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The Institute has over 200 titles in print. In addition to its collections of texts, studies, and translations, as well as the journal Mediaeval Studies, it also publishes volumes on behalf of theand in the University of Toronto, and distributes publications of l’Institut d’Études Médiévales, Montreal.
Complete Catalogue of Publications: PART 2
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Berkhout, Carl T. and Jeffrey B. Russell. Medieval Heresies: A Bibliography 1960–1979. SM 11. 1981. xvi, 201 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–360–1 • $34.95 • 2017 entries in 25 groupings; well indexed.
Boyle, Leonard E. A Survey of the Vatican Archives and of Its Medieval Holdings. SM 1. Revised edition. 2001. viii, 251 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–417–2 • $30.95 • This guide is an introduction to one of the world’s most remarkable his.torical resources. The second edition is updated with cross-references to Vatican Archives, by Francis X. Blouin et al. (1998), and to the recent publications found there that supplement the original text of the Survey.
Campbell, Sheila. The Mosaics of Anemurium. SM 25 (Corpus of Mosaic Pavements in Turkey, 3/The Excavations at Anemurium in Rough Cilicia). 1998. xvi, 218 pp.; 60 figures; 258 plates. ISBN 978–0–88844–374–8 • $45.00 • The mosaics of Anemurium show differences between civic and church buildings. Anemurium appears to have been a major centre for mosaic production in southern Turkey.
Campbell, Sheila. The Mosaics of Antioch. SM 15 (Corpus of Mosaic Pavements in Turkey, 1). 1988. xviii, 239 pp.; 28 figures, 234 plates. ISBN 978–0–88844–364–9 • $39.95 • A detailed catalogue with up-to-date information on the technical and artistic aspects of the mosaics of ancient Antioch.
Campbell, Sheila. The Mosaics of Aphrodisias in Caria. Foreword by Kenan T. Erim. SM 18 (Corpus of Mosaic Pavements in Turkey, 2). 1991. xii, 135 pp.; 18 figures, 119 plates. ISBN 978–0–88844–367–0 • $29.50 • The main catalogue of mosaics is supplemented by a wide selection of figures and plates and a detailed geometric summary.
DeWindt, Edwin Brezette, ed. The Court Rolls of Ramsey, Hepmangrove and Bury, 1268–1600. SM 17. 1990. xii, 297 pp., 1310 pp. on 5 fiche. ISBN 978–0–88844–366–3 • $49.50 • An edition and translation of all the surviving local records of the Ramsey area from 1268 to 1600.
Farge, James K. Biographical Register of Paris Doctors of Theology, 1500–1536. With a preface by Jean-Claude Margolin. SM 10. 1980. xvi, 562 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–359–5 • $84.95 • Biographical and bibliographical information on 474 graduates.
Fitzgerald, Wilma. Ocelli Nominum. Names and Shelf Marks of Famous / Familiar Manuscripts. SM 19. 1992. vi, 170 pp. Casebound. ISBN 978–0–88844–368–7 • $35.00 • A comprehensive listing, with index, of manuscripts known by common names.
Gyug, Richard F. The Diocese of Barcelona during the Black Death. The Register Notule communium 15 (1348–1349). SM 22. 1994. x, 526 pp. Casebound. ISBN 978–0–88844–371–7 • $94.50 • A calendar (with transcription of selected entries) of church documents, many of them dealing with the plague.
Hassell, James Woodrow, Jr. Middle French Proverbs, Sentences, and Proverbial Phrases. SM 12. 1982. x, 275 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–361–8 • $44.95 • Over 2700 examples gathered from texts written between 1300 and 1515.
Hillgarth, J.N. and Giulio Silano. The Register Notule communium 14 of the Diocese of Barcelona (1345–1348). A calendar with selected documents. SM 13. 1983. x, 365 pp.; plate. ISBN 978–0–88844–362–5 • $54.95 • A calendar of 652 unusual cases coming before the episcopal authorities.
Hughes, Andrew. Late Medieval Liturgical Offices. Tools for Electronic Research. Texts. SM 23. 1994. x, 230 pp., 1 CD-ROM. ISBN 978–0–88844–372–4 • $85.00 • This comprehensive study of a vast liturgical corpus provides indexed editions of the texts of some 1500 (mostly rhymed) offices in electronic form.
Hughes, Andrew. Late Medieval Liturgical Offices. Resources for Electronic Research. Sources and Chants. SM 24. 1996. x, 246 pp., 1 CD-ROM. ISBN 978–0–88844–373–1 • $115.00 • This volume contains comprehensive inventories of liturgical manuscripts and electronic encoding of plainchants, and extensive discussion of problems relating to these topics.
Izydorczyk, Zbigniew. Manuscripts of the Evangelium Nicodemi. A Census. SM 21. 1993. x, 282 pp. Casebound. ISBN 978–0–88844–370–0 • $45.50 • A comprehensive ms. list of one of the most influential religious texts in the Middle Ages.
