A (Mostly) Unknown Text Arguing for the Sanctity of Henry the Young King [Paper No: 208-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 Mention of the Edictum Gallieni in Aurelius Victor and Its (Possible) Relationship with the Lost Historiography [Paper No: 1207-a]
A 'Momentous Decision'?: Reassessing Willibrord's Consecration as Archbishop of the Frisians in 695 [Paper No: 207-a]
A Problematic Inheritance: The Conflict between Afonso II of Portugal and His Sisters through the Lens of Innocent III's Letters [Paper No: 528-a]
A Queen without a Country?: Joan Plantagenet and the Imprisonment of David II of Scotland, 1346-1357 [Paper No: 1014-c]
Abbatial Office and Politics in Pre-Conquest England [Paper No: 1537-b]
After Glyndŵr: Identity in the Later Medieval Marcher Lordships of North Wales [Paper No: 627-b]
Aliados y rivales en la definición de las fronteras diocesanas en el sur del Reino de León [Paper No: 736-c]
Aristocracy on the Political, Religious, and Confessional Border: Berislavići of Grabarje between the Kingdom of Hungary and the Ottoman Empire [Paper No: 1734-c]
B(e)aring a Blade: Bearing Swords in the High and Late Middle Ages [Paper No: 642-a]
Beatrice of Aragon and the Borders of Her Realms: How Transylvania Reached the Danube in 1480 [Paper No: 1728-a]
Becoming a Hero: Wolter von Plettenberg, the Master the Teutonic Order's Livonian Branch (1494-1535), and the Construction of His Fame [Paper No: 338-b]
Being a Bishop at the Edges of Latin Christianity: Liturgy and War in the Unknown High Medieval Pontifical from Wrocław [Paper No: 204-a]
Belisarius on the Persian Front: A Peaceful General? [Paper No: 525-a]
Between Fonthill and Forespecan: Changing Queenships in 10th-Century England [Paper No: 307-b]
Between History and Myth: Staging the Christian Conquest of the Balearic Islands [Paper No: 218-b]
Between Imperial Centre and the Local Populace: The Provincial Aristocrat of Kekaumenos [Paper No: 1513-b]
Between Teasing and Open War: Records on Escalation and Mitigation of Conflicts in Late Medieval Switzerland and Swabia [Paper No: 242-c]
Between the Borders of Silence and Silenced: Decoding Political Acts of Sonic Reticence in Chaucer's Troilus and Criseyde [Paper No: 1204-b]
Between the Sword and the Guadiana: The Battle of Valverde [Paper No: 1327-c]
Beyond Borders: Queens as Peace Emissaries in the Franco-Navarrese Wars in the 14th Century [Paper No: 1032-c]
Borders and the (Non-)Formation of Tribal Societies in Roman North Africa, 1st-6th Centuries [Paper No: 1130-a]
Borders and Transgression in The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim [Paper No: 133-c]
Borders in 7th- and 8th-Century Italy [Paper No: 1221-c]
Brocades and Furs, Artisans and Architects: Crossing Cultural Borders between Milan, Moscow, and Buda, 1466-1499 [Paper No: 1512-b]
Brought Together out of Love: Love and Friendship in Leges Henrici Primi [Paper No: 1542-b]
Cambellanus, Camaralengo, Chambellan, Camarlenc: Navigating Linguistic Boundaries in the Administration of Champagne-Navarre [Paper No: 1316-a]
Castilian Border Treaties: Demarcation Processes in Comparison [Paper No: 1114-a]
'Cesare splendidior': Anglo-Norman Memories of Æthelflæd of Mercia [Paper No: 1108-b]
Charlemagne's Unspeakable Sin and the Politics of Confession [Paper No: 1027-b]
Chester during the Early 15th-Century Welsh Rebellions: 'It's complicated' [Paper No: 527-b]
'Choosing the lion over the fleurs-de-lis': Contesting Valois Authority at the End of the Hundred Years War, c. 1435 - c. 1453 [Paper No: 1016-a]
Christ's New Frontier: Portugal and the Evangelisation of the Atlantic Coast of Africa in the 15th-16th Centuries [Paper No: 130-b]
