1457-1941: Retracing the 'Life' of a Medieval German Manuscript [Paper No: 832-b]
A Ducal Emblem in an Urban Setting: The Introduction of Philip the Good's Emblem of the Steel and Flint within the Flemish Urban and Rural Shooting Confraternities (1445-1467) [Paper No: 1224-a]
A Tight-Fisted Patron?: Geoffrey, Count of Anjou and Duke of Normandy, 1129-51 [Paper No: 1622-a]
Arthurian Imagery in the Early Reign of Henry VIII: An Examination of Patent and Plea Rolls Illuminations [Paper No: 1331-b]
Bows as Forces for Peace: Noble Participation in Archery and Crossbow Guilds in Late Medieval Flanders as a Force for Stability [Paper No: 1124-b]
By the Rules: Regulating Sculpture in Medieval Castile [Paper No: 1712-a]
Canons, Letters, and Local Clerics: Changing and Creating Law in the Later 12th Century [Paper No: 1611-b]
'Isti sunt libri S. Crucis': Birth, Life, and Death of 12th-Century Manuscripts in a Cistercian Scriptorium and Library [Paper No: 832-a]
Medieval Icelandic Plant-Names in a European Context [Paper No: 806-a]
New Literary Rules for King Arthur and His Knights [Paper No: 1015-c]
'Not Exactly Unchivalrous... But Still Behaviour to be Ridiculed and Snickered At': On the Heraldic Consequences of Breaking Certain Unwritten Rules [Paper No: 1226-c]
Ordering the Great Household: Gentlemen Ushers and the Honour of the Lord in Late Medieval England [Paper No: 1601-a]
Parchment, Politics, and Pastoral Care: Administration in 13th-Century Lincoln [Paper No: 1615-b]
Questions of Jurisdiction in 11th-Century Normandy [Paper No: 1221-c]
Rules of Order: God, Number, and Images of Creation [Paper No: 1712-c]
Scribes of Fountains Abbey [Paper No: 1222-a]
Stanley Abbey's Home Grange [Paper No: 1222-c]
The Accounts of the Archery Guild of Dudzele: Rural Guilds and Community Spirit [Paper No: 1324-c]
The Charlton Horn Fair and the Worshipful Society of Cuckolds and Cuckold-Makers [Paper No: 1115-b]
The Extents of the Lordship of Chirk, 1391-93 [Paper No: 307-c]
The Joyful Companies of the Southern Low Countries: The Symbolic Value of Theatrical Activities in Late Medieval Cities [Paper No: 1330-b]
The Persistence of Medieval Boundaries in the Landscape of Central Italy [Paper No: 1608-b]
The Political Use of the Cistercians by King John [Paper No: 1222-b]
The Right Mix: Distributing Canon Law Collections in Early Medieval Bavaria [Paper No: 1611-a]
The Transformation of Topographies: From Byzantine Didimoteicho to Ottoman Dimetoka [Paper No: 1708-c]
When the Rule is Breaking the Rule: Criminal Trial Contumacy in Late 13th-Century Pavia [Paper No: 1321-a]