(Re)Inventing a Political Landscape: Peoples, Kingdoms, and Carolingians in the Chronicle of Aduard, 15th Century [Paper No: 1722-c]
A (Mostly) Unknown Text Arguing for the Sanctity of Henry the Young King [Paper No: 208-b]
A Chivalric Anomaly?: Deception in the Conquest of Castejon and Alcocer in the Poema de Mio Cid [Paper No: 1004-a]
A King of Their Own?: Óláfr Tryggvason in Medieval Icelandic Prose [Paper No: 638-c]
'A little handbook of chronology': Contexts and Purposes of De primo Saxonum aduentu [Paper No: 1008-b]
A Mention of the Edictum Gallieni in Aurelius Victor and Its (Possible) Relationship with the Lost Historiography [Paper No: 1207-a]
A Tale of Two Archives: Paris, Passau, and the Papal Past in the 10th and 11th Centuries [Paper No: 608-b]
Acts of Collective Self-Representation: Studying Ethnicity in Anglo-Saxon England and Medieval Iceland [Paper No: 1035-a]
An Exploration of Approaches for the Transcription and Detection of Major Textual Differences among Manuscripts: An Example from Gregory of Tours' Decem libri historiarum [Paper No: 305-b]
Anarchical Narrative Emplotting and Historical Reflection in Early Medieval 'Heroic' Verse [Paper No: 308-b]
Automatic Authors?: Some Thoughts about the Development of German Historiography in the 11th Century [Paper No: 508-a]
Between Canon and Apocrypha: John Trevisa's Translation of the Gospel of Nicodemus [Paper No: 520-a]
Beyond Borders: Royal Protection of the Jews - A Catalyst for Testing the Limits of Political Power in the 13th Century [Paper No: 1514-c]
Blurring Boundaries of Time and Space: Resurrecting and Disseminating Cults in the West - Catalonia and Italy, 10th-11th Centuries [Paper No: 1221-a]
Borders of Form: Prose or Verse in the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle MS E (Oxford, Bodleian Library, Laud Misc 636) [Paper No: 1619-b]
Borders of Medias: Boundaries between Narrative and Visual Sources in a 14th-Century Example of Depictions of a Luxembourg Pedigree [Paper No: 1726-b]
Borders, Breaches, and Biased Admirers: Facing Ottoman Expansion in the 15th-Century Aegean Sea [Paper No: 827-c]
Britons, Picts, and Scots: Tattooing and Rites of Passage in the First Millennium CE [Paper No: 802-c]
Burial Patterns in the North of the Iberian Peninsula: Asturias Region as a Case Study [Paper No: 123-b]
Captive Queens and Rebellious Nuns: A Reexamination of the 'Scandal' in Poitiers [Paper No: 1106-c]
'Cesare splendidior': Anglo-Norman Memories of Æthelflæd of Mercia [Paper No: 1108-b]
Children on the Religious Border: Maliki Jurists on Custody and the Religion of Children of 'Mixed Families' [Paper No: 223-c]
Christian Pilgrims to Jerusalem and Their Perception of Muslims in the Later Middle Ages [Paper No: 526-b]
Creating Communities of Practice: A Case Study on Text Reuse of Matthew Paris' Chronica in English Legal Discourse [Paper No: 205-a]
Creating Cornwall with(in) Britain [Paper No: 1008-c]
Cross-Dressing, Ambiguity, and Gender in al-Andalus [Paper No: 223-b]
Crossing the Line: Boundaries of Acceptable and Unacceptable Imperial Behaviour in 14th-Century Byzantium [Paper No: 713-c]
Damnatio memoriae: The Art of Forgetting in High Medieval Denmark [Paper No: 508-b]
Dayeaks: Fostering in Early Medieval Armenia, 5th-7th Centuries [Paper No: 625-b]
'Defined as flesh by flesh-loathers': An Ecclesiastic, Somatic, Erotic Tour through Polydore Vergil's Sacred History [Paper No: 339-b]
Defining Borders of Ecclesiastical Property: The Politics of Memory in 12th-Century Italian Religious Houses [Paper No: 120-c]
Delineating 'Frontiers' of the Delhi Sultanate: Reading the Narratives of Tarikh-i Firuz Shahi and 'Isami's Futuh al-Salatin [Paper No: 1538-c]
Demarcating History: Time Refashioned through Language in Alfred's Verse Preface to the Pastoral Care [Paper No: 1010-c]
Depictions of Cities in William of Tyre's Chronicon: An Attempt to Overcome (Religious) Borders? [Paper No: 116-b]
