‘Thinking Outside the Box': The Role of Diagrams in Medieval Manuscripts [Paper No: 1102-a]
13th-Century Castilian in Hebrew Script: What Is the Rule? [Paper No: 1719-a]
1457-1941: Retracing the 'Life' of a Medieval German Manuscript [Paper No: 832-b]
A Devotional Manuscript of a Controlling Woman in Ghent (1527) [Paper No: 1502-b]
A Flexible Unity: Ademar of Chabannes and the Production and Usage of MS Leiden, Universiteitsbibliotheek, Vossianus Latinus Octavo 15 [Paper No: 227-a]
A Game of Thrones: Looking at the 'Seat' as a Symbol of Divine Law in Insular Manuscript Art [Paper No: 1215-b]
A Matter of Style: Scribal Education, Continuity, and Discontinuity in High Medieval Monastic Scriptoria from the Southern Low Countries [Paper No: 110-b]
A Miscellany within a Miscellany: Medieval Arabic Compendia of Philosophical and Related Contents [Paper No: 327-a]
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 Natural Miscellany?: The Early Medieval Physiologus in its Manuscript Context [Paper No: 227-b]
A Testimony of Carolingian Rule? The Codex Epistolaris Carolinus and Its Historical Context [Paper No: 1610-b]
'Al þe longage of þe norþumbres': Rules for Scribal Copying and Their Effect on Dialect Variance in 14th-Century Northumbria [Paper No: 128-a]
All in the Mind's Eye: Mise-en-Page as Reflection of Crisis [Paper No: 101-c]
An 11th-Century King and His Way to Legitimize His Power: Fernando I of León [Paper No: 1326-a]
An Archaeology of a Collection: Stratification and Meanings in Books from the Former Old Library of Soeterbeeck [Paper No: 1127-a]
An Ursuline Office in a Manuscript from Ottobeuren and Its Modus Signs in the Margin as a Better Orientation for the Medieval Reader [Paper No: 1102-b]
'And Another Thing… ': Multiple Requests in 14th-Century Petitions [Paper No: 226-c]
Between Tradition and Liberty: Writing Rules of Vernacular Inscriptions in France (12th-14th Centuries) [Paper No: 1119-b]
Biblical Latin Versifications in the 15th-Century Miscellanies [Paper No: 1027-c]
Breaking the 'Mirror' Anew: Opposition to the Speculum Simplicium Animarum in the 15th Century [Paper No: 304-a]
Brunetto Latini's Livres dou Trésor and Its Decoration as a Mirror of Princes for Charles of Anjou [Paper No: 1123-c]
Cartographers, Copyists, and Conventions: The Portolan Chart [Paper No: 804-a]
Cartographies of Exclusion: Mapping Jews in the Middle Ages [Paper No: 203-c]
Causes and Rules for the Variations of Gothic Scripts in the Writing Office of the Chapter of Oviedo during the 15th Century [Paper No: 1619-a]
Cave hic: New Rules for Reading al-Ghazali in the Latin West [Paper No: 724-a]
Changing the Rules?: Mid‐Century Developments in English Square Minuscule [Paper No: 301-c]
Cistercians and Their Archive Books in the Low Countries in the Later Middle Ages: Diplomatic Aspects [Paper No: 627-a]
Clergy and Breach of Law: The Dioceses of Salamanca and Zamora during the 12th and 13th Centuries [Paper No: 1326-b]
Combat or Contest?: Fighting and Fencing in Middle High German Literature [Paper No: 1603-c]
Constructing a Self Image of Königsfeld Abbey by Writing [Paper No: 1619-b]
Cracking the Code?: The (Un)Conscious Rules of Textual Division in the Exeter Book [Paper No: 119-a]
Dynamics of Composition in Syriac Manuscripts [Paper No: 1519-a]
Editing Ernoul's Chronicle [Paper No: 1604-b]
Editing William's De Miraculis S. Virginis [Paper No: 1524-a]
Edits and Textual Interventions in a Late-Romanesque Vita Christi [Paper No: 1602-a]
English Bishops in the Chronicle of Melrose in the mid-13th Century [Paper No: 1002-c]
'Et hec scripsi manu mea propria': Known and Unknown Autographs of Emperor Charles IV as Testimony of Self Image and Intellectual Profile [Paper No: 1219-a]
Exemplars and Scribal Innovation in the Old English Bede [Paper No: 719-a]
