval Bulgaria), and Ivan Bozhilov, Ivan Biljarski, Hristo Dimitrov, and Ilija Iliev, Vizantiiskite Vasilevsi (Byzantine Emperors) (Alexis G. C. Savvides); Donald C. Jackman, Criticism and Critique: Sidelights on the Konradiner (Benjamin Arnold); Family Trees and the Roots of Politics: The Prosopography of Britain and France from the Tenth to the Twelfth Century, ed. K. S. B. Keats-Rohan (Stephanie Mooers Christelow); Telemachos C. Loungēs (Lounghis), Episkōpese vyzantinēs istorīas (Survey of Byzantine History), Vol. 1: A.D.324–1204 (Alexis G. C. Savvides); Olivier Mattéoni, Servir le Prince. Les Officiers des ducs de Bourbon à la fin du Moyen Âge (1356–1523) (Michael Jones); Stefan Pätzold, Die frühen Wettiner. Adelsfamilie und Hausüberlieferung bis 1221 (Benjamin Arnold); Alamanach de Gotha 1998, managing editor Charlotte Pike (D’A. J. D. Boulton); Andreas Sohn, Deutsche Prokuratoren an der römischen Kurie in der Frührenaissance (1431–1474) (John B. Freed)

Varia:

Prosopon: Newsletter of the Unit for Prosopographical Research; The Yorkshire Medieval Data-bank

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Volume 19 (1998)

Individuals—$30.00/volume
Institutions—$37.50/volume

Articles:

Kathleen Thompson, Family Tradition and the Crusading Impulse: The Rotrou Counts of the Perche; Alan V. Murray, Walther, Duke of Teck: The Invention of a German Hero of the First Crusade; Jonathan Phillips, The Murder of Charles the Good and the Second Crusade: Household, Nobility, and Traditions of Crusading in Medieval Flanders; Pascal Montaubin, La Politique bénéficiale d’Urbain IV (1261–64) en France du Nord: intérêt d’une approche prosopographique; Olivier Mattéoni, Une Base de données informatisée pour l’étude prosopographique du personnel politique de la principauté bourbonnaise à la fin du Moyen Âge: présentation et exploitation; Virginia Davis, Medieval Longevity: The Experience of Members of Religious Orders in Late Medieval England; Barbara E. Megson, Mortality among London Citizens in the Black Death; Josep Vilella, PCBE: Hispania; J. S. Hamilton, Another Daughter for Piers Gaveston? Amie de Gaveston, Damsel of the Queen’s Chamber; Ben Daw, Elections to the Order of the Garter in the Reign of Edward IV, 1461–83

Reviews:

Jonathan Riley-Smith, The First Crusaders (1095–1131) (George T. Beech); Simon Barton, The Aristocracy in Twelfth-Century León and Castile (Christin Cleaton); Gerard J. Brault, Early Blazon: Heraldic Terminology in the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries with Special Reference to Arthurian Heraldry, and Rolls of Arms: Edward I (1272–1307) ed. Gerard J. Brault (Alan V. Murray); Pierre Desportes and Hélène Millet with the collaboration of Jean-Marc Albert, Pierre Bony, Édouard Bouyé, Denis Escudier, Guy Lanoë, Kristine Lemé, Pascal Montaubin, Vincent Tabbagh, Fasti ecclesiae gallicanae. Répertoire prosopographique des évêques, dignitaires et chanoines de France de 1200 à 1500, Tome 1: Diocèse d’Amiens (E. Rozanne Elder); John B. Freed, Noble Bondsmen: Ministerial Marriages in the Archdiocese of Salzburg, 1100–1343 (Alan V. Murray); Christoph Fuchs, Dives, Pauper, Nobilis, Magister, Frater, Clericus: Sozialgeschichtliche Untersuchungen über Heidelberger Universitätsbesucher des Spätmittelalters (1386–1450) (Hilde de Ridder-Symoens); L’État moderne et les élites XIIIe–XVIIIe siècles. Apports et limites de la méthode prosopographique: actes du colloque international CNRS-Paris I, 16–19 octobre 1991, ed. Jean-Philippe Genet and Gunther Lottes (George T. Beech); Nathalie Gorochov, Le Collège de Navarre de sa fondation (1305) au début de XVe siècle (1418): histoire de l’institution, de sa vie intellectuelle et de son recrutement (Thomas Sullivan, OSB); František Kubů, Die staufische Ministerialität in Egerland: Ein Beitrag zur Siedlungs-und Verwaltungsgeschichte (Alan V. Murray); Claudia Märtl, Kardinal Jean Jouffroy († 1473). Leben und Werk (Katherine Walsh); Pauline Stafford, Queen Emma and Queen Edith: Queenship and Women’s Power in Eleventh-Century England (Emma Mason)