Distant in Space and Habit?: Differing Perceptions of Ireland in the 11th and 12th Centuries [Paper No: 1722-a]
Dreiapsidensaalkirche across the Borders [Paper No: 1227-b]
'Drunkenness is the very sepulchre of human judgement': Intoxication and the Permeable Borders of Mind and Body in The Canterbury Tales [Paper No: 1119-a]
Early Medieval Dalmatia: Two 'Buffer Zones' of Two Empires [Paper No: 727-b]
Early Medieval Welsh Ethnogenesis: A Story Carved in Parchment and Stone? [Paper No: 815-a]
Eigil of Fulda: Abbot, Historian, and Architect of Fulda's Monastic Landscape [Paper No: 608-a]
Einhard's Vita Karoli magni and the Morals of Conquest [Paper No: 827-a]
Environmental Boundaries of Italy [Paper No: 1021-a]
Establishing Facts: The Liber Maiorichinus in Context [Paper No: 114-a]
'Etiam ad orientis interiora potuissent penetrare': (Re)Imagining Outremer in the Latin Continuation of William of Tyre [Paper No: 1723-b]
Facilitating Invasion: Conflict and Co-Operation between Monastic Communities and Norse / Norman Invaders in Northumbria and Campania, c. 867-1100 [Paper No: 715-a]
From Barbarians to Heretics: Late Antique Perceptions of the Western Periphery [Paper No: 1025-a]
From Fangshi to Wuxi: Reading Occult Specialists in Yuan Chinese Historiography [Paper No: 630-b]
'From this mixture would come the highest crown': Remembering and Representing the Ethnic Identities of Female Ancestors [Paper No: 106-b]
From Troy to Iceland: The Use of Translatio imperii and Icelandic Identity [Paper No: 838-c]
Furor and Royal Martyrdom in Early Nordic Historiography [Paper No: 802-a]
German Envoys as Border-Crossing Agents in the First Half of the 13th Century [Paper No: 1614-b]
Ghazā Fulān al-ṣāʾifa: Concubine-Born Sons (Hajīns) and the Legitimising Features of the Islamic-Byzantine Frontier in the Marwānid Period, 684-750 [Paper No: 515-b]
'Griffin se Wylisca cing': 11th-Century Welsh Kings in the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle [Paper No: 1222-b]
'He gave great thanks to the Creator who tamed the wildness of the untamed': Shifting the Border of the Tamed in High Medieval Wales [Paper No: 117-b]
Here and There, Us and Them: Imagined Borders and Belonging in the 6th-Century Roman East [Paper No: 1525-c]
Hiberno-Latin Textual Obscurity and Christian Symbolism [Paper No: 820-c]
Historiography of the Repartimientos and Encomiendas in Puerto Rico: The Case of the Repartimientos with Natives in Encomiendas of 1510 [Paper No: 830-c]
Horse Lords of the Eurasian Steppe: Comparison of Latin, Greek, and Chinese Accounts of Steppe Peoples, 4th-9th Centuries [Paper No: 601-c]
Hostages and Exiles: The Townsmen of Bruges and Ypres and the Rebellion of Maritime Flanders, 1323-1328 [Paper No: 1241-b]
How to Prove an Invented Past [Paper No: 508-c]
'I will give myself to the work of reading history': Pre-Conquest Echoes in the Relatio de Standardo of Aelred of Rievaulx [Paper No: 1308-c]
Iceland and the World: Constructing Storyworlds and Retelling the Past in Late Medieval Iceland [Paper No: 538-a]
Image-Building on Kumano Pilgrimage in Medieval Japan: Origin, History, and Geography [Paper No: 318-a]
Imaginary Borders on the Periphery of Christianity: From Rus' Pilgrims to Muslim and Jewish Travellers in the Holy Land, 13th-14th Centuries [Paper No: 715-b]
Imperium sine fine?: The Iranian Perspective on Late Antique Borders [Paper No: 1525-a]
Inscriptions on the Borders of Medieval Byzantine Cappadocia [Paper No: 1634-b]
Instances of Interactions and Conflicts in the North Sea Region in Medieval Times [Paper No: 1534-c]
Jordanes at the Border of the Roman Empire [Paper No: 313-a]
King Offa of Mercia, Damnatio memoriae or Vir mirabilis: Transmission and Adaptation in Post-Conquest England [Paper No: 1108-a]
Language and Eschatology at the Edges of the Known World [Paper No: 820-a]
Law, Place, and People: Langobard Legal Actors in the Lombard Laws [Paper No: 1622-a]
