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1 PUBLICATIONS 2006 Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies NEW TITLES CONTENTS PHILOSOPHY 6 AQUINAS 7 RELIGION 8 HISTORY 10 THE ARTS 11 LITERATURE 12 MEDIAEVAL 13 LATIN DICTIONARY OF 14 OLD ENGLISH RAYMOND OF PENYAFORT Summa on Marriage Translated by Pierre Payer In the Garden of Evil: The Vices and Culture in the Middle Ages Edited by Richard Newhauser Pagan Survivals, Superstitions, and Popular Cultures in Early Medieval Pastoral Literature By Bernadette Filotas THE INSTITUTE 15 JOURNAL BACK IN PRINT 16 page 2 page 3 page 4 INDEX 18 ALSO RECENTLY RELEASED The Ancestry of Jesus, ed. Greti Dinkova-Bruun 2 Paul Rorem, Eriugena s Commentary on the Dionysian Celestial Hierarchy 3 Paul Moore, Iter Psellianum 4 Walter Chatton, Reportatio super Sententias III IV 5 pims Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies, Department of Publications 59 Queen s Park Crescent Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5S 2C4 Phone Fax

2 NEW TITLES RAYMOND OF PENYAFORT Summa on Marriage Translated by PIERRE PAYER The birth and flowering of canonical jurisprudence in the twelfth century is one of the most striking and fruitful developments of the age, marking an important turn in the history of the Church and in framing the essential elements of the rule of law in political and social life. Raymond of Penyafort was an important participant in these developments. Born near Barcelona in 1175, he became a teacher of canon law at Bologna, the greatest centre of legal studies. Pope Gregory IX appointed Raymond to produce a comprehensive compilation of papal legal decisions. The result, the Decretals of Gregory IX (1234), would remain normative in the Catholic Church until Raymond drew on it to compose his Summa on Marriage, a summary of learned reflection on the law of marriage, to aid his Dominican brothers in hearing confessions, where numerous problems touching on marriage would have been encountered. The definition of marriage and of its ends, stages and impediments, arrangements and consequences are the subject of the work. This translation of it offers a comprehensive presentation of the medieval teaching on marriage learned in content, practical in orientation. Mediaeval Sources in Translation ; viii, 98 pp. ISBN $9.95 Read the first section online at The Ancestry of Jesus Excerpts from Liber generationis Iesu Christi filii David filii Abraham (Matthew 1:1 17) Edited from Heidelberg, Universitätsbibliothek MS Salem IX 15 by GRETI DINKOVA-BRUUN This volume presents a partial edition of the Liber generationis Iesu Christi filii Dauid filii Abraham, an anonymous composition in 1611 rhymed hexameters exemplifying the exegetical type of biblical versification that became very popular from the eleventh century onwards. The poem, likely composed in the middle to late eleventh century, forms a lengthy commentary on the genealogy of Jesus as it is recorded in the first seventeen verses of the gospel of Matthew, but the poet ranges widely over the entire Bible for his material, frequently drawing on the Old Testament (especially the books of Genesis and Kings) for details. In the manuscript edited here, dating to the late eleventh or early twelfth century, the poem is accompanied by extensive interlinear and marginal glosses, which provide lexical, grammatical, and syntactical aids as well as summaries, interpretations, and comments on the text, thus giving readers much essential assistance on verses frequently very difficult to construe. Toronto Medieval Latin Texts ; viii, 135 pp. ISBN $ Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies

3 NEW TITLES In the Garden of Evil The Vices and Culture in the Middle Ages Edited by RICHARD NEWHAUSER 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, from discourse analysis to textual criticism, from gender and queer studies to social history and Begriffsgeschichte, properly so called. The study of the vices is ripe for participation in all these forms of theoretical discussion and cultural criticism. The contributors have not attempted to be exhaustive in any of them, but rather to point the way to the fruitfulness of further treatments of the vices in medieval culture. Contributors RICHARD E. BARTON CARLA CASAGRANDE EDWIN D. CRAUN F.N.M. DIEKSTRA GERALD B. GUEST NIGEL HARRIS RAINER E. JEHL RUTH MAZO KARRAS BONNIE KENT MICHAEL KUCZYNSKI RICHARD NEWHAUSER EDWARD PETERS MEINOLF SCHUMACHER COLUMBA STEWART M.W.F. STONE CAROL STRAW SYLVANIA VECCHIO MIREILLE VINCENT-CASSY SIEGFRIED WENZEL paul rorem Eriugena s Commentary on the Dionysian Celestial