Varia:

Yorksire Medieval Data-bank

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Volume 18 (1997)

Individuals—$30.00/volume
Institutions—$37.50/volume

Articles:

Oscar De Ville, Deyville (or de Daiville): Origins of an English Regional Family; Dave Postles, Cultures of Peasant Naming in Twelfth-Century England; Amy Livingstone, Noblewomen’s Control of Property in Early Twelfth-Century Blois-Chartres; David Balfour, The Origins of the Longchamp Family; Thomas K. Keefe, The Courting Game: Rank Order and Witness Clusters in the Early Charters of King Richard I, 1189–90; Hugh M. Thomas, An Upwardly Mobile Medieval Woman: Juliana of Warwick; Quentin Griffiths, Royal Counselors and Trouvères in the Houses of Nesle and Soissons; Mary Hayes Somers, A Prosopography of Irish Scholars; Thomas Sullivan, OSB, Benedictine Masters of the Medieval University of Paris: Careers and Regency; Kathryn L. Reyerson, Prostitution in Medieval Montpellier: The Ladies of Campus Polverel

Reviews:

Martin Aurell, Les Noces du comte. Mariage et pouvoir en Catalogne (785–1213) (George T. Beech); Virginia Bainbridge, Gilds in the Medieval Countryside: Social and Religious Change in Cambridgeshire c. 1350–1558 (Judy Ann Ford); Joan Greatrex, Biographical Register of the English Cathedral Priories of the Province of Canterbury, c.1066–1540 (Marilyn Oliva); Claus-Peter Hasse, Die welfischen Hofämter und die welfische Ministerialität in Sachsen: Studien zur Sozialgeschichte des 12. und 13. Jahrhunderts (Benjamin Arnold); Words, Names and History: Selected Writings of Cecily Clark, ed. Peter Jackson (George T. Beech); Maryanne Kowaleski, Local Markets and Regional Trade in Medieval Exeter (Martha C. Howell); F. Donald Logan, Runaway Religious in Medieval England, c. 1240–1540 (Joel T. Rosenthal); Pamela Nightingale, A Medieval Mercantile Community: The Grocers’ Company and the Politics and Trade of London 1000–1485 (Maryanne Kowaleski); Paul B. Pixton, The German Episcopacy and the Implementation of the Decrees of the Fourth Lateran Council, 1216–1245: Watchmen on the Tower (John C. Moore); Matthias Thumser, Rom und der römische Adel in der späten Stauferzeit (John Doran); Charles Young, The Making of the Neville Family, 1166–1400 A.D. (Elizabeth G. Kunz)

Varia:

Necrology; Prosopon

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NB Volumes 1 through 17 of Medieval Prosopography appeared bi-annually, Spring and Fall. Beginning with volume 18 (1997) the journal became an annual containing articles plus an extended book review section and notices of conferences and research projects.

Back Issues

Subject to availability, individual issues and/or complete volumes of back numbers of Medieval Prosopography may be purchased at the following rates: Vols. 1-11 $10.00/volume, $5.00/issue; Vols. 12-17 $20.00/volume, $10.00/issue; Vols. 18, 21, 22, 23 $30.00/individuals, $37.50/institutions; Index to Vols. 6-10 (in 11/1, Spring 1990); Index to Vols. 11-15 (in 16/1, Spring 1995).

 

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