Liminal Riverscapes in Latin Christian Crusade Narratives [Paper No: 1623-a]
Little Romanland in the Far East: Comparing the Political Culture of Chosŏn Korea (1392-1910) with the Byzantine and Holy Roman Empires [Paper No: 613-d]
Locating Borders in Alfredian England [Paper No: 1010-a]
Loss, Lament, and the Last Things: The City of Acre as an Eschatological Borderland [Paper No: 116-a]
Lost and Found: The Blurred Boundaries of 12th-Century Women's Spirituality through the Historiographical Lens of Religious Polemics [Paper No: 1128-a]
Making Borders Clear in the Medieval Islamic West [Paper No: 223-a]
Making Past Places Present in Post-Conquest Northumbria [Paper No: 1208-a]
Making Sense of Beigaðr's Death: Contextual and Generic Factors in the Íslendingasögur and Landnámabók [Paper No: 735-b]
Mapping Morals: Perceptions of the North in Adam, Ailnoth, and Others [Paper No: 1622-b]
Marital Customs in Medieval Scandinavia and Medieval England [Paper No: 1035-b]
Materials Crossing Borders: Objects between History and Archaeology [Paper No: 711-c]
Medieval Border Concepts and the Knowledge of Space [Paper No: 1514-d]
Medieval Playing: The Concept of the Magic Circle within the Games Canon [Paper No: 333-c]
Mental Maps of Migration: Reusing, Readapting, and Relocating Ethnonyms in Early Medieval Geographies [Paper No: 1522-b]
Mirror of Our Dreams: The Implicit Indian Ocean in Byzantine Historiography [Paper No: 1313-a]
Misinterpreting the Margins?: Reconsidering Marginal Comments in the Only Witness for De Expugnatione Lyxbonensi [Paper No: 1523-b]
Missionary Activity of Frontier Apostles Ulfila and Mesrop Mashtots: Translation of Holy Texts into National Languages [Paper No: 1025-b]
Mobility and Its Terminology in the Byzantine Sources [Paper No: 513-a]
Monastic Border Communities in Southern Italy between Lombards and Carolingians: San Vincenzo al Volturno and Montecassino, 8th-9th Centuries [Paper No: 325-c]
Multiple Spatialisations in the Historia Roderici and the Chronica naierensis [Paper No: 1311-a]
Negotiating and Authoring the Boundaries of Episcopal Military Power: The Examples of the Siege of Bouillon (1141) and the Battle of Andenne (1153) in the Diocese of Liège [Paper No: 1315-a]
Negotiating Ethnicity and Religion in a 9th-Century Borderland: Pelayo in the Asturian Chronicles [Paper No: 1535-a]
New Leaves for Old Lacunae: Patching the Histories of Gregory of Tours [Paper No: 703-a]
Old Borders as New Borders: Diocesan Boundaries in the Ecclesiastical Province of Reims [Paper No: 1614-a]
On the Fringes of Christian Rhetoric: Reassessing Discourses of Difference in Chronicles of the Early Northern Crusades [Paper No: 1623-b]
On the Priority of the Old English Source of Æthelweard's Chronicon [Paper No: 1010-b]
'Pagan' Practices in Burchard of Worms' Corrector sive medicus [Paper No: 1028-a]
Poeticising the Past in Robert Mannyng's Chronicle [Paper No: 708-b]
Power, Succession, and the Politics of Gender in Medieval Sri Lanka, c. 1186-1215 [Paper No: 206-b]
Pre-Conquest Women in the Post-Conquest Community of St Cuthbert [Paper No: 1308-b]
Private Gothic Ceilings with Muqarnas: Documenting Paradigmatic Artistic Formulas in the Jewish Quarter of Palma de Mallorca [Paper No: 1212-a]
Protecting the Boundaries: Southwest German Monasteries in the 11th and 12th Century [Paper No: 128-c]
'Quae gratis dat Deus vobis, nec alicui aliquando denegetis': Becoming Christians through Shaming in the Life of St Botvid [Paper No: 1622-c]
Ralph of Diceto, the Origins of Frankish Kingship, and the Coronation of Phillipp Augustus [Paper No: 1722-b]
Re-Evaluating Medieval Trieste: Cultural Exchanges in the Borderlands [Paper No: 519-c]
Religious Ideas of Knighthood in the Salian and Staufen Empires [Paper No: 841-a]
Removing the 'Border Guards': Eugène Müntz and Aby Warburg on Tapestry [Paper No: 641-a]