Hierarchy The order for introducing various aspects of the Expositiones below follows the format of the work itself: first in John s own order comes the Dionysian text in translation, followed by a paraphrase or two and then by Eriugena s own comments, sometimes on particular sources, more often on the points of doctrine he wants to expound. Thus this book starts with the author, that is, John s perspective on Dionysius himself (Chapter I: Dionysian Biographies ). For Eriugena, Dionysius was the Athenian Areopagite, but was he also the Parisian martyr Saint Denis? The text of The Celestial Hierarchy, the particular Greek codex John was working with contained its own variants and challenges (Chapter II: The Greek Manuscript and its Problems ). Next comes a study of John s Patterns of Translation and Paraphrase (Chapter III). After his multiple paraphrases, Eriugena often adds his own expository remarks, invoking other sources, such as the remaining works of the Dionysian corpus (Chapter IV). Papers in Mediaeval Studies ; xxiv, 570 pp. ISBN X $94.95 Read the first section online at Studies and Texts ; xiv, 242 pp. ISBN Casebound $59.95 Read the first section online at Catalogue of Publications 3

4 NEW TITLES Bernadette Filotas Pagan Survivals, Superstitions, and Popular Culture in Early Medieval Pastoral Literature Is medieval pastoral literature an accurate reflection of actual beliefs and practices in the early medieval West or simply of literary conventions inherited by clerical writers? How and to what extent did Christianity and traditional pre-christian beliefs and practices come into conflict, influence each other, and merge in popular culture? This comprehensive study examines early medieval popular culture as it appears in ecclesiastical and secular law, sermons, penitentials and other pastoral works a selective, skewed, but still illuminating record of the beliefs and practices of ordinary Christians. Concentrating on the five centuries from c 500 to c 1000, Pagan Survivals, Superstitions, and Popular Cultures presents the evidence for folk religious beliefs and piety, attitudes to nature and death, festivals, magic, drinking and alimentary customs. As such it provides a precious glimpse of the mutual adaptation of Christianity and traditional cultures at an important period of cultural and religious transition. Studies and Texts ; x, 438 pp. ISBN Casebound $89.95 Read the first chapter online at paul moore Iter Psellianum A detailed listing of manuscript sources for all works attributed to Michael Psellos, including a comprehensive bibliography These writings... are, as you see, many. They do not, however, satisfy my thirst, but rather I am still troubled and blame my lot because I did not have them all. For it has been related to me by a man worthy of belief, and reported in his own handwriting, that in a certain library here in Rome there are many manuscripts of this author lying overlooked. Perhaps at some time, for I shall make every effort in this matter, the opportunity will be granted me of inspecting, reading and at length comparing them with other manuscripts. Thus Leo Allatius ( ), Greek scriptor who was employed in the Vatican library. Iter Psellianum is a catalogue raisonné of all the works (some 1100) attributed to Psellos. The form of the catalogue is based partly on the contents of the volumes of Psellos works as they have appeared in the Bibliotheca Teubneriana. Each work has a consecutive running number as well as an internal number for that section, viz., letters, theological works, philosophical works, etc. Subsidia Mediaevalia ; xiv, 752 pp. ISBN Casebound $ Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies

5 NEW TITLES WALTER BURLEY Quaestiones super librum Posteriorum Edited by Mary Catherine Sommers An edition of Burley s twelve Questions on Aristotle s Posterior Analytics, organized around themes of Aristotelian scientific method. ST ; x, 214 pp. ISBN Casebound $39.95 Walter Chatton Reportatio super Sententias Libri III IV Edited by Joseph C. Wey and Girard J. Etzkorn Studies and Texts ; xii, 400 pp. ISBN Casebound $80.95 PREVIOUSLY PUBLISHED Liber II. Ed. Joseph C. Wey and Girard J. Etzkorn. ST ; xiv, 370 pp. ISBN Casebound $75.95 Liber I, distinctiones Ed. Joseph C. Wey and Girard J. Etzkorn. ST ; xiv, 502 pp. ISBN Casebound $95.95 Liber I, distinctiones 1 9. Ed. Joseph C. Wey and Girard J. Etzkorn. ST ; xvi, 580 pp. ISBN X Casebound $95.95 Collatio ad librum primum et prologus. Ed. Joseph C. Wey. ST ; viii, 424 pp. ISBN $64.95 An English Franciscan, born sometime during the last quarter of the thirteenth century, Walter