The Liber Gersumarum of Ramsey Abbey. A calendar and index edited by Edwin Brezette DeWindt. SM 7. 1976. viii, 455 pp.; plates. ISBN 978–0–88844–356–4 • $69.95 • The only surviving part of what was originally a continuous record of rural life kept by the Abbey from at least the late thirteenth century until the Dissolution.
Moore, Paul. Iter Psellianum. SM 26. 2005. xiv, 752 pp. Casebound. ISBN 978–0–88844–375–5 • $145.00 • This catalogue raisonné of all the 1100 works attributed to Michael Psellos (ca 1019–ca 1078) is based in part on the contents of the volumes of his works in the Bibliotheca Teubneriana.
Raftis, J. Ambrose. Assart Data and Land Values: Two Studies in the East Midlands, 1200–1350. SM 3. 1975. 169 pp.; map. Casebound. ISBN 978–0–88844–352–6 • $24.95 • Two categories of data are included: land values from the Inquisitions Post Mortem for the East Midlands to 1350 and assarting data from the Forest proceedings for royal forest of the same counties over the thirteenth and early fourteenth centuries.
Raftis, J. Ambrose; and Mary Patricia Hogan. Early Huntingdonshire Lay Subsidy Rolls. SM 8. 1976. 301 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–357–1 • $44.95 • These documents, dating from 1290s to 1334, contain more information about taxable wealth and the names of those taxed than those from any other period prior to Tudor England.
Thomson, Williell R. The Latin Writings of John Wyclyf. An annotated catalog. SM 14. 1983. xxii, 352 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–363–2 • $54.95 • A systematic arrangement of 435 works with notes on manuscripts, editions and contents.
Williams, Caroline. Anemurium: The Roman and Early Byzantine Pottery. SM 16. 1989. xvi, 197 pp.; 606 figures, 24 plates. ISBN 978–0–88844–365–6 • $39.95 • A detailed catalogue based on the systematic excavation of this small city in Asia Minor.
Williman, Daniel. Calendar of the Letters of Arnaud Aubert, Camerarius Apostolicus 1361–1371. SM 20. 1992. xii, 525 pp.; plates. Casebound. ISBN 978–0–88844–369–4 • $49.50 • Over 850 letters of Pope Urban V’s financial minister set down in calendar order with the complete Latin texts of many letters.
Anselm and Abelard: Investigations and Juxtapositions.
Edited by G.E.M. Gasper and H. Kohlenberger.
PMS 19. 2006. x, 256 pp. ISBN 978–88844–819–4 • $54.95 •
Sixteen essays on two of the most important and influential thinkers of the
Middle Ages, their work, their lives, and their intellectual world.
Celtic Cosmology: Perspectives from Ireland and Scotland. Edited by Jacqueline Borsje, Ann Dooley, Séamus Mac Mathúna and Gregory Toner. PMS 26. 2014. viii, 316 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–826–2 • $90 • The essays in this collection, many originally presented at a 2008 colloquium on Celtic Cosmology and the Power of Words, aim to examine the worldviews held by the Celtic peoples. View
Charters, Cartularies, and Archives: The Preservation and Transmission of Documents in the Medieval West. Edited by Adam J. Kosto and Anders Winroth. PMS 17. 2002. x, 186 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–817–0 • $34.95 • Thirteen case studies of transmission and preservation of medieval documents focus on how documents were organized in archives and cartularies, and on the role that “copies” played in medieval diplomatics.
Cogs, Cargoes, and Commerce: Maritime Bulk Trade in Northern Europe, 1150–1400. Edited by Lars Berggren, Nils Hybel, and Annette Landen. PMS 15. 2002. xxii, 286 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–815–6 • $39.95 • Using a wide range of new or previously overlooked sources, the nine contributors to this volume challenge long-established patterns of thought about medieval trade.
Essays on Aesthetics and Medieval Literature in Honor of Howell Chickering. Edited by John M. Hill, Bonnie Wheeler, and R.F. Yeager. PMS 25. 2014. viii, 298 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–825–5 • $90 • This volume celebrates the fullness of Howell Chickering's reach, with contributors responding to his extensive scholarship on Old English as well as Middle English subjects as well as his other interests from the Middle Ages to medievalisms both Romantic and modern. View
Graceful Reason. Essays in Ancient and Medieval Philosophy Presented to Joseph Owens, CSSR. Edited by Lloyd P. Gerson. PMS 4. 1983. xiv, 447 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–804–0 • $69.95 • Twenty essays on Parmenides, Plato, Aristotle, Plotinus, and Aquinas.