Citizens beyond Frontiers: Being Abroad in Wartime - Some Florentine and Sienese Cases [Paper No: 1303-c]
Coins as Evidence for Interaction between the Lands of Cnut [Paper No: 1011-a]
Coins as Evidence for the Political Boundaries of Stephen's Reign [Paper No: 1011-b]
Coins as Evidence for the Political Boundaries of the Continental Lands of Henry Plantagenet [Paper No: 1011-c]
Concerning the Transtigritani: A Geopolitical Curiosity on the Eastern Roman Frontier, 4th-6th Centuries [Paper No: 825-b]
Conflicts of Loyalty in 11th- and 12th-Century Britain [Paper No: 805-a]
Connecting Commercial Borders in Cnut's Governance: Danegeld, Commercial Treaties, and Scandinavian Networks [Paper No: 134-a]
Contested Futures: Prophecy and the Border-Dispute between Fate and Politics in the Middle High German 'Alexander' Romances [Paper No: 1027-a]
Creating Spatial and Mental Borders through Royal Inter-Marriages during the Hundred Years War [Paper No: 1114-b]
Creating the 'Berbers' in Early Islamic North Africa: Political Formations and Nomenclature in Arabic Literary Texts [Paper No: 1130-b]
Credible Sources: Divining Fact from Fiction in the Older Scots Tale Cycle The Buke of the Sevyne Sagis [Paper No: 1018-a]
Crossing the Borders of Negotiation: Diplomatic Travel between Portugal and Aragon, 1300-1304 [Paper No: 726-b]
Crossing the Borders: Economic Activity of Queen Bona Sforza in the Grand Duchy of Lithuania [Paper No: 1715-c]
Defending the West Border: A Challenge for Byzantine Emperor Alexios I Komnenos, 1081-1118 [Paper No: 1727-a]
Delineating 'Frontiers' of the Delhi Sultanate: Reading the Narratives of Tarikh-i Firuz Shahi and 'Isami's Futuh al-Salatin [Paper No: 1538-c]
Demarcate and Punish: Excommunication and Marginalisation on the Anglo-Scottish Border in the Later Middle Ages [Paper No: 1114-c]
Desperate Times, Desperate Measures: Noblewomen, Their Children, and Strategies of Protection in Times of Crisis in Early Medieval Europe [Paper No: 206-a]
Different Regions?: Komnenian Paphlagonia and Laskarid Bithynia in the Works of Niketas Choniates [Paper No: 713-a]
Diplomatic Travel as a Decisive Instrument for Legitimising and Affirming the Second Portuguese Royal Dynasty (Avis): The Model Case of the Journey of the Count of Ourem to the Council of Basel [Paper No: 726-a]
Dotage and Senility: The Illness and Reputation of Edward III in the 1370s [Paper No: 1104-a]
Dynastic Conflicts: Civil Wars or Constant Struggles? [Paper No: 327-c]
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]
Editing the Anglo-Norman Aristocracy: The Challenges of Preparing an Edition of Aristocratic Acta [Paper No: 1701-a]
Edward III's Recovery of Authority Revisited, 1340-1346 [Paper No: 1642-b]
Establishing Facts: The Liber Maiorichinus in Context [Paper No: 114-a]
Establishing Just Rule: Duplicate Charters and the Negotiations of the Ottonian Dominae imperiales [Paper No: 1132-a]
Establishing Status and Breaking Boundaries?: Education at the Visigothic and Burgundian Courts in Late Antique Gaul [Paper No: 1125-a]
Exceptionally Unexceptional?: The Political Career of Isabella, Countess of Fife, d. 1389 [Paper No: 306-c]
Exile and Excommunication between the Power of Caliphal Governments and Non-State Shi'i Authorities [Paper No: 505-b]
Exiles, Amnesty, and Peace-Making in Byzantine Treaties, 900-1200 [Paper No: 605-c]
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]
Family, War, and Power: The Plumpton Correspondence and the Late 15th Century [Paper No: 341-a]
Feud, Justice, and Invasion in Late Medieval Scotland [Paper No: 1721-c]
Fonādiq and the Political Energy of Mobility [Paper No: 1538-b]