Chatton was a contemporary of two other renowned Franciscan philosopher-theologians, William of Ockham and Adam Wodeham. The latter was the reportator of Chatton s Reportatio super Sententias. These two volumes conclude the edition of the written accounts of Chatton s lectures given during the years , an edition begun by Joseph Wey and completed by Girard Etzkorn. robert holcot Seeing the Future Clearly: Questions on Future Contingents Edited by Paul A. Streveler and Katherine H. Tachau Coeditors Hester Goodenough Gelber and William J. Courtenay An edition of 4 Quodlibetal questions addressing the relationship of a wholly contingent created order with an entirely benevolent, omnipotent and omniscient divinity. ST ; x, 223 pp. ISBN Casebound $40.00 Commentaries on Boethius by Thierry of Chartres and His School Edited by Nikolaus M. Häring Critical editions of nine works, especially commentaries, especially on Boethius s De Hebdomadibus. Includes detailed introduction, bibliography, indexes and glossary. ST ; 619 pp. ISBN $ Catalogue of Publications 5

6 PHILOSOPHY: Textbooks, histories, translations The Cardinal Virtues: Aquinas, Albert, and Philip the Chancellor Translated by R.E. HOUSER The four cardinal virtues, first identified by Plato, are discussed through translations of the works of three major medieval thinkers: Philip the Chancellor s On the Four Cardinal Virtues and On Virtue in General: Continuation (from the Summa on the Good); Albert the Great s On the Division and Sufficiency of the Virtues (from the Parisian Summa), and Commentary on the Sentences, Book 3, Distinctions 33 and 36; as well as Thomas Aquinas s, Disputed Question on the Cardinal Virtues. The extensive introduction traces the concept through to the thirteenth century, documenting three stages of its development, from Greek and Roman philosophi to Christian sancti and finally medieval magistri. Mediaeval Sources in Translation ; x, 256 pp. ISBN $29.95 Maurer, Armand. The Philosophy of William of Ockham in the Light of Its Principles. ST ; x, 590 pp. Paperback (released 2001): ISBN $44.95 This study of Ockham shows him to be a seminal thinker whose insights anticipate significant developments in modern philosophy. 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 $89.95 A study of the central problem of Western metaphysics that stands at the forefront of scholarship on both ancient and medieval philosophy. Gilson, Etienne. Christian Philosophy. An Introduction. Translated by Armand Maurer. EGS ; xxvi, 139 pp. ISBN $19.95 The first English translation of the important but little-known work, Introduction à la philosophie chrétienne (Paris, 1960). Gilson, Etienne. Being and Some Philosophers. Second edition. 1952; xii, 235 pp. Casebound. ISBN X $ Paperbound. ISBN X $19.95 Gilson traces the passage of Being in works from Parmenides to Kierkegaard. The Glosae super Platonem of Bernard of Chartres. Edited by Paul Edward Dutton. ST ; xii, 334 pp. ISBN X $55.00 A critical edition of a magisterial set of glosses on Plato s Timaeus by the twelfth-century master Bernardus Carnotensis. For the classroom Maurer, Armand A. Medieval Philosophy. Second edition with additions and a bibliographic supplement. With a preface by Etienne Gilson. EGS ; xxii, 455 pp. ISBN $34.95 An outline of the history of medieval philosophy from St. Augustine to the Renaissance. Two Greek Aristotelian Commentators on the Intellect. The De Intellectu attributed to Alexander of Aphrodisias, and Themistius Paraphrase of Aristotle, De Anima Introduction, translation, commentary by Frederic M. Schroeder and Robert B. Todd. MST ; xiv, 165 pp. ISBN $10.00 The nature and influence of the Aristotelian doctrine of the active intellect in two commentaries influential in the Middle Ages and Renaissance. Porphyry the Phoenician. Isagoge. Translation, introduction and notes by Edward W. Warren. MST ; 65 pp. ISBN $6.95 Porphyry s text became a standard preface to Aristotle s logic. Master Eckhart. Parisian Questions and Prologues. Translated with an introduction and notes by Armand A. Maurer. MST ; 123 pp. ISBN $9.95 These early fourteenthcentury questions reveal a powerful and original speculative theologian and metaphysician. Godfrey of Saint Victor. The Fountain of Philosophy. A translation by Edward A. Synan of the twelfthcentury Fons philosophiae. MST ; 89 pp. ISBN $8.95 A late twelfth-century poetical survey of contemporary learning. 6 Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies

7 THOMAS AQUINAS: Texts, translations, studies 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 ; xviii, 454 pp. Casebound. ISBN $74.95 This translation of one of Gilon s most important works represents his final thoughts on Thomas notions of existence and the nature of God and constitutes his fullest treatment of Thomas moral and theological doctrine. Eschmann, Ignatius Theodore. The Ethics of Saint Thomas Aquinas: Two Courses. Edited by Edward A. Synan. EGS 20/Studies in Medieval Moral Teaching ; xxx, 242 pp. Casebound. ISBN $49.50 Two courses from the papers of a distinguished Thomist, focusing on ethical issues, medieval and modern. Guillaume de Tocco. Ystoria sancti Thome de Aquino de Guillaume de Tocco (1323). Edition critique, introduction et notes par Claire le Brun-Gouanvic. ST ; viii, 298 pp. Casebound. ISBN $49.50 Composed between 1318 and 1323 by the promoter of Thomas canonization, this is the oldest important biographical document which we possess. Brown, Oscar James. Natural Rectitude and Divine Law in Aquinas. ST ; xiv, 210 pp. ISBN $34.95 An integrated interpretation of the Thomistic doctrine of law. Pegis, Anton Charles. St. Thomas and the Problem of the Soul in the Thirteenth Century. 1934; 213 pp. ISBN $24.95 The problem of the soul as form and substance in Bonaventure, Albertus Magnus and Aquinas. For the classroom Thomas Aquinas. Faith, Reason and Theology. Translated with introduction and notes by Armand Maurer. MST ; xxxviii, 127 pp. ISBN $9.95 Questions i-iv of Aquinas commentary on the De Trinitate of Boethius. Thomas Aquinas. The Division and Methods of the Sciences. Translated with introduction and notes by Armand Maurer. Fourth revised edition. MST ; xlii, 119 pp. ISBN $9.95 Thomas most comprehensive treatment of the theoretical sciences and description of their methods. Thomas Aquinas. Quodlibetal Questions 1 and 2. Translated by Sandra Edwards. MST ; viii, 128 pp. ISBN $9.95 Disputations dealing with a wide range of theological and philosophical topics. Thomas Aquinas. On Being and Essence. Translated with an introduction and notes by Armand Maurer. Second revised edition. MST ; 79 pp. ISBN $6.95 Aquinas primer in metaphysics. Thomas Aquinas. On Kingship to the King of Cyprus. Translated by Gerald B. Phelan; revised with an introduction and notes by I.Th. Eschmann. MST ; xl, 119 pp. ISBN $9.95 Aquinas outlines the justification and proper practice of kingly government. THOMAS AQUINAS Aquinas on Creation Writings on the Sentences Translated by STEVEN E. BALDNER and WILLIAM E. CARROLL The immense achievement of Aquinas is to have explained so much of the Christian teaching on creation in philosophical terms. Nearly everything essential to the Christian idea of creation the existence and uniqueness of the Creator, the fact that the Creator creates without intermediaries and freely, the fact that the creation is properly out of nothing is not only philosophically comprehensible, according to Aquinas, but also philosophically demonstrable. Only one major element of Christian teaching, the temporal beginning of the world, is not philosophically demonstrable, although it is comprehensible philosophically. These six articles of Aquinas Writings on the Sentences represent his most succinct account of creation, and his doctrines on the subject. Mediaeval Sources in Translation ; x, 166 pp. ISBN Catalogue of Publications 7

8 RELIGION: Theology, church history, law, hagiography CARMELLA FRANKLIN The Latin Dossier of Anastasius the Persian Hagiographic Translations and Transformations This book examines the cult of an Eastern saint in the medieval Latin West, bridging traditional linguistic and geographical boundaries in the study of early medieval Europe. The movement of the cult of Anastasius the Persian monk (d 22 January 628, in Kirkuk, modern Iraq) from Persia, Jerusalem, and Constantinople to Rome and Italy in the mid seventh century, and from there to Anglo-Saxon England and northern Europe, is documented by an extensive literary dossier, as well as by the veneration of the martyr s relics and other evidence of liturgical commemoration. Ten critical editions are included. Studies and Texts ; xii, 572 pp. ISBN Casebound $ Field, Lester L., Jr. On the Communion of Damasus and Meletius: Fourth-Century Synodal Formulae in the Codex Veronensis LX. ST ; xii, 304 pp. Casebound. ISBN $69.95 Emerging from the Roman synods of the 370s, epistolary exemplars provided formulae that healed the schism between the two Nicene claimants to the see of Antioch. Since this union with the Western Church did not last past 381, the synodal formulae for reunion pose delicate problems of great import to Church history. Guerric of Saint-Quentin. Quaestiones de quolibet. A Critical