A Eunuch as a Helmsman, Impossible! A Eunuch as a Statesman, Bitter Reality?: Debating Authority through Comparison in Claudian [Paper No: 1009-b]
Bordering the Infinite: The Columns of Hercules in Medieval Maps [Paper No: 830-a]
Castile in the 14th Century: Maritime Conflicts, Navigation, and Trade [Paper No: 730-b]
Conflicts in Jurisdictional Boundaries: Fishermen and Merchants on the Guadalete River and the Bay of Cádiz (Andalusia) [Paper No: 730-a]
Connecting Commercial Borders in Cnut's Governance: Danegeld, Commercial Treaties, and Scandinavian Networks [Paper No: 134-a]
Cotton Roads: Crossing the Indian Ocean [Paper No: 1323-a]
Crime and Justices on the Atlantic Border: The Crown, the Algarve Port Towns, and the Resolution of Maritime Conflicts in the Late Middle Ages [Paper No: 730-d]
'Dicam et scribam veritatem': Trust in Agreements between Merchants in Barcelona and Mallorca, 1240-1350 [Paper No: 1630-b]
Fighting on the Border: The 1445 Danube Campaign [Paper No: 723-c]
From Classis Britannica to Saxon Shore: Naval Forces in Later Roman Britain, 3rd-5th Centuries [Paper No: 213-a]
Grain Trade: A Driver of Integration in the Adriatic Region in the Late Middle Ages [Paper No: 326-d]
Herring, Markets, and Salt-Production in the Domesday 'Broads' [Paper No: 134-b]
'Io ho tanto de patrimonio in Puglia, io andarò là e staro là': Maritime Mobility and Trans-Adriatic Trade on Late Medieval Venetian Korčula [Paper No: 326-c]
'Like an ocean monster risen to breathe': The Shifting Sands, Flesh, and Waters of Ravenser Odd [Paper No: 317-d]
Maritime Security around the Insular Kingdom of Sicily after the Sicilian Vespers [Paper No: 134-c]
Marshes and Society: The Role of Delta and Lagoon Areas in Defining Northern Italian Frontiers [Paper No: 1321-a]
Memories of the Medieval: The Curiosities of Edward Barlow's Maritime World [Paper No: 614-c]
Passing Ships, or Frogs around a Pond: Interactions between Ifriqiya and Southern Italy in the Early Middle Ages [Paper No: 1323-b]
Political Ritual and Collective Identity When Campaigning Abroad: 12th-Century Italian Communities [Paper No: 515-c]
Re-Evaluating Medieval Trieste: Cultural Exchanges in the Borderlands [Paper No: 519-c]
Rogue Emporia and Imperial Borderlands [Paper No: 316-b]
Smuggling and the State in the Northeast in the Mid-14th Century [Paper No: 1521-b]
Some Remarks on the Herule Pirate Attack of the Year 456 in the Vardulliarum loca maritima [Paper No: 213-c]
The Atlantic Ocean and the Medieval Islamic World: From Boundary of Expansion to Zone of Contact and Exploration [Paper No: 130-a]
The Discourses on the Adriatic in the Second Half of the 14th Century [Paper No: 326-a]
The Perception of Maritime Borders in Late Medieval England: Coastal Defence and National Security during the Hundred Years War [Paper No: 1326-c]
The Surging of Water, the Surging of Feeling: The Mental Seascape in Beowulf [Paper No: 203-b]
The Treaty of Alcáçovas-Toledo and the Creation of an Atlantic Border, 1479 [Paper No: 124-b]
War of Conquest, Military Leadership, and Chronistic Narration: From the Border of Granada to America, 14th-16th Centuries [Paper No: 830-b]
Was the Island of Hormuz a Port State?: The Kingdom of Hormuz under Mongol Rule [Paper No: 234-a]
Were There Strategic Considerations in the 7th-Century Arabian Conquests? [Paper No: 1323-c]
Where Three Worlds Met: Andalusi Seafaring in Ṣiqiliyya and Aglabid Conquest in the 3rd-9th Centuries [Paper No: 1130-c]