Image, Text and Church, 1380–1600: Essays for Margaret Aston. Edited by Linda Clark, Maureen Jurkowski, and Colin Richmond. PMS 20. 2009. xiv, 289 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–820–0 • $91.00 • Reaching beyond history into the disciplines of literature, theology, art history and codicology, these twelve essays by distinguished scholars of the late medieval and early modern Church reflect the breadth of Dr Aston’s interests. View
In the Garden of Evil: The Vices and Culture in the Middle Ages. Edited by Richard Newhauser. PMS 18. 2005. xxiv, 570 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–818–7 • $94.95 • The areas touched on in this collection of essays are numerous: from late-antique and late-medieval demonology to scholastic analytic philosophy, from sins of the tongue to 'motions' of the heart, from penitentials and sermons to illuminations in the bibles moralisées and works in the conflictus genre. View
Landscapes and Societies in Medieval Europe East of the Elbe: Interactions between Environmental Settings and Cultural Transformations. Edited by Sunhild Kleingärtner, Timothy P. Newfield, Sébastien Rossignol, and Donat Wehner. PMS 23. 2013. xiv, 406 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–823–1 • $95.00 • This volume presents an interdisciplinary collection of studies on the lands "east of the Elbe", focusing on the connections between human populations and the natural world. View
Logos Islamikos, Studia Islamica in Honorem Georgii Michaelis Wickens. Edited by Roger M. Savory and Dionisius A. Agius. PMS 6. 1984. x, 351 pp.; plate. ISBN 978–0–88844–806–4 • $54.95 • Nineteen essays on Arabic and Persian language and literature, and Islamic culture.
Maurer, Armand. Being and Knowing. Studies in Thomas Aquinas and Later Medieval Philosophers. PMS 10. 1990. x, 496 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–810–1 • $74.95 • Twenty-one revised articles on philosophers writing between 1250 and 1350, and two essays on the historiography of medieval philosophy.
Modes of Authorship in the Middle Ages. Edited by Slavica Ranković with Ingvil Brügger Budal, Aidan Conti, Leidulf Melve, and Else Mundal. PMS 22. 2012. viii, 428 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–822–4 • $90.00 • The articles in this volume are geared towards reopening the debate concerning who should be credited with creativity – the talented individual, tradition/society, or the creative process itself. View
Philosophy and the God of Abraham: Essays in Memory of James A. Weisheipl, OP. Edited by R. James Long. PMS 12. 1991. x, 296 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–812–5 • $49.95 • These eighteen essays on Albert the Great, Aquinas, Robert Kilwardby, Roger Bacon, Averroes, al-Ghazali, and their influence from the Reformation to the twentieth century, are fitting tribute to the range and diversity of interests of a distinguished medievalist.
Religion, Text, and Society in Medieval Spain and Northern Europe: Essays in honor of J.N. Hillgarth. Edited by Thomas E. Burman, Mark D. Meyerson, and Leah Shopkow. PMS 16. 2002. xx, 374 pp.; plate. Casebound. ISBN 978–0–88844–816–3 • $84.95 • The seventeen essays collected here explore elements of the history and culture of medieval Spain; the complex interaction between institutional structures of the church and the spirit that animated them; and various aspects of the life and works of Ramon Lull.
The Religious Roles of the Papacy: Ideals and Realities, 1150–1300. Edited by Christopher Ryan. PMS 8. 1989. xii, 476 pp.; plates. ISBN 978–0–88844–808–8 • $74.95 • Fifteen studies exploring important aspects of the papacy during a particularly formative period.
The Rise of British Logic. Acts of the Sixth European Symposium on Medieval Logic and Semantics (Oxford, 1983). Edited by P. Osmund Lewry, OP. PMS 7. 1985. xii, 421 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–807–1 • $69.95 • Fifteen essays on the emergence of a distinctive British logic from the twelfth to the fourteenth century.
Robert Grosseteste and His Intellectual Milieu: New Editions and Studies. Edited by John Flood, James R. Ginther, and Joseph W. Goering. PMS 24. 2013. xiv, 430 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–824–8 • $90.00 • Fourteen papers on the works and intellectual context of Robert Grosseteste, bishop, philosopher, and theologian, including new editions and English translations of Grosseteste's De luce, his Latin translation of John of Damascus, and his Sermon 86. View
Robert Grosseteste: His Thought and Its Impact. Edited by Jack P. Cunningham. PMS 21. 2012. xviii, 362 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–821–7 • $90.00 • Robert Grosseteste's significant contributions to science and theology are a testament to his reputation as a consummate polymath. View
Talmage, Frank Ephraim. Apples of Gold in Settings of Silver: Studies in Medieval Jewish Exegesis and Polemics. Edited by Barry Dov Walfish. PMS 14. 1999. xvi, 444 pp. Casebound. ISBN 978–0–88844–814–9 • $85.00 • This collection of seventeen essays by one of the foremost scholars of Judaic studies in the Middle Ages includes five articles here published in English for the first time.