Edition by Walter H. Principe, with Editorial Revision and a Preface by Jonathan Black. Introduction by Jean-Pierre Torrell. ST ; xxxvi, 463 pp. Casebound. ISBN $84.95 The nine philosophical and theological quodlibets and fragments of five others attributed to this early Dominican master are among the earliest known quodlibetal questions. They are presented with a detailed introduction (in French) examining various aspects of the Latin text and its background. The volume includes an editorial preface, with descriptions of manuscripts used in the edition, and indexes. Capgrave, John. Life of Augustine. Edited from British Library Additional MS 36704, together with Jordanus of Saxony s Vita s. Augustini from Bibliothèque de l Arsenal MS 251, by Cyril Lawrence Smetana. ST x, 138 pp. Casebound. ISBN $33.95 This edition of a unique Middle English manuscript written about 1451 provides a diplomatic transcription of the text, expanding Capgrave s abbreviations and includes modern punctuation, capitalization, word division, and paragraph breaks. Mulchahey, M. Michèle. First the Bow is Bent in Study... : Dominican Education before ST ; xxii, 618 pp. Casebound. ISBN $ This exploration of Dominican education in the first century of the order s life is as magisterial in its reach as it is detailed, rigorous, and sensitive in its historical research. Reynolds, Roger E. The Collectio canonum Casinensis duodecimi saeculi (Codex terscriptus). A derivative of the South-Italian Collection in Five Books. An implicit edition with introductory study. ST 137; Monumenta Liturgica Beneventana x, 129 pp. Casebound. ISBN $31.95 This twelfth-century collection of ecclesiastical law reflects reforming trends of both the Ottonian and Salian emperors of the early eleventh century and the so-called Gregorian reformers from the later eleventh century. Palamas, Gregory. The One Hundred and Fifty Chapters. Edited and translated by Robert E. Sinkewicz. ST ; xii, 288 pp.; 325 pp. on 1 fiche. ISBN $44.95 A critical edition and English translation of Palamas reflections on the larger doctrinal context of the fourteenthcentury theological debates. The volume also includes a 325-page Greek concordance on microfiche. Petersen, Joan M. The Dialogues of Gregory the Great in Their Late Antique Cultural Background. ST ; xxiv, 227 pp.; maps. ISBN $39.95 This study represents an important reassessment of Gregory s Dialogues in relation both to their literary and theological background and to modern hagiographical and historical research. 8 Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies

9 RELIGION (continued) O Carroll, Mary E. A Thirteenth- Century Preacher s Handbook: Studies in MS Laud Misc ST ; xii, 466 pp; maps, diagrams. Casebound. ISBN $85.00 This manuscript is a characteristic example of the late medieval sermon collection, as well as a preacher s handbook. The volume contains detailed appendices and handlists. Talmage, Frank Ephraim. Apples of Gold in Settings of Silver: Studies in Medieval Jewish Exegesis and Polemics. Edited by Barry Dov Walfish. PMS ; xvi, 444 pp. Casebound. ISBN $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. Goering, Joseph. William de Montibus (c ). The Schools and the Literature of Pastoral Care. ST ; xii, 638 pp. Casebound. ISBN $95.00 Life and writings of an influential teacher of theology in twelfth-century England, with editions of six works and extracts from ten others. Julian of Norwich. A Book of Showings to the Anchoress Julian of Norwich. Edited by Edmund Colledge and James Walsh. ST ; 2 parts: viii, vi, 789 pp. ISBN $94.95 The definitive edition of both the short and long texts of the mystical revelations to Julian. For the classroom Abelard, Peter. A Dialogue of a Philosopher with a Jew, and a Christian. Translated by Pierre J. Payer. MST ; viii, 187 pp. ISBN $12.95 The classic debate between natural law and written law, and Christian grace. Joachim of Fiore. Enchiridion super Apocalypsim. Edited by Edward K. Burger. ST ; x, 114 pp. ISBN $19.95 A critical edition of Joachim s introduction to the Apocalypse of St. John. Petrarch. Book Without a Name. A translation by Norman P. Zacour of the Liber sine nomine. MST ; 128 pp. ISBN $9.95 This indictment of the papal court at Avignon has influenced all later views. Kimhi, Joseph. The Book of the Covenant. Translated by Frank Talmage. MST ; 88 pp. ISBN $8.95 A twelfth-century defence of Judaism against Christian antagonists. The Collection in Seventy-Four Titles: A Canon Law Manual of the Gregorian Reform. Translated and annotated by John Gilchrist. MST ; xiv, 288 pp. ISBN $29.95 An influential