From Poppa of Bayeux to Gunnor: The Role of More Danico Wives as the Mother of Heirs to the Duchy of Normandy [Paper No: 106-a]
Frontier Castles and Their Governors in the Kingdom of Navarre in the 13th Century [Paper No: 536-a]
German Envoys as Border-Crossing Agents in the First Half of the 13th Century [Paper No: 1614-b]
Ginseng for the Qa'an: Human and Material Mobilities in Competing Conceptualizations of the Yuan-Koryo Border [Paper No: 1115-b]
Handling Conflict in the Regnum Italiae: Holy Roman Kings, Emperors, and Their Subjects on the Other Side of the Alps, 14th-15th Centuries [Paper No: 242-b]
Heavy Weighs the Heir: Pregnant Queens and Myths of Gender Exception [Paper No: 322-a]
Heiresses and Their Choices during Succession Disputes in 13th-Century France [Paper No: 306-b]
Henry VI: The Changing Popularities of a Quasi-Saint [Paper No: 1030-b]
Henry VI's Minority: 15th-Century Manifestations of 14th-Century Precedents [Paper No: 1104-c]
Historical Memory in Conflict: Prussia in the 15th Century [Paper No: 114-b]
How Italian Were the Borders of Italy in the Later Middle Ages? [Paper No: 1203-b]
Iconography and Legitimisation of Ideology on 11th-Century Coinage [Paper No: 227-a]
Imperial and Ecclesiastical Letters around the Council of Chalcedon, 451: The Power Perspective [Paper No: 219-b]
Import-Export: The Multiple Border Crossings of Anastasius Bibliothecarius [Paper No: 1221-b]
Isabella of Woodstock: The King's Eldest Daughter at the English Royal Court [Paper No: 1014-b]
Jacquetta of Luxembourg and the Negotiation of Identities for Survival during the Wars of the Roses [Paper No: 106-c]
Johann von Uexküll: From Medieval Nobleman to Estonian Anti-Hero [Paper No: 338-a]
Judicial Appeal and the Negotiation of Political Boundaries in Aquitaine [Paper No: 1016-b]
Julian's 'Letter to the Athenians' and the Creation of Imperial Authority [Paper No: 1109-b]
King Offa of Mercia, Damnatio memoriae or Vir mirabilis: Transmission and Adaptation in Post-Conquest England [Paper No: 1108-a]
Language and the Political Priorities of Henry VII of England, 1485-1509 [Paper No: 1304-a]
Law and Politics in 12th-Century Public Discourse: Two Separate Fields? [Paper No: 535-c]
León and Pamplona within the Islamicate World?: Cross-Cultural Policy, Diplomacy, and War in the Christian Kingdoms and the Umayyad Caliphate of Cordova [Paper No: 1322-a]
Limiting the Emperor's Powers through Knowledge: The Role of Mirrors of Princes at the Byzantine Court during the 6th and 7th Centuries to Guide God's Imperial Deputies [Paper No: 1125-b]
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]
Long-Term Conflicts in the Late Middle Ages: A Methodological Approach to an Overlooked Perspective [Paper No: 242-a]
Making and Unmaking Borders in Muslim and Christian Iberia [Paper No: 315-c]
Manifestations of Power: A German Noble Family in 14th-Century Sweden and Their Networks, Positions, and Spatiality [Paper No: 341-c]
Marguerite of Provence and a Queen's Self-Representation as a Political Actor [Paper No: 1032-b]
Marital Customs in Medieval Scandinavia and Medieval England [Paper No: 1035-b]
Maritime Security around the Insular Kingdom of Sicily after the Sicilian Vespers [Paper No: 134-c]
Marking the Lion's Scent: Georgian Borders between Idea and Reality [Paper No: 1214-b]
Marshes and Society: The Role of Delta and Lagoon Areas in Defining Northern Italian Frontiers [Paper No: 1321-a]
Materiality and Immateriality of the Carolingian Frontier Zones: Fortresses, Diplomacy, and the Practices of Power [Paper No: 1512-a]
Materials Crossing Borders: Objects between History and Archaeology [Paper No: 711-c]
Medieval Switzerland: Developing Borders of a Multicultural Polity [Paper No: 615-b]
