A New Timeline for the Appearance of Printed Textiles in Western Europe [Paper No: 641-b]
Artistic Exchanges and Domestic Decoration: Provençal Painted Ceilings and Their Archival Sources, 14th-16th Centuries [Paper No: 1212-b]
Behind the Ottoman Turkish Objects Belonging to Sigismondo Malatesta: Novelties, Ambitions, and Contradictions in a 15th-Century Italian Court [Paper No: 811-b]
Domestic Painted Ceilings in the Languedoc Region of France: Manifestations of Artistic Exchanges with Iberia and Italy, 13th-16th Centuries [Paper No: 1212-c]
Epigraphic and Ornamental Arabic Motifs in the Ceremonial Rooms of the Christian Barcelona Aristocracy: The Power of Forms and Lines in the Service of Social Valorisation, 13th-14th Centuries [Paper No: 1212-d]
Fantastic Lionesque Symbols in East Asian Traditions [Paper No: 101-b]
Fish Sentience in Medieval Sources [Paper No: 217-c]
Flaying and Identity, c. 1500: Skin as Text, Surface, and Clothing [Paper No: 1719-a]
Gender and Status in Rings from the Medieval Eastern Mediterranean [Paper No: 1302-a]
Holiday Anxiety: Grisly Imagery in Late Medieval Haggadot [Paper No: 702-b]
How Visual Information Builds and / or Breaks Manuscript Borders in the Wellcome Apocalypse (London, Wellcome Library MS 49) [Paper No: 1311-d]
Isabella d'Este: The Feminine Identity in the Court Portrait [Paper No: 1202-b]
Marking Divisions and Making Connections in 13th-Century Breviaries [Paper No: 1211-c]
Micro-Architectures and Micro-Landscapes in the Post-Byzantine World: Function, Meaning, and Symbolic Implications [Paper No: 212-c]
Order and Disorder in the 14th-Century Memorial Chapel at Cogges, Oxfordshire [Paper No: 311-c]
Pilgrims, Badges, and Miracles of St Kunera at Rhenen, the Netherlands [Paper No: 1729-c]
Pinning Down St George: Characterising the Nature of (So-Called) 'Pilgrim Badges' of St George Recorded through the Portable Antiquities Scheme [Paper No: 1729-a]
Power and Politics: The Crozier in 10th- and 11th-Century England [Paper No: 1537-c]
Re-Manifesting Miniatures: Data-Driven Storytelling and the Historiated Initial [Paper No: 603-c]
Removing the 'Border Guards': Eugène Müntz and Aby Warburg on Tapestry [Paper No: 641-a]
Seeing through the Veil: The 13th-Century Intarsia Façades of Lucca [Paper No: 1712-a]
Show and Tell: The Display of Rings in Treasuries and Museums [Paper No: 1302-c]
The Badges of Becket in Canterbury and Beyond [Paper No: 1729-b]
The Genesis of Colour: Notes on the Use of Colours in MS Junius 11 Art [Paper No: 712-a]
Weaving Monumental Borders [Paper No: 611-b]
What Happened to Henry's Heraldry? [Paper No: 1726-c]