Travail et travailleurs en Europe au Moyen Âge et au début des temps modernes. Edited by Claire Dolan. PMS 13. 1991. xiv, 357 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–813–2 • $39.50 • Fourteen papers on the nature, organization and structure of labour in the Middle Ages.
Courtenay, William J. The Changing Approaches to Fourteenth-Century Thought. EGS 29. 2007. 40 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–729–6 • Complimentary (on request) • Every year, the Institute has invited a senior medievalist to give the Etienne Gilson Lecture. In 2007 it was given by William Courtenay, Professor of Medieval History at the University of Wisconsin.
Eschmann, Ignatius Theodore. The Ethics of Saint Thomas Aquinas: Two Courses. Edited by Edward A. Synan. EGS 20; Studies in Medieval Moral Teaching 1. 1997. xxx, 242 pp. Casebound. ISBN 978–0–88844–720–3 • $49.50 • Two courses from the papers of a distinguished interpreter of Aquinas, focusing on ethical issues of both the thirteenth and the twentieth centuries.
The Gilson Lectures on Thomas Aquinas. With an introduction by James P. Reilly. EGS 30. 2008. xxx, 246 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–730–2 • $30.95 • This volume contains nine lectures from this prestigious series by some of the most prominents Thomists, including Leonard Boyle, Edward Synan, James Weisheipl, Mark Jordan, and James P. Reilly. View
Gilson, Etienne. Christian Philosophy. An Introduction. Translated by Armand Maurer. EGS 17. 1993. xxvi, 139 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–717–3 • $19.95 • The first English translation of the important but little-known work, Introduction à la philosophie chrétienne (Paris, 1960).
Gilson, Etienne. Thomism: The Philosophy of Thomas Aquinas. A Translation of Le thomisme, sixth and final edition. By †Laurence K. Shook and Armand Maurer. EGS 24. 2002. xviii, 454 pp. Casebound. ISBN 978–0–88844–724–1 • $75.95 • This translation of one of Gilson’s most important works represents his final thoughts on Thomas' notions of existence and the nature of God and the emanation of the world from God constitutes his fullest treatment of Thomas' moral doctrine.
Gilson, Etienne. Three Quests in Philosophy: The Education of a Philosopher; In Quest of Species; In Quest of Matter. Edited by Armand Maurer. Foreword by James K. Farge. EGS 31. 2008. xii, 146 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–731–9 • $25.95 • These seven previously unpublished lectures by one of the most influential philosophers of the twentieth century represent his mature thought on three key questions: the nature of philosophy, "species," and "matter." View
Jaroszyński, Piotr. Beauty and Being: Thomistic Perspectives. Translated by Hugh McDonald with the collaboration of the author. EGS 33. 2011. x, 270 pp. Cloth. ISBN 978–0–88844–733–3 • $85.00 • This book attempts to define what beauty is in metaphysical terms and to establish beauty's place in philosophy. View
Maurer, Armand A. Medieval Philosophy. Second edition with additions and a bibliographic supplement. With a preface by Etienne Gilson. EGS 4. 1982. xxii, 455 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–704–3 • $38.50 • An outline of the history of medieval philosophy from St. Augustine to the Renaissance.
McGrath, Margaret. Etienne Gilson: A Bibliography / Une Bibliographie. EGS 3. 1982. xxviii, 124 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–703–6 • $24.95 • A detailed bibliography of writings by and about this important intellectual and cultural figure.
NOTE: The series also publishes the Institute’s annual Gilson Lecture. For a list of lectures currently in print (complimentary, on request), see the page devoted to elsewhere on this site.
Basil of Caesarea: Christian, Humanist, Ascetic. A Sixteen-Hundredth Anniversary Symposium. Edited by Paul J. Fedwick. 1981. 2 parts: xliv, viii, 764 pp.; plates. ISBN 978–0–88844–412–7 • $119.95 • Major studies on St. Basil (ca. 330–379) from the 1979 Toronto symposium.
Gilson, Etienne. Being and Some Philosophers. Second edition. 1952. xii, 235 pp. Casebound: ISBN 978–0–88844–401–1 • $39.95. Paperback: ISBN 978–0–88844–415–8 • $22.95 • Gilson traces the passage of ‘Being’ in works from Parmenides to Kierkegaard.
Mackey, Louis. Faith Order Understanding: Natural Theology in the Augustinian Tradition. 2011. xxiv, 170 pp. Cloth. ISBN 978–0–88844–421–9 • $80.00 • An exploration of faith and order, and of faith in order, from Augustine and Anselm to Bonaventure and Scotus. View
Owens, Joseph. The Doctrine of Being in the Aristotelian Metaphysics: A Study in the Greek Background of Mediaeval Thought. With a preface by Etienne Gilson. Third revised edition. 1978. xxxvi, 539 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–409–7 • $100.95 • The major study of the central problem of Western metaphysics.
