12th-Century Flemish Toll Tariffs in a Period of Commercial Transition [Paper No: 637-c]
A Bastion of the Plantagenet Realm: The Channel Islands and the Kings of England, 1328-1341 [Paper No: 620-b]
A Corrupt Minister or a Corruptible System?: Yelü Yixin and the Aristocratic Order of the Kitan Liao Dynasty in the 11th Century [Paper No: 234-b]
A 'Culturally Syncretic' Border Society?: Testamentary Evidence of the Medieval March from the Diocese of Hereford [Paper No: 527-a]
A Financial Centre and Its Creditors: Siena in the 13th Century [Paper No: 1140-a]
Abbatial Office and Politics in Pre-Conquest England [Paper No: 1537-b]
At the Sharp End of Exchequer Experimentation: The Shrieval Experience during the Period of Baronial Reform, 1258-1265 [Paper No: 224-b]
B(e)aring a Blade: Bearing Swords in the High and Late Middle Ages [Paper No: 642-a]
'Beyond the knowledge and will of their lord': Marcher Lords and Troublesome Tenants in the Welsh March during the 13th Century [Paper No: 627-a]
Border Crime and Border Society on the Anglo-Scottish Frontier, c. 1570-1603 [Paper No: 1521-c]
Bounded by the Page: Editing, Adding, and Expanding Late Medieval Financial Records [Paper No: 1211-a]
Cambellanus, Camaralengo, Chambellan, Camarlenc: Navigating Linguistic Boundaries in the Administration of Champagne-Navarre [Paper No: 1316-a]
'Cities on edge': Complementing the History of Urbanism along the Early Medieval Mediterranean Frontiers [Paper No: 215-a]
Concerning the Transtigritani: A Geopolitical Curiosity on the Eastern Roman Frontier, 4th-6th Centuries [Paper No: 825-b]
Connecting Commercial Borders in Cnut's Governance: Danegeld, Commercial Treaties, and Scandinavian Networks [Paper No: 134-a]
County Boundaries, an Exercise in Hercology: The Shiring of the Devon / Dumnonian, Dorset / Wessex Border Presented in Aldhelm's Carmen rhythmicum [Paper No: 1326-a]
Defending the West Border: A Challenge for Byzantine Emperor Alexios I Komnenos, 1081-1118 [Paper No: 1727-a]
Defining the Hackney: Type, Terminology, and Translation [Paper No: 1706-b]
Divide and Conquer: The Legal Implications of Shared Munāṣafāt Lands between the Early Mamluks and Levantine Crusader States, 1250-1290 [Paper No: 1023-b]
Ecclesiastical Incomes and Political Control in the Fishing Communities of Arctic Norway in the Late Middle Ages [Paper No: 235-a]
Economic Interests and Clauses in Roman-Sasanian Peace Treaties during Late Antiquity: A Story of Co-Operation, Mutual Dependence, and Rivalry [Paper No: 725-b]
Expanding and Representing the Boundaries of Social Discipline in Late Medieval Central European City Language [Paper No: 1516-a]
Fading Borders: The Integration of the Dalmatian Towns under King Louis I of Hungary [Paper No: 1326-b]
From Clare to Connacht: The Economy of the Mortimer Lordship, 1368-1398 [Paper No: 1526-c]
From Conquest to Commerce: The Maturation of Marshal Leinster within a Transnational Lordship, 1170-1247 [Paper No: 1526-a]
Frontier Castles and Their Governors in the Kingdom of Navarre in the 13th Century [Paper No: 536-a]
Guarding the Borders of the Florentine State: Elite Lineages and the Offices of Castellan and Vicar in 14th-Century Tuscany [Paper No: 1627-b]
Historiography of the Repartimientos and Encomiendas in Puerto Rico: The Case of the Repartimientos with Natives in Encomiendas of 1510 [Paper No: 830-c]
Hungry Borders: Escalating Conflict on the Carolingian Frontier [Paper No: 1627-a]
Imperium sine fine?: The Iranian Perspective on Late Antique Borders [Paper No: 1525-a]
Indictments and Trials as Sources for Homicides [Paper No: 808-b]
Institutional Syncretism and Institutional Reformulation in the Middle Ages: The Case of the Byzantine Megadux [Paper No: 513-b]
Judicial Appeal and the Negotiation of Political Boundaries in Aquitaine [Paper No: 1016-b]
København, Kongelige Bibliotek, G.K.S. 1595: An Ideological Gift from Archbishop Wulfstan of York to Bishop Gerbrand of Roskilde and Its Context within the Reign of Cnut [Paper No: 1537-a]
Manorial Administration: The Role of Officials as Organisers and Managers [Paper No: 1240-b]
Manorial Evidence and the People of 1381 [Paper No: 1341-c]
Maritime Security around the Insular Kingdom of Sicily after the Sicilian Vespers [Paper No: 134-c]