Faux Pas or Forgery?: Post-Medieval Modifications to an Unknown French Book of Hours [Paper No: 1602-c]
Following Rules to the Letter?: Spelling, Punctuation, and Letter-Writing Conventions in the Paston Letters [Paper No: 119-c]
For the Good of the Order: The Written and Unwritten Rules of Engagement between the Boni Homines of Ashridge and Their Founder, Edmund, Earl of Cornwall [Paper No: 1111-b]
From Quires to Commonplace Books: The Uses of Booklets in the Late Middle Ages [Paper No: 1702-a]
From Standard to Use in Oviedo's Public Notariat in Early 14th Century [Paper No: 1731-c]
Fun, Puns, and Irreverence: Medieval Decorated Initials and Bestiary Animal Motifs - Some Canterbury Examples [Paper No: 112-b]
Gerald of Wales and the English Conquest of Ireland: Map, Text, and Marginal Illustration in MS 700, National Museum of Ireland [Paper No: 303-b]
Glosses in All Shapes and Sizes: What Does Form Say about Function? [Paper No: 129-a]
Graphical System and Social Norms: Measuring a Collective Scribal Profile [Paper No: 1319-b]
Hebrew Riesenbibeln and the Kalonymos Family of Scribes [Paper No: 1719-c]
Hincmar's Vita Remigii: History of the Diffusion and Reception [Paper No: 1009-b]
Historical European Martial Arts and History: Some Methodological Reflections [Paper No: 1603-a]
History by Contact [Paper No: 1511-c]
How to Revive an Old Psalter: Uppsala, Universitetsbiblioteket, MS C 517 k, and the Exuberant Interventions It Received in Delft [Paper No: 1102-c]
'If I Forget You, O Jerusalem… ': The Capetian King, St George, and the Crusade [Paper No: 302-a]
Illuminating Devotions: An Abbot's Role and Religion Shown Through the Iconography of Westminster Abbey's Litlyngton Missal [Paper No: 1511-a]
Illuminations of Death Rituals in Late Medieval Books of Hours [Paper No: 614-b]
Illustrating the Law: Workshop Practices in Illuminating Manuscripts with the Decretals of Gregory IX [Paper No: 1323-d]
Images of the Pagan Gods in the Abreujamens de las Estorias: History and Allegory [Paper No: 819-a]
Images that Re-Read Texts: Illustration Strategies in Manuscripts of Miracles of the Virgin [Paper No: 115-b]
Imagining the Crusades in 15th-Century Burgundy: The Order of the Golden Fleece and the Livre d'Eracles [Paper No: 202-b]
'In he pult and out he drow': Articulating Gendered Sexual Subjectivities in Two Middle English Singlewomen's Songs [Paper No: 631-b]
Inconspicuous Consumption: Reconsidering the Book of Hours as an Instrument of Private Devotion [Paper No: 527-a]
Introducing Disruptive Behaviour in the Íslendingasögur [Paper No: 1503-c]
'Isti sunt libri S. Crucis': Birth, Life, and Death of 12th-Century Manuscripts in a Cistercian Scriptorium and Library [Paper No: 832-a]
'Keep Well Christ's Commandments': Manuscript Evidence for the Significance of Versification in the Vernacular Versions of the Decalogue, c. 1350-1500 [Paper No: 1027-b]
La tradition latine de la Chronologia magna [Paper No: 819-c]
Le Régime du Corps of Aldebrandinus of Siena: Rules Depicted [Paper No: 1323-b]
Lectio Divina and Suspect Texts: The Monastic Library as Frontier Zone [Paper No: 117-c]
Les normes et les règles de rédaction d'un savoir gestuel: l'exemple des livres d'escrime à la fin du Moyen Age [Paper No: 1703-c]
Maps on Ottonian Charters? Unnoticed 10th-Century Drafts [Paper No: 704-b]
Marginalia in the Spotlight: A Quantitative Analysis of Annotated Manuscripts Exemplified by the Digital Collection of the Bayerische Staatsbibliothek Munich [Paper No: 129-b]
Masters of Micrography in 13th-Century Ashkenaz [Paper No: 1719-b]
Meddling Owners: The Afterlife of the Book of the White Earl [Paper No: 1602-b]
Medieval German Texts and European Book Culture: About an Old Conjunction and New Consequences [Paper No: 1030-c]
Mise-en-page and the Prosimetrum of Ketils saga hængs [Paper No: 1503-a]