Pegis, Anton Charles. St. Thomas and the Problem of the Soul in the Thirteenth Century. 1934. 213 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–406–6 • $25.95 • The problem of the soul as form and substance in Bonaventure, Albertus Magnus and Thomas Aquinas.
Sheehan, Michael M. and Jacqueline Murray, compilers. Domestic Society in Medieval Europe. A Select Bibliography. 1990. vi, 58 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–413–4 • $6.00 • Over 400 items on a wide range of subjects such as family and marriage, attitudes toward sexuality and celibacy, and the status of women and the elderly.
The Summa Parisiensis on the Decretum Gratiani. Edited by Terence P. McLaughlin. 1952, repr. 2012. xxxiv, 272 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–403–5 • $59.95 • The first printed edition of a twelfth-century canonical work that has come down to modern times in a single manuscript.
The Ancestry of Jesus: Excerpts from Liber generationis
Iesu Christi filii David filii Abraham (Matthew 1:1–17).
Edited by Greti Dinkova-Bruun. TMLT
28. 2005. viii, 136 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–478–3 • $17.95
• The work edited here, an anonymous composition
in 1611 rhymed hexameters, is an example of the exegetical type of biblical
versification that became popular from the eleventh century onwards.
Avitus. The Fall of Man. De spiritalis historiae gestis libri i–iii. Edited by Daniel J. Nodes. TMLT 16. 1985. viii, 71 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–466–0 • $17.95 • An early biblical epic on sin and salvation.
Bartholomaeus Anglicus. On the Properties of Soul and Body. De proprietatibus rerum libri iii et iv. Edited by R. James Long. TMLT 9. 1979. x, 113 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–458–5 • $17.95 • A treatise from this popular encyclopedia.
Boccaccio. In Defence of Poetry. Genealogiae deorum gentilium liber xiv. Edited by Jeremiah Reedy. TMLT 8. 1978. xii, 94 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–457–8 • $17.95 • One of the earliest defences of poetry.
A Book of British Kings: 1200 BC–1399 AD. Edited by George Rigg. TMLT 26. 2000. viii, 112 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–476–9 • $17.95 • Edited from British Library MSS Harley 3860, Cotton Claudius D. vii, and Harley 1808. Texts that recount the history of Britain from its legendary foundation by Brutus in 1200 BC to the fall of Richard II in 1399 AD.
The Canterbury Hymnal. Edited by Gernot R. Wieland. TMLT 12. 1982. viii, 136 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–462–2 • $17.95 • One hundred hymns from the Bosworth Psalter.
The Deposition of Richard II. "The Record and Process of the Renunciation and Deposition of Richard II" (1399) and Related Writings. Edited by David Carlson. TMLT 29. 2007. viii, 104 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–479–0 • $17.95 • This book is an edition of eight late-fourteenth- and early-fifteenth-century Latin texts that chronicle and/or comment upon events that led, in 1399, to the deposition of King Richard II.
A Durham Book of Devotions. Edited by Thomas H. Bestul. TMLT 18. 1987. viii, 102 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–468–4 • $17.95 • A collection of prayers, hymns and meditations for private and public use.
An Epitome of Biblical History: Glosses on Walter of Châtillon's 'Alexandreis' 4.176–274. Edited by David Townsend. TMLT 30. 2008. x, 94 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–480–6 • $17.95 • This book is an epitome of biblical history.
The Fables of ’Walter of England’. Edited by Aaron E. Wright. TMLT 25. 1997. viii, 168 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–475–2 • $17.95 • A twelfth-century collection of sixty Latin verse fables in the Aesopic tradition, with interlinear glosses and prose commentary, edited from a fifteenth-century manuscript.
The Gospel of Nicodemus. Gesta Salvatoris. Edited by H.C. Kim. TMLT 2. 1973. x, 54 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–451–6 • $17.95 • The most influential of the New Testament apocrypha.
Grosseteste, Robert. Templum Dei. Edited from MS 27 of Emmanuel College, Cambridge by Joseph Goering and F.A.C. Mantello. TMLT 14. 1984. viii, 92 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–464–6 • $17.95 • This popularization provided an introduction to practical theology, canon law and ethics.
Hugh Primas. The Oxford Poems of Hugh Primas and the Arundel Lyrics. Edited by C.J. McDonough. TMLT 15. 1984. x, 134 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–465–3 • $17.95 • These verses have helped to shape the modern conception of Goliardic poetry.
Langton, Stephen. Selected Sermons. Edited by Phyllis B. Roberts. TMLT 10. 1980. x, 97 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–460–8 • $17.95 • Four sermons by this renowned preacher.