Medieval Equine Breeds: Equine Breeding in Medieval Sources [Paper No: 1706-a]
Memory Administrated: The Use of History in Conflicts in Late Medieval France [Paper No: 114-c]
Mountains, Caves, and Snowstorms: The 'Lai of Two Lovers' in Anglo-Norman and Old Norse [Paper No: 1135-d]
Moving the Borders on a Bigger or Smaller Scale: Agency of Slavonian Nobility in the 15th Century [Paper No: 1728-b]
Papyrus and Parchment as Cultural Borders in Europe and the Mediterranean, 8th-11th Centuries [Paper No: 1221-d]
Philippa of Hainault: Consort Queen and Landowner [Paper No: 1014-a]
Policing Behaviour in Times of War: The Regensburg Council's Ordinances from the 'Town War', 1381-1389 [Paper No: 1516-b]
Political Property?: The 15th-Century Lordship of Denbigh [Paper No: 627-c]
Politics, Credit, and Public Spending in Bologna between the End of the 13th Century and the First Half of the 14th Century [Paper No: 1140-c]
Privileging the Urban Charter of Privilege: Ideology and the Anti-Seigneurial Possibilities of Urban History [Paper No: 308-c]
Reconstructing Local Boundaries in Early Medieval Scotland: The Cases of Rhynie (Aberdeenshire) and Burghead (Moray) [Paper No: 637-b]
Regard sur la genèse des statuts communaux en Provence méridionale: le cas de Solliès-Pont [Paper No: 1336-c]
Rome-Sasanian Rivalry, Roman Garrisons, and the South Caucasus Policy of Rome in Late Antiquity [Paper No: 1314-a]
Royal Patronage and the Episcopate in the Reign of Edward III [Paper No: 1642-c]
Slaying His Boar: Nicomedia and the Construction of Tetrarchic Legitimacy [Paper No: 1009-a]
Social Networks in Early English Charters [Paper No: 1637-b]
Staging Authority in the Late Medieval Northern Adriatic: Venice, Istria, and the Patriarchate of Aquileia [Paper No: 1003-a]
Super facto confinium: Making and Regulating the Border between Venice and Ferrara in the Early 15th Century [Paper No: 124-c]
Symmachus' Relationes and the Limits of Imperial Authority [Paper No: 1209-a]
Symphony between Sacerdotium and Imperium: Reality or Propaganda? - The 'Three-Chapters Controversy' as a Test Case [Paper No: 219-c]
Territorialising the Fiscal: Using Tolls to Enforce Political Borders in 13th-Century France [Paper No: 315-b]
The Administrative Structure of the Late Roman Limites according to the Notitia Dignitatum [Paper No: 1225-b]
The Audit of Alexander Bicknor in the Reign of Edward II: The Malpractice of the Treasurer of Ireland and Its Aftermath [Paper No: 1116-c]
The Borders of Official Religion: Conformity and Officeholding in Theodosian Legislation [Paper No: 1513-a]
The Boundaries of Colonial Governance: King and Aristocracy in 13th-Century Ireland [Paper No: 1116-b]
The Changing Boundaries of Sanctuary from Hubert Walter to Henry VIII [Paper No: 324-c]
The City Council Renewal Ceremony in the Light of Council Mirrors of Late Medieval and Early Modern Times [Paper No: 1516-c]
The Danish Connection in the Trans-European Confrontation between Papacy and Monarchy around 1300 [Paper No: 135-a]
The De-Romanization of the Early Middle Ages: Recontextualizing Post-Roman Britain and Italy [Paper No: 214-a]
The Emergence of 'Queens' in the 5th-Century West: Transcending Political Borders? [Paper No: 1613-a]
The Good Guys and the Bad Guys?: Banditry in Albania Veneta in the 15th Century [Paper No: 1728-c]
The Irish Pipe Roll of 14 John, 1212: Reconstructing Medieval Administration Through Antiquarian Transcriptions [Paper No: 1701-b]
The Key to Controlling the King?: Robert de Vere, Duke of Ireland, and the Chamberlainship, 1381-1388 [Paper No: 1104-b]
The Medieval Castilian-Islamic Southern Border: Military, Institutional, and Social Aspects of the Long-Lasting Christian-Muslim Frontier [Paper No: 1327-a]
The Office of Reeve in Domesday Book [Paper No: 1637-c]
The Papal Provinciale [Paper No: 628-a]
The Sheriff and the Business of the County Courts in the Early 13th Century [Paper No: 224-a]
Two Norths: The de Lacys' and de Vescys' Interactions with Scotland during the Long 12th Century [Paper No: 1521-a]
What Happened When Roman Frontiers Collapsed: The Lower Danube Limes Zone in the 7th to 8th Centuries [Paper No: 1325-a]
Winchester, 1086: Managing the Work of the Domesday Scribes [Paper No: 1240-c]
Women on the Edge: The de Clare Sisters and the Marches of Wales, c. 1307-1333 [Paper No: 620-a]