New Manuscript Evidence for the Preaching Activity of William of Saint-Amour [Paper No: 530-b]
No Rules in the Sky: Astrological Concepts Freely Adapted to French Divinatory Texts (Manuscript O.9.35, 14th Century, Wren Library, Trinity College, Cambridge) [Paper No: 1729-a]
Nonius from Alcuin to Hincmar [Paper No: 1109-c]
Number and Geometrical Form: Medieval Imagination in the Commentarium in Apocallypsin of the Monastery of Lorvão [Paper No: 1506-a]
Officium capituli and Liber capituli: Lack and Existence of Rules in Monastic and Canonical Context at the End of the Middle Ages [Paper No: 1619-c]
Order and Disorder in the Margins: Missal No 354 (the Zagreb Metropolitana) and Its Sociocultural Background [Paper No: 1605-c]
Out of Sight but Not Out of Mind: Cassiodorus' Historia Ecclesiastica Tripartita Before the Earliest Extant Manuscript [Paper No: 109-a]
Parameters of the Palm Tree: Rules and Guidelines that Developed through the Iconographic Expressions of Early Medieval Church Culture [Paper No: 1305-a]
Picking a 9th-Century Author's Brain: Observing Hincmar at Work on His Treatise about King Lothar's Divorce [Paper No: 1109-b]
Picturing Language and Landscapes in The Book of Sir John Mandeville [Paper No: 1706-b]
Polish Passions and Lives of Christ from the 15th and 16th Centuries: Between Translation, Appropriation, and Innovation [Paper No: 1030-b]
Prophecy, Encyclopedia, Handbook for Special Purposes?: The Manuscript Evidence of the Livre de Sidrach [Paper No: 616-a]
Prose Rhythm (Cursus) in Sven Aggeson's Works [Paper No: 523-c]
Punctuation Marks as 'Signs' of Use in Nicholas Love's Mirror of the Blessed Life of Jesus Christ [Paper No: 1702-c]
Reading the Dietsche Doctrinale: Marginalia in Manuscript Den Haag, KB: 76 E 5 (Beatrijs Manuscript, c. 1374) [Paper No: 1526-a]
Renovatum ab A. Beckers Rectore: Studying the Liturgical Renovation of a Monastic Book Collection [Paper No: 1127-b]
Rule and Variation in English Vernacular Minuscule [Paper No: 1119-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 for the Ruler: Measures of Control over the Early Spanish Inquisition [Paper No: 1122-b]
Rules of Order: God, Number, and Images of Creation [Paper No: 1712-c]
Ruling by the Book: The Construction of a Space for Regulations, Poverty, and the Use of Books in the Franciscan Order [Paper No: 713-b]
Scribes of Fountains Abbey [Paper No: 1222-a]
Seeing Oneself Judged: Donor Portraits in Last Judgements and Praying for the Hereafter [Paper No: 614-c]
Source Use and Modification in the Medieval Latin Bestiary [Paper No: 112-a]
Spreading the Light: Mapping the Vernacular Elucidarium in Medieval England [Paper No: 527-b]
Swords and Crowns: Images of the King in a Spanish Romanesque Bible [Paper No: 1529-c]
Taking Oath on the Code of Law: The Book as Embodiment of Law [Paper No: 313-a]
Technical Analysis of The Fishing Party by Jan van Eyck [Paper No: 1223-c]
Technical and Archival Research: Jan van Eyck in Holland and the Zweders in Utrecht [Paper No: 1223-a]
Texts and Paratexts in Byzantine Manuscripts: Visual Rules and Scribal Habits [Paper No: 1519-b]
The Becerro Gótico of San Millán: The Reconstruction of a Lost Cartulary [Paper No: 727-c]
The Birth of Audacity: Conversion and Intercultural Discourse in the Thornton Romances [Paper No: 130-b]
The Books of Margarethe von Rodemachern and Dutch Literature in Luxemburg: New Examples of the Mobility of Ideas and Transmission of Texts [Paper No: 1325-c]
The Common Profit of King and Kingdom: The Political Language of Petitioning, 1300-1450 [Paper No: 226-b]
The Contradictions and Complexities of Editing Medieval Texts in Renaissance England [Paper No: 119-b]
The Copying Techniques of the Worcester Cartulary Scribes [Paper No: 719-c]
The Didactic Kunstgriff in Opicinus de Canistris's Pal. 24r [Paper No: 615-c]