Memory Administrated: The Use of History in Conflicts in Late Medieval France [Paper No: 114-c]
Mike Clover and the Frontiers, Borders, and Boundaries of Vandal Africa [Paper No: 1625-b]
Monastic Border Communities in Southern Italy between Lombards and Carolingians: San Vincenzo al Volturno and Montecassino, 8th-9th Centuries [Paper No: 325-c]
More Heat than Light: Border Talk and the Old Reich [Paper No: 316-a]
'Moving Byzantium to Crete': An Appeal to the Emperor by Patriarch Photius - Ecclesiastical Intervention during Warfare and Political Rivalry [Paper No: 813-c]
Moving the Borders on a Bigger or Smaller Scale: Agency of Slavonian Nobility in the 15th Century [Paper No: 1728-b]
Multi-Layer Temporal and Geographical Networks: Ceremonial Beds and their Spaces in the Late Middle Ages [Paper No: 709-b]
Multiple Spatialisations in the Historia Roderici and the Chronica naierensis [Paper No: 1311-a]
Murder in the Levant: A Re-Evaluation of the Murder of Miles de Plancy [Paper No: 238-b]
Negotiating the Border between Self and Other in Ibn Hazm's Approach to Heresy: Islamic Law's Turn to the Arts [Paper No: 1216-a]
Nobility and Lineage on the Frontier of the Castilian Kingdom during the Late Middle Ages [Paper No: 536-d]
Norms, Practices, and Actors of the Cross-Border Trade between Fenouilledes and Roussillon, 14th - Mid-15th Century [Paper No: 215-b]
North-Eastern South Caucasian Unknown Medieval Sites for the Reinforcement of Borders with the North Caucasus [Paper No: 1214-c]
Northern Norway as a Border Area in the Middle Ages: Ethnicity, Economy, and the Expansion of the Medieval Norwegian Kingdom before 1400 [Paper No: 235-b]
Organising Society / Representing Kingship: The Mendicants and the Aragonese Conquest of Sardinia, c. 1320-1340 [Paper No: 328-b]
Outlawry and Exile in Medieval Norway and Iceland: Historical and Sociological Frameworks [Paper No: 505-c]
Overlapping Borders: Political, Economic, and Religious Frontiers - The Case of Byzantine Liguria [Paper No: 1203-a]
Palestinian Kings of Britain: Kingship across Borders in Perceforest [Paper No: 1305-b]
Paul the Deacon, Alcuin, Theodulf: How Foreign Poets Shaped Charlemagne's Court - and How the Court Shaped Them [Paper No: 1125-c]
Peace Talks between the Hungarians (Later Habsburgs) and the Ottomans: Milestones of the Peace Treaties and Borderline Changes since the Middle Ages until the Early 17th Century [Paper No: 1320-c]
Petitioning, Intercession, Action: Elite Women's Agency and Power within the Political Framework of the 11th-Century Byzantine Empire [Paper No: 1508-a]
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 Consequences of Dominican Foundations in the Border Area of Polonia and Teutonia [Paper No: 328-c]
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]
Power and Politics: The Crozier in 10th- and 11th-Century England [Paper No: 1537-c]
Power, Succession, and the Politics of Gender in Medieval Sri Lanka, c. 1186-1215 [Paper No: 206-b]
Princess Pipa of the Marcomanni: An Early Political Marriage between Rome and the Barbaricum and Its Projection [Paper No: 221-b]
Princesses Crossing Borders: Ritual, Agency, and Memory [Paper No: 332-a]
Providing Queenly Resources across Borders: Alcolea de Cinca in the 15th Century [Paper No: 332-b]
Ralph Stafford, 1st Earl of Stafford, and the Changing Face of a 14th-Century Nobleman [Paper No: 1642-a]
Reception of Ancient Traditions as Legitimisation of Rulers and Dynasties [Paper No: 127-a]
Regnal and Papal Tension in the Reign of Richard II: Nationalist Connotations in the Chronicles [Paper No: 1016-c]
Remembrance of the Crusade of King Valdemar II to Estonia (1219) in Medieval Denmark and Livonia [Paper No: 338-c]
