‘þut folc þat was in þe toun - þe gates made vaste': Aspects of the Relationships between Towns and Armies during the English Civil War of 1264-5 [Paper No: 1224-b]
A Byzantine Metropolitan Chancery and Their Rules [Paper No: 1720-b]
A Monastic Power in Reconstruction: The Versatility of the Past and the Present Time in the Becerro Gótico of Sahagún [Paper No: 727-b]
A Tight-Fisted Patron?: Geoffrey, Count of Anjou and Duke of Normandy, 1129-51 [Paper No: 1622-a]
Alms in Anjou, 987-1151: Charters and the Development of a Legal Norm [Paper No: 1121-a]
'And Another Thing… ': Multiple Requests in 14th-Century Petitions [Paper No: 226-c]
'By the Will of the Count': Legal Power and Jurisdiction in Flanders before, during, and after Crusade [Paper No: 1304-a]
Chancery Notations and Their Role as Means of Communication in Medieval Chanceries: The Case of the Bavarian and Tyrolean Chanceries [Paper No: 1520-b]
Cistercians and Their Archive Books in the Low Countries in the Later Middle Ages: Diplomatic Aspects [Paper No: 627-a]
Conciliating the Incompatible: The Lords of Milan's Chancery Activity in the Mirror of Some Charters, (Late 14th Century) [Paper No: 1720-a]
Constructing a Self Image of Königsfeld Abbey by Writing [Paper No: 1619-b]
De re paleographia digitalia: The Charters and Chancery of the Counts of Holland/Hainault (1299-1345) [Paper No: 627-d]
'Dilectissima coniunx et consors regni': Expressions of Queenship in Italian Diplomas (9th – 10th Centuries) [Paper No: 529-a]
Disputing Property in 13th- and 14th-Century Zealand: The Case of the Sorø Donation Book [Paper No: 1018-a]
Documenting Richard II [Paper No: 1022-b]
Emperor Henry VI's Efforts to Conquer a Superior and Unruly Society: Two Edicts of Restitution and a New Type of Charter [Paper No: 533-c]
'Ex antiqua consuetudine': The Written and Unwritten Rules of Charter Production within the Comital Chancery of Flanders and Hainaut (1191-1244) [Paper No: 829-b]
Frankpledge in English Cities [Paper No: 1124-c]
From Conflict to Commemoration: King John's Family Piety [Paper No: 1622-c]
From Standard to Use in Oviedo's Public Notariat in Early 14th Century [Paper No: 1731-c]
Graphical System and Social Norms: Measuring a Collective Scribal Profile [Paper No: 1319-b]
Imperial Reflections in Alemannic Formularies [Paper No: 709-c]
Internal Rules of Late Medieval German Chanceries and Their Heuristic Value [Paper No: 1520-a]
It's More of a Guideline Really: Breaking Rules and Boundaries in Mantua, c. 1000-1150 [Paper No: 1321-c]
Keeping Charters Before Cartularies [Paper No: 727-a]
Late Medieval Urban Chanceries in the Holy Roman Empire [Paper No: 1720-c]
Law and Confirmation of Bishops' Elections: The Rules of the Testimonies from a Medieval Manuscript (15th Century) [Paper No: 829-c]
Local Maps on Medieval Seals [Paper No: 704-a]
Manufacturing Consent? South German Schwoerbriefe at the End of the Middle Ages [Paper No: 518-c]
Maps on Ottonian Charters? Unnoticed 10th-Century Drafts [Paper No: 704-b]
Nulli... Si Quis and Their Copycats: Penal Forms in Later Medieval Charters [Paper No: 133-c]
Pope Innocent II and the Iberian Peninsula [Paper No: 122-a]
Power Beyond the Rules: Formalism and Experimentation in the Italian Chancelleries, c. 1380-1500 [Paper No: 1620-b]
Principles Know No Law: Justifying Insurgency after the Carolingians - Boso, Robert of Neustria, and the Saxons [Paper No: 808-b]
'Pro salute anime mee': Motivations and Rules for Personal Commemoration in 12th-Century York [Paper No: 127-c]
Questions of Jurisdiction in 11th-Century Normandy [Paper No: 1221-c]
Rule Infringements: Enquiries in the County of Luna at the End of the Middle Ages [Paper No: 1326-c]
Rules for a Database on Italian Notaries [Paper No: 1319-c]
Rules within the Document: Carolingian Corroborationes [Paper No: 133-a]
Securing the Grant: Maintenance and Lordship in 12th- and 13th-Century Scottish Charters [Paper No: 1121-c]
The Becerro Gótico of San Millán: The Reconstruction of a Lost Cartulary [Paper No: 727-c]
The Common Profit of King and Kingdom: The Political Language of Petitioning, 1300-1450 [Paper No: 226-b]
The Copying Techniques of the Worcester Cartulary Scribes [Paper No: 719-c]
The Image of the Corporate Body and the Individual Fingerprint: Designing Legal Authentification in 13th-Century Common Seals [Paper No: 313-b]
The Meaning of Caritas in Beguine Rules in the Later Middle Ages, 13th-15th Centuries [Paper No: 821-b]
The Power to Judge: Jurisdiction in Land Conflicts in Denmark in the 13th Century [Paper No: 1018-b]
The Rebellion of Ralph d'Aincourt [Paper No: 107-a]
The Redaction of the Regensburg Cartulary: Some Remarks [Paper No: 627-c]
The Registers of the Clerks of the Count of Holland [Paper No: 1302-b]
The Relationships between the Charter Issuing of Anglo-Norman Kings and Their Itineraries [Paper No: 827-a]
The Rules of the Church: Written Forms of Episcopal Power in Western Tuscany [Paper No: 829-a]
The Sanctiones of the Cluniac Charters of the 10th-11th Centuries [Paper No: 133-b]
The Unseen Intermediaries: Who Wrote Petitions? [Paper No: 226-a]
'Una intolerabel faticha': Antiquated Meets Modern - Conflicting Rules in Late Medieval Chancellery Practices, The Example of the Gorizian Chancellery [Paper No: 1620-a]
'Vermerkt die gewalt so in die cantzley geantwortet sind auf dem lanndtag... ': The Chancery and the Negotiations at the Tyrolean Diet, 15th Century [Paper No: 1520-c]
Violation and Legitimization: Changing the Rules of Accession to Ducal Krakow [Paper No: 1332-c]
Writing Notarial Documents in Normandy: Practice and Regulations [Paper No: 627-b]