'The Dreamer and the Dream': Royal Dreams and their Context in the Chronicle of John of Worcester [Paper No: 718-c]
The Eadwine Psalter and 12th-Century Vernacular Literary Culture [Paper No: 1120-a]
The Efforts of a Medieval Poet and the Copyist of His Literary Work to Help Their Readers to Understand Correctly the Text [Paper No: 1302-a]
The Extents of the Lordship of Chirk, 1391-93 [Paper No: 307-c]
The Form of the Form of Living: Versification and Didacticism in Middle English [Paper No: 1027-a]
The Genoese World Map of 1457 [Paper No: 203-a]
The Glossa Ordinaria on Ecclesiastes: Codicological and Cosmological Findings [Paper No: 1630-b]
The History of the Trojan War in the Middle Ages: Manuscripts Containing Dares of Phrygia's De excidio Troiae historia [Paper No: 227-c]
The Hours of Catherine of Cleves and the Use of Models for Its Marginalia [Paper No: 1323-a]
The Manipulation of Reception in Johannes Tauler's Von eym waren Euangelischen leben: A Paratextual Comparison of the 1543 Cologne Print and the 1555 Arnhem Manuscript [Paper No: 1302-c]
The Medieval Missal: The Book of Rules for Liturgy and for Painting - Some Examples from Central Europe [Paper No: 1606-c]
The Medieval Peutinger Map [Paper No: 704-d]
The Mystery of the Devotional Miscellany: Some 15th-Century Compilations [Paper No: 527-c]
The Noachide Dispersion in English Mappae Mundi of the Early 12th Century [Paper No: 203-b]
The Peutinger Map between Antiquity and the Middle Ages [Paper No: 704-c]
The Plot Thickens: New Findings from the 12th-Century Texts of Nicolaus Maniacutius [Paper No: 1502-a]
The Portrayal of Charlemagne in Text and Image in BL Royal MS 15.E.VI [Paper No: 508-b]
The Quest for Ernoul [Paper No: 1604-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 Riddle of the Cross: Cynewulf and the Meaning of The Vercelli Book [Paper No: 801-a]
The Siege Surrounded: Reading and Re-Reading the Siege of Jerusalem in Its Manuscript Contexts [Paper No: 327-c]
The Significance of User's Notes: Johanna Cappeval and Her Books [Paper No: 1127-c]
The Sloane Group of Middle English Manuscripts [Paper No: 1702-b]
The Social Role of History in the Calendar Culture of 12th-Century Durham: The Case of Durham Cathedral Library, MS Hunter 100 [Paper No: 110-a]
The Study of Virgil's Works in the 9th Century [Paper No: 129-c]
The Translation and Early Developement of the Old French William of Tyre [Paper No: 1604-c]
The Unseen Intermediaries: Who Wrote Petitions? [Paper No: 226-a]
The Visual Vernacular: Illustrating Jean de Vignay's Crusade Translations [Paper No: 202-a]
The Vitas Patrum in Domenico Cavalca's Italian Translation (1320s) [Paper No: 1130-a]
The Wycliffite Psalms [Paper No: 1120-c]
'To be adorned with manners': An Examination of 12th-Century Practical Rules of Etiquette as Described in Urbanus Magnus, Attributed to Daniel of Beccles [Paper No: 216-b]
'Traktat von den Seelenkräften': A Late Medieval Introduction to the German Translation of Herps' Spieghel der volcomenheit [Paper No: 1025-b]
Use and Adaption of Models by the Masters of Zweder van Culemborg [Paper No: 1223-b]
Vitas Patrum in Czech Translation (14th Century) [Paper No: 1130-c]
Women's Involvement in Reading and Book Production in the 12th Century: Conforming or Breaking the Rules? [Paper No: 1317-b]
Workshop Practices in Two Manuscripts by the Master of Gijsbrecht van Brederode [Paper No: 1323-c]
Worldly Insertions in the Holy Writ: Divergent Uses of Early Printed Dutch Bibles [Paper No: 1502-c]
Writing Angles: Palaeographic Considerations on the Inclination of the Script [Paper No: 1319-a]
Writing Notarial Documents in Normandy: Practice and Regulations [Paper No: 627-b]
Writings on the Wall: The Discriminating Use of Scripts in Late Medieval Mural Paintings [Paper No: 1119-a]