Rivalry Halted: Enemies Turned Allies? - The Impact of Bahram Chobin's Revolt on Roman-Sasanian Relations [Paper No: 525-b]
Rogue Emporia and Imperial Borderlands [Paper No: 316-b]
Roleplaying Medieval Italian Lords: Factional and Party Borders in Game Form [Paper No: 333-a]
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]
Rule as Permanent Conflict?: Albert V (II) as Margrave of Moravia and King of Bohemia [Paper No: 342-a]
Sancho II of Portugal, also known as the Rex inutilis: Reframing the Cultural Background of His Deposition [Paper No: 528-b]
Scottish Lordship in Annandale, 1296-1346 [Paper No: 1621-a]
'Seeing it marches so nigh his ancient enemies of Scotland': Rebellions, Castles, and Sieges in the Anglo-Scottish Marches, 1461-1464 [Paper No: 1721-b]
Sharing Lordships in Late Medieval Languedoc [Paper No: 1336-a]
Shifting Allegiances and Dynastic Struggles in 16th-Century Hungary [Paper No: 1320-b]
Sigismund's Political Strategy in the Conflict between the Teutonic Order and the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth [Paper No: 342-b]
Smuggling and the State in the Northeast in the Mid-14th Century [Paper No: 1521-b]
Social Mobility in Nicaea and Late Byzantium through Imperial 'Kinship by Choice' [Paper No: 513-c]
Social Networks in Early English Charters [Paper No: 1637-b]
Staging War and Victory: The Battle-Tournament of Amboise, 1518 [Paper No: 842-c]
Strangers in Strange Lands: Exile and Expulsion within and without the Post-Roman Regna [Paper No: 505-a]
Substance or Just Rhetoric?: Expressions of Crusading Ideology in the Norwegian and Swedish Expansion into Fennoscandia [Paper No: 335-a]
Super facto confinium: Making and Regulating the Border between Venice and Ferrara in the Early 15th Century [Paper No: 124-c]
Supplicating the King of León in the 10th-11th Centuries [Paper No: 307-c]
Teasing out the Fringes: Territory and Expansion in Late Medieval Portugal [Paper No: 726-c]
Territorial and Legal Boundaries of Jurisdiction: The Case of Apostolic Legates [Paper No: 324-d]
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 Bishop and the Beasts: Henry of Blois' Menagerie and the Construction of Episcopal Power [Paper No: 304-a]
The Boundaries of Colonial Governance: King and Aristocracy in 13th-Century Ireland [Paper No: 1116-b]
The City Council Renewal Ceremony in the Light of Council Mirrors of Late Medieval and Early Modern Times [Paper No: 1516-c]
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 Discourses on the Adriatic in the Second Half of the 14th Century [Paper No: 326-a]
The Disputed Border between Bulgaria and the Latin Empire of Constantinople [Paper No: 727-c]
The Duke before the Wall: Some Remarks on the Symbolic Meaning of the City Walls in Medieval Poland [Paper No: 612-c]
The Easter Controversy in Northumbria after the Synod of Whitby, 664-672 [Paper No: 1330-a]
The Eastern Frontier: Interaction and Travel between the Roman and Sassanid Empires [Paper No: 725-c]
The Emergence of 'Queens' in the 5th-Century West: Transcending Political Borders? [Paper No: 1613-a]
The Eternal Triangle: England, France, and Scotland at Bauge, 22 March 1421 [Paper No: 1721-a]
The Folly of Favouritism: Edward II and the Limits of Royal Power [Paper No: 1216-b]
The Gates of the Alans: Roman-Sasanian Narratives and the Realities of Contact across the Caucasian Gates in the Late Antique and Early Medieval Worlds [Paper No: 825-a]
The Key to Controlling the King?: Robert de Vere, Duke of Ireland, and the Chamberlainship, 1381-1388 [Paper No: 1104-b]
The Lazcanos: Promotion Chances for Basque Noble Families on the Navarrese Frontier [Paper No: 536-b]