Latin Colloquies from Pre-Conquest Britain. Edited by Scott Gwara. TMLT 22. 1996. x, 134 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–472–1 • $17.95 • Four collections of dialogues, one anonymous and three by Aelfric Bata, compiled for the use of teachers and students of Latin in an Anglo-Saxon monastic school.
The Life of Gundulf, Bishop of Rochester. Edited by Rodney Thomson. TMLT 7. 1977. viii, 88 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–456–1 • $17.95 • An anonymous life of Gundulf (1077–1108), friend of archbishops Lanfranc and Anselm.
Fra Nicola da Milano. Collationes de beata virgine. Edited by M. Michèle Mulchahey. TMLT 24. 1997. viii, 119 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–474–5 • $17.95 • Presents the full cycle of forty-four collations (brief sermons) preached by Nicola in the Dominican Congregation of the Blessed Virgin Mary at Imola in 1286–87.
Nigel of Canterbury. Miracles of the Virgin Mary, in Verse. Miracula sancte Dei genitricis virginis Marie, versifice. Edited by Jan Ziolkowski. TMLT 17. 1986. x, 101 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–467–7 • $17.95 • The earliest collection (17 stories) of versified Marian miracles in Latin.
Peter the Venerable. Selected Letters. Edited by Janet Martin in collaboration with Giles Constable. TMLT 3. 1974. viii, 107 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–452–3 • $17.95 • Letters on twelfth-century monasticism and spirituality to and from the abbot of Cluny.
Philippe de Mézières’ Campaign for the Feast of Mary’s Presentation. Edited by William E. Coleman. TMLT 11. 1981. viii, 120 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–461–5 • $17.95 • A collection of fourteenth-century documents concerning the establishment of the Feast of Mary’s Presentation in the Temple.
Rolle, Richard. Emendatio vitae. Orationes ad honorem nominis Ihesu. Edited by Nicholas Watson. TMLT 21. 1995. viii, 88 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–471–4 • $17.95 • An example of the medieval “writings of affective contemplation” exploring the relationship of the individual soul and God.
The Rule of St. Benedict: The Abingdon Copy. Edited by John Chamberlin. TMLT 13. 1982. viii, 87 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–463–9 • $17.95 • One version of the Rule used about the year 1000.
Saints’ Lives by Walter of Châtillon. Edited by Carsten Wollin. TMLT 27. 2002. viii, 104 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–477–6 • $17.95 • These three poetic Vitae are here ascribed to Walter of Châtillon. The difficult Latin of the poems (which employ the goliardic line and stanza) are supported by numerous notes to aid translation.
Speeches from the Oculus pastoralis. Edited by Terence O. Tunberg. TMLT 19. 1990. x, 78 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–469–1 • $17.95 • Selections from the earliest group of model orations of a secular nature to have survived from medieval Italy.
Stella clericorum. Edited by Eric H. Reiter. TMLT 23. 1997. viii, 56 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–473–8 • $17.95 • An edition of a late-thirteenth-century copy of the pastoral manual that became one of the most popular treatises of the later Middle Ages.
A Thirteenth-Century Anthology of Rhetorical Poems. Edited by Bruce Harbert. TMLT 4. 1975. x, 78 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–453–0 • $17.95 • An anthology to illustrate the rhetorical precepts of the art of poetry.
Three Latin Comedies. Edited by Keith Bate. TMLT 6. 1976. viii, 96 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–455–4 • $17.95 • The three plays, Geta, Babio and Panphilus, are important examples of secular Latin verse comedy.
Three Lives of English Saints. Edited by Michael Winterbottom. TMLT 1. 1972. x, 94 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–450–9 • $17.95 • Early biographies of major figures in the monastic upsurge in tenth-century England.
Two Alcuin Letter-Books. Edited by Colin Chase. TMLT 5. 1975. viii, 84 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–454–7 • $17.95 • Model letters for epistolary composition plus actual letters sent to monasteries and individuals.
The ‘Vulgate’ Commentary on Ovid’s Metamorphoses. The Creation Myth and the Story of Orpheus. Edited by Frank T. Coulson. TMLT 20. 1991. x, 148 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–470–7 • $17.95 • Quoting extensively from a wide range of classical and medieval authors, this commentary demonstrates a literary sensitivity rare for its genre at the time.
William of Newburgh. Sermons of William of Newburgh. Edited by A.B. Kraebel. TMLT 31. 2010. x, 118 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–481–3 • $17.95 • Three homiletic works by the twelfth-century canon regular William of Newburgh constitute a witness to the development of meditative theology as a vehicle of spirituality in England in the generations after Anselm. View
Sinkewicz, Robert E. Project Description and Development Strategy. GIPS 1. 1989. 23 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–851–4 • $4.95 • A Detailed description of the organization, methodology and future of this information access system for Greek manuscripts written prior to 1600 AD.