Representations of the History of Betä Ǝsra'el in the Royal Chronicle of King Śarḍa Dǝngǝl (r. 1563-1597): A Historical Commentary [Paper No: 524-c]
Richard II and His Modern Biographers [Paper No: 808-a]
Rivalry Halted: Enemies Turned Allies? - The Impact of Bahram Chobin's Revolt on Roman-Sasanian Relations [Paper No: 525-b]
Rivers as Boundaries, Edges, and Crossing-Points in Monastic Narratives [Paper No: 128-b]
Romualdo Guarna and Universal Chronicle Writing in Norman Southern Italy [Paper No: 708-c]
Sagas Crossing Genre Borders [Paper No: 735-c]
Sainthood and Social Boundary Crossing in Medieval North Africa [Paper No: 1223-c]
Same Planet, Different Worlds: Crossing the Boundary from Participating in to Codification of the Carolingian Court in the Poetry of Ermoldus Nigellus, c. 826 [Paper No: 1613-b]
Settlements and Frontiers around São Mamede's Hill in the Middle Ages [Paper No: 1527-b]
Shaping the Merovingian Past in Aimoin of Fleury's Historiae [Paper No: 731-b]
'Sicut Sofonias protulit': Biblical Authority in Medieval Prognostic Texts [Paper No: 103-b]
St Sylvester of Nonantola and the Fluvial System of the Eastern Po Valley [Paper No: 1321-c]
Subverting the Kaisergeschichte: The Kings of Early Rome in the Historia Augusta [Paper No: 1207-b]
Tales and Images of Abbey Foundations in Chronicles of the Anglo-Norman Realm: Material Transfers and Spiritual Communion between Grandees and Cloistered Men and Women [Paper No: 1318-b]
Territorialising the Fiscal: Using Tolls to Enforce Political Borders in 13th-Century France [Paper No: 315-b]
Textual Crossings: The Rhine Border between Ammianus Marcellinus, Jerome, and Gregory of Tours [Paper No: 1225-a]
The (Inner) Borders of Italy during the Lombard Age: Identity and Mobility [Paper No: 1225-d]
The Ambivalent Judas in Medieval Christian Writing [Paper No: 802-b]
The Benedictine Reform and the Norman Conquest in the Liber Eliensis: Creating Narrative Contrast to Rewrite the Past [Paper No: 1308-a]
The Carolingian Avaria: Ideas and Practice of Territory [Paper No: 1522-c]
The Christian Colonisation of an Andalusian Border Area: The Case of Boatella Suburb, València [Paper No: 1015-b]
The Christians of Kinda: From Late Antiquity to the 'Abbāsid Era [Paper No: 1538-a]
The Construction of an Image: Understanding Depictions of the Empress Matilda and the Relationship between Gender and Power in Gesta Stephani and Historia Novella [Paper No: 1108-c]
The Deep Past of the Arab-Byzantine Border in Medieval Arabic Geography [Paper No: 1223-a]
The De-Romanization of the Early Middle Ages: Recontextualizing Post-Roman Britain and Italy [Paper No: 214-a]
The Dissenting þættir of Hulda-Hrokkinskinna and the Post-1264 Redaction of the Sagas of Kings [Paper No: 638-a]
The Eastern Frontier: Interaction and Travel between the Roman and Sassanid Empires [Paper No: 725-c]
The Embezzlement Trial that Never Was: Julian's Batavian Campaign and Barbarian Access to the Annona militaris [Paper No: 1225-c]
The End of Carolingian History: Rodulfus Glaber, Charles the Simple, and the Flagellationes of the Orbis Romanus [Paper No: 731-c]
The Golden Legend as a Battlefield in Central Europe before 1300 [Paper No: 708-a]
The 'Historical Heart' of Hrafnkel's Saga: A Reinterpretation under 14th-Century Norwegian Rule [Paper No: 738-b]
The Influence of Moving Community on Hildegard von Bingen's Mysticism, Music, and Medicine [Paper No: 1339-b]
The Jurisdiction of Portuguese Medieval Queens: The Queen's House (Casa das Rainhas) or the Construction of the Boundaries between Male and Female Royal Power [Paper No: 517-c]
The Last Border in Life: Episcopal Death in Ottonian Times [Paper No: 1514-b]
The Limits of Empire, or: Why Did the Parthian and Sasanian Kings Not Try to Conquer Roman Syria before Khosrow II? [Paper No: 1625-a]
The Lions of Troy Know No Border: The Use of Trojan Heraldry in the 15th-Century British Isles [Paper No: 1726-a]