The Legitimate One and Only: Legitimisation and Europeanisation of Norwegian Queenship in the 13th Century [Paper No: 517-b]
The Lions of Troy Know No Border: The Use of Trojan Heraldry in the 15th-Century British Isles [Paper No: 1726-a]
The Murder of Charles the Good and the Production of War [Paper No: 1220-a]
The Oath of Fidelity, Aristocratic Conflicts, and the Logic of Reciprocity: The Limits of King's Power in the Early Medieval Iberian Peninsula [Paper No: 1216-c]
The Opening of Parliament: The Chancellor and the Language of Unity in the 15th Centruy [Paper No: 1304-b]
The Papacy and Clerics in Minor Orders [Paper No: 628-b]
The Papal Provinciale [Paper No: 628-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 Physical and Metaphorical Borders of the Warenne Honour from 1248-1361 [Paper No: 1138-c]
The Pre-Local Global: A World-Systems Reading of Mandeville [Paper No: 1626-b]
The Shrievalty of Rutland during the First English Revolution [Paper No: 224-c]
The Tension between the Ideology and Practice of Rulership [Paper No: 327-b]
The Thughur's Forgotten al-Massisa (Mopsouestia): A Historical Biography of One of the Most Highly Contested Sites of the Islamo-Byzantine Frontier [Paper No: 1015-a]
The Treaty of Alcáçovas-Toledo and the Creation of an Atlantic Border, 1479 [Paper No: 124-b]
The Treaty of Alcañices: The Delimitation of the Borders between the Peninsular Kingdoms from a Historical-Legal Perspective [Paper No: 124-a]
The Wisdom of the Virgin: Mary as Cultural Mediator between Carolingians and Langobards in Langobardia Minor [Paper No: 1121-a]
Through Christendom: The Portuguese Cardinals as Agents and Intermediaries in the 15th Century [Paper No: 826-a]
To Be 'lele and trewe': Swearing Allegiance to English and Scottish Kings in the Late Medieval Period [Paper No: 1621-b]
Tracing the Queen's Share in Rulership: A Comparative Analysis of Charters from 11th-Century England and Germany [Paper No: 1132-b]
Trade Networks and Town Politicians in Late Medieval Scandinavia [Paper No: 809-a]
Transgressive Queens or Committed Rulers?: Angevin Queens in the 12th Century [Paper No: 1032-a]
Trying too Hard?: Medieval 'Anti-Popes' and the Rhetoric of Schism [Paper No: 628-c]
Two Norths: The de Lacys' and de Vescys' Interactions with Scotland during the Long 12th Century [Paper No: 1521-a]
Tyrannical Lawmaker versus Righteous Judge: Norms in the Struggle for the Ducal Throne of Kraków, 1177-1194 [Paper No: 1316-c]
Understanding Mughal State Formation across the Bengal Frontier [Paper No: 315-a]
Unwelcomed Strangers: Foreigners at the Court of Sigismund of Luxembourg in Hungary [Paper No: 342-c]
'Versus partes Transalpinenses': The Transylvanian Saxon Towns and Transcarpathian Political Communication, c. 1467-1526 [Paper No: 1115-a]
Visions of Authority in the Reign of Theodosius II [Paper No: 1209-b]
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 the North Caucasus Part of the Byzantine Empire?: Boundaries, Suzerainty, and Segmentary Polities in Medieval West Eurasia [Paper No: 1214-a]
Were There Strategic Considerations in the 7th-Century Arabian Conquests? [Paper No: 1323-c]
What It Means to Be King: Ideals of Kingship in 15th-Century Royal Genealogical Chronicles [Paper No: 1316-b]
Where Three Worlds Met: Andalusi Seafaring in Ṣiqiliyya and Aglabid Conquest in the 3rd-9th Centuries [Paper No: 1130-c]
Wild, Wild East: Italy's Frontiers in Central Europe between the 8th-9th Centuries [Paper No: 325-b]
William Marshal's Conflicting Loyalties to the Realm, Family, and Followers [Paper No: 805-c]
'Wiping the slate clean': Amnesty, Exile, and International Law, 700-1200 [Paper No: 605-a]
Women on the Edge: The de Clare Sisters and the Marches of Wales, c. 1307-1333 [Paper No: 620-a]