Sinkewicz, Robert E. and Walter M. Hayes. Manuscript Listings for the Authored Works of the Palaeologan Period. GIPS 2. 1989. 17 pp., 3 fiche. ISBN 978–0–88844–852–1 • $9.95 • A detailed list (664 pages) of manuscripts from works of known authors of the Palaeologan and early post-Byzantine periods.
Sinkewicz, Robert E. Manuscript Listings for the Authors of Classical and Late Antiquity. GIPS 3. 1990. vi, 50 pp., 6 fiche. ISBN 978–0–88844–853–8 • $19.95 • The manuscript listings, by author and by category (opera, mathematica, philosophica, epistula), comprise 1830 pp. Includes a supplementary list of catalogues used.
Sinkewicz, Robert E. Manuscript Listings for the Authors of the Patristic and Byzantine Periods. GIPS 4. 1992. iv, 74 pp., 17 fiche. ISBN 978–0–88844–854–5 • $49.95 • A detailed list (4700 pages) of manuscripts of works by known authors from the Patristic and Byzantine periods. The printed fascicle lists all authors in the project database.
The Greek Index Project. Set of four volumes. ISBN 978–0–88844–420–2 • $59.95 •
Bailey, Richard N. England’s Earliest Sculptors. PDOE 5. 1996. xx, 187 pp.; figures and plates. Casebound. ISBN 978–0–88844–905–4 • $59.50 • An overview of Anglo-Saxon sculpture from its tentative beginnings in the seventh century to the Norman Conquest.
Harris, Richard L. “A Chorus of Grammars”: The Correspondence of George Hickes and His Collaborators on the Thesaurus linguarum septentrionalium. PDOE 4. 1992. xviii, 492 pp.; figures and plates. Casebound. ISBN 978–0–88844–904–7 • $69.00 • Over 250 previously unpublished letters providing a fascinating account of the growth of systematic philological scholarship on Anglo-Saxon language and literature.
Lye, Edward. The Correspondence of Edward Lye. Edited by Margaret Clunies Ross and Amanda J. Collins. PDOE 6. 2004. xx, 412 pp. Casebound. ISBN 978–0–88844–906–1 • $94.95 • Edward Lye (1694–1767), Anglo-Saxonist and antiquary, was an important contributor to the advancement of our understanding of the history and structure of the English language, its vocabulary and literature. This edition presents the 193 letters known to have passed between Lye and 45 correspondents between 1729 and Lye's death in 1767.
Making Sense: Constructing Meaning in Early English. Edited by Antonette diPaolo Healey and Kevin Kiernan. PDOE 7. 2007. xii, 138 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–907–8 • $24.95 • The five essays in this volume discuss texts either from the Old English period or from the transitional twelfth century, and each explores, from differing perspectives, how today’s readers make sense of, or construct meanings from, early English documents.
Porter, David W. The Antwerp–London Glossaries: The Latin and Latin–Old English Vocabularies from Antwerp, Museum Plantin-Moretus 16.2 – London, British Library Add. 32246. Volume 1: Texts and Indexes. PDOE 8. 2011. xii, 258 pp. Cloth. ISBN 978–0–88844–908–5 • $85.00 • The Antwerp–London Glossaries are eleventh-century descendents of the earliest English school text. A varied collection with five parts, the glossaries have at their heart the Etymologies of Isidore of Seville. View
Stanley, Eric Gerald. A Collection of Papers with Emphasis on Old English Literature. PDOE 3. 1987. xviii, 461 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–903–0 • $74.95 • Twenty-one papers on Old English studies, Old English texts, inscriptions and King Alfred.
DICTIONARY OF OLD ENGLISH
Fascicle A. 1994. 26 pages, 8 fiche. ISBN 978–0–88844–922–1 • $12.00 • This fascicle consists of 1505 headwords in 2331 pages on 8 microfiche.
Fascicle AE; Beon. 1992. 5 and 50 pp., 4 fiche. ISBN 978–0–88844–923–8 • $11.00 • This fascicle consists of 617 headwords in 771 pages on microfiche; the entry for the substantive verb beon on 49 pages on microfiche; and Abbreviations for Latin Sources and Bibliography of Editions by Pauline A. Thompson.
Fascicle B. 1991. 9 fiche. ISBN 978–0–88844–924–5 • $13.50 • 2,202 headwords in 2,693 pages on fiche.
Fascicle C. 1988. 6 fiche. ISBN 978–0–88844–925–2 • $8.95 • 1,367 headwords in 1,610 pages on fiche.
Fascicle D. 1986. 4 fiche. ISBN 978–0–88844–926–9 • $5.95 • 897 headwords in 951 pages on fiche.
Fascicle E. 1996. 6 fiche. ISBN 978–0–88844–927–6 • $8.95 • 1,450 headwords on 1,689 pages on fiche.