The Many Dragons of Geoffrey of Monmouth: Animal Symbolism and Medieval Prophetic Discourse [Paper No: 101-c]
The Memory of Caffaro: Jacopo Doria's Genoese Civic Annals (1280-1293) and the Genoese Presence in the Latin East in the Later 13th Century [Paper No: 1723-c]
The Poema de Mio Cid, Past and Present: Reconquista, Border, and Frontier [Paper No: 1004-c]
The Rimland as an Environment for the Origin and Formation of Religious and Confessional Movements on the Example of the Euphrates Zone [Paper No: 1025-c]
The She-Wolf of France?: The Frenchness of Isabella Capet [Paper No: 232-c]
The Significance of Women and Children in Jordanes' Getica [Paper No: 817-b]
The Social Networks of Wilhelm Kopp at the Time of the Transition from the 15th to the 16th Century [Paper No: 809-b]
The State of Medieval Environmental History in the Mediterranean [Paper No: 1236-a]
The Thickness of City Walls: Intercity-State Alliances among Late Medieval Italian Popular Rebels Compared with Ones North of the Alps and of 16th-Century Italy [Paper No: 1241-a]
The Third Time Was Not the Charm?: Philip Augustus, the Crusading Movement, and the Growth of Capetian Authority after the Third Crusade [Paper No: 238-a]
The Unsuccessful Conquest of Tangier by the Portuguese within the Framework of Religious, Cultural, and Geographic Borders [Paper No: 130-c]
The Wisdom of the Virgin: Mary as Cultural Mediator between Carolingians and Langobards in Langobardia Minor [Paper No: 1121-a]
Theodosius and the Late Latin Historiography [Paper No: 1207-c]
They Did Not Get Away with Murder in the Church: The 'Erembalds' and the Assassination of Charles the Good of Flanders, 1127 [Paper No: 604-b]
Thieves, Liars, and Murderers: The Basques, the Navarrese, and the Historiography of the Disaster at Roncesvalles [Paper No: 1535-b]
Towards the Application of Film Genre Theory in Saga Studies [Paper No: 735-a]
Transcending the Bounds of Time in Remembrance: The Nuremberg Poor Clares' Chronicles [Paper No: 132-c]
Translating Pre-Conquest History within English Borders: Wace and Laȝamon's Verse as a Prism of Post-Conquest Identities [Paper No: 1008-a]
Transnational Approaches to Revolts: Deep Structures and Comparators [Paper No: 1241-c]
Two Northumbrian Veterans: Sir Thomas Gray and John Hardyng and Their View of the Scots [Paper No: 1621-c]
'Ubi fluvius quidam Regni et Campaniae confinia dividit et distinguit': Border Perceptions in the Kingdom of Sicily Based on Contemporary Sources [Paper No: 1514-a]
'Under imperium of the Angles': Building, Confirming, and Losing Claims on the Northumbrian Frontiers at Abercorn and Lindsey, 671-685 [Paper No: 232-a]
Visualising Semantic Landscapes in Early Medieval Europe: Historical and Digital Humanities Approaches [Paper No: 1522-a]
Waiting for the Barbarians: Ostrogothic Frontiers in Cassiodorus' Variae [Paper No: 325-a]
War of Conquest, Military Leadership, and Chronistic Narration: From the Border of Granada to America, 14th-16th Centuries [Paper No: 830-b]
Was It Possible to Get Away with Murder in an Early Medieval Church? [Paper No: 604-a]
What It Means to Be King: Ideals of Kingship in 15th-Century Royal Genealogical Chronicles [Paper No: 1316-b]
When Is a Border No Longer a Border?: The Changing Relations of the Exarchate of Ravenna with Its Neighbours in the Late 9th - Early 10th Centuries [Paper No: 1021-c]
Where Are the Christians?: The Problem of Identifying Christian Cemeteries in the Middle March - Toledo as a Case Study [Paper No: 123-a]
Why Borders?: Reflections on the Construction of Boundaries in Art Historical Discourse [Paper No: 1112-c]
Wild, Wild East: Italy's Frontiers in Central Europe between the 8th-9th Centuries [Paper No: 325-b]
Women and Credit in Montpellier [Paper No: 1636-b]
Writing Loss on the Frontier: The Historia regum Hierusalem Latinorum ad deplorationem perditionis terrae sanctae accomodata and the Fall of Jerusalem [Paper No: 1723-a]