Fascicle F. 2004. 35 fiche. ISBN 978–0–88844–929–0 • $49.50 • 3,014 headwords on 7,459 pages, together with a
list of texts used.
Fascicle G. 2008. 14 fiche. ISBN 978–0–88844–931–1 • $29.95 • 1,319 headwords on 3,454 pages, together with
updated bibliographic information.
Berthelot, Anne. Figures et fonction de l’écrivain au XIIIe siècle. PIEM 25. 1991. 560 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–535–3 • $84.95 • A study of the meaning of ’the writer’ in thirteenth-century literature.
Decarie, Vianney. L’Objet de la Métaphysique selon Aristote. 2nd ed. PIEM 16. 1972. xx, 198 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–503–2 • $34.95 • A study of a central problem in Aristotle.
Deman, Thomas. Le traitement scientifique de la moral chrétienne selon saint Augustin. PIEM 15. 1957. 134 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–504–9 • $19.95 • Doctrine and ethical knowledge in the work of Augustine.
Études d'histoire littéraire et doctrinale. 3rd series. PIEM 17. 1962. 324 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–506–3 • $44.95 • Nine essays on Augustine, Alan of Lille, and Thomas Aquinas, among others.
Études d'histoire littéraire et doctrinale. 4th series. PIEM 19. 1968. 284 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–507–0 • $44.95 • Six studies devoted to Anselm, Augustine, and John of Salisbury, among others.
Jean de Sècheville. De principiis naturae. Critical edition with introduction and tables by R.-M. Giguère. PIEM 14. 1956. 229 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–510–0 • $34.95 • This treatise by John of Sackville was composed in 1256.
Hillgarth, J.N. and Juan Rossello Lliteras. The Liber communis curiae of the Diocese of Majorca (1364–1374). Text; English and Spanish introduction and notes. PIEM 24. 1989. vi, 209 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–533–9 • $34.95 • An edition of 214 documents concerning the rule of the islands of Majorca and Minorca shortly after their incorporation into the Kingdom of Aragon.
Lafleur, Claude. Quatre introductions à la philosophie au XIIIe siècle. PIEM 23. 1988. xx, 428 pp.; plates. ISBN 978–0–88844–532–2 • $74.95 • Critical editions of four examples of thirteenth-century divisiones scientiarum texts, with a historical introduction.
Martel, Benoît. La Psychologie de Gonsalve d’Espagne. PIEM 21. 1968. 207 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–516–2 • $34.95 • Gundisalvus, O.F.M., flourished in the early fourteenth century.
Vanier, Paul. Théologie trinitaire chez saint Thomas d’Aquin. Évolution du concept d’action notionnelle. PIEM 13. 1953. 156 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–526–1 • $24.95 • Thomas Aquinas on the Trinity.
Winn, Colette H. L’esthétique du jeu dans l’Heptaméron de Marguerite de Navarre. PIEM 26. 1993. viii, 205 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–536–0 • $34.95 • A study of this sixteenth-century author within the tradition of the literature of ’play.’
Allard, G.H. Johannis Scoti Eriugenae Periphyseon. Indices générales. 1983. xiv, 642 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–530–8 • $79.95 • A complete index of all words in the Periphyseon.
Ollier, Marie-Louise, ed. Lexique et concordances de Chrétien de Troyes d’après la copie Guiot. With introduction, index, and rhyme analysis. Computerization by Serge Lusignan, Charles Doutrelepont and Bernard Derval. Revised edition, 1989. xcvi, 259 pp.; 38 fiche. Casebound. ISBN 978–0–88844–534–6 • $79.95 • A computerized study of the five romances of Chrétien, the most important surviving corpus of Old French material.
Audet, Jean-Paul. Admiration religieuse et désir de savoir. Réflexions sur la condition de théologien. CAG 1961. 1962. 69 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–501–8 • $7.00
Gandillac, Maurice de. Valeur du temps dans la pédagogie spirituelle de Jean Tauler. CAG 1955. 1956. 100 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–509–4 • $14.95
Heers, Jacques. Fêtes, jeux et joutes dans les sociétés de l’Occident à la fin du moyen âge. CAG 1971. 1982. 147 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–528–5 • $24.95
Jeauneau, Edouard. Quatre thèmes érigéniens. CAG 1974. 1978. 186 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–511–7 • $29.95
Oikonomidès, Nicolas. Hommes d’affaires grecs et latins à Constantinople (XIIIe–XVe siècles). CAG 1977. 1979. 149 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–518–6 • $24.95
Salman, Dominique. La Place de la philosophie dans l’université idéale. CAG 1954. 1954. 69 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–522–3 • $7.00
Verdier, Philippe. Le Couronnement de la Vierge. Les origines et les premiers développements d’un thème iconographique. CAG 1972. 1980. 277 pp.; 105 plates. ISBN 978–0–88844–527–8 • $54.95
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