collection representing the ideas of the eleventhcentury reform movement. The Religious Roles of the Papacy: Ideals and Realities, Edited by Christopher Ryan. PMS ; xii, 476 pp.; plates. ISBN $74.95 Fifteen studies exploring aspects of the papacy during a particularly formative period. Tanner, Norman P. The Church in Late Medieval Norwich, ST ; xviii, 279 pp.; maps. ISBN $44.95 A detailed study of popular religion in one of the leading English cities of the late Middle Ages. Hervaeus Natalis. The Poverty of Christ and the Apostles. Translated by John D. Jones. MST 37; Studies in Medieval Moral Teaching ; x, 174 pp. ISBN $28.95 Hervaeus text and a contemporary summary of Franciscan views focus on heated fourteenth-century debates over the question of ownership of property by Christ and the apostles, and by the Franciscan order Catalogue of Publications 9

10 HISTORY: Political, social, economic The Letters of Gregory the Great Translated, with an introduction and notes by JOHN R.C. MARTYN This translation of the Registrum epistularum of Gregory the Great, the first complete version in English, and only the second in any modern language, will provide all medievalists access to one of the most important documentary collections to have survived from the period. All fourteen books of the letters are presented in three volumes, each with a preface of its own but sharing the introduction found in the first volume. Books 1 4 appear in volume 1, Books 5 9 in the second volume, and Books (and appendices) in the concluding volume, which also contains a glossary, bibliography, and indices. Mediaeval Sources in Translation ; 3 volumes comprising xxxiv, 962 pp. ISBN $94.95 for the set Armstrong, Lawrin. Usury and Public Debt in Early Renaissance Florence: Lorenzo Ridolfi on the Monte Comune. ST ; xiv, 460 pp. Casebound. ISBN Money, politics and law were intimately linked in the merchant republics of medieval and Renaissance Italy. Nowhere was this more evident than in the realm of public finance. Ribordy, Geneviève. Faire les nopces : Le mariage de la noblesse française ( ). ST ; xxvi, 207 pp. ISBN $44.95 This study, based on hundreds of marriage records from France, attempts to portray the relationship of the Church s view on marriage to the economic and political views of the nobility. Dante Alighieri. Dante s Monarchia. Translated, with a commentary by Richard Kay. ST ; xliv, 449 pp. Casebound. ISBN $85.00 Latin text, modern English translation, and extensive notes on the entire range of cultural allusions that permeates this famous example of medieval political thought. 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 ; xx, 374 pp.; plate. Casebound. ISBN $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 Raymond Llul. Together they pay tribute to a leading medievalist. Cogs, Cargoes, and Commerce: Maritime Bulk Trade in Northern Europe, Edited by Lars Berggren, Nils Hybel, and Annette Landen. PMS ; xxii, 286 pp. ISBN $39.95 Using a wide range of new or previously overlooked sources, the nine essays in this volume challenge long-established patterns of thought about medieval trade. For the classroom The Life of Cola di Rienzo. Translated with an introduction by John Wright. MST ; 166 pp. ISBN X $9.95 The most vivid and compelling contemporary portrait of this revolution-ary leader of medieval Rome. John of Paris. On Royal and Papal Power. Translated with an introduction by J.A. Watt. MST ; 261 pp. ISBN $15.95 Polemic on the French side of the dispute between Philip the Fair and Boniface VIII. The Chronicle of Zuqnīn. Parts III and IV, AD Translated from the Syriac with notes and introduction by Amir Harrak. MST ; xviii, 388 pp. ISBN $37.50 The chronicle runs from the creation to the eighth century, but concentrates on sixth-century Byzantium and the early Abbasid caliphate. The Land Legislation of the Macedonian Emperors. Translated with an introduction and notes by Eric McGeer. MST ; xii, 146 pp. ISBN $22.95 These fourteen legal decrees issued by the Macedonian Emperors constitute the most important source for the internal history of tenth-century Byzantium. 10 Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies

11 THE ARTS: painting, archaeology, drama, music 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. Paperbound. ISBN $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 $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 $29.50 The main catalogue of mosaics is supplemented by a wide selection of figures and plates and a detailed geometric summary. Amstutz, Renate. Ludus de decem virginibus: Recovery of the Sung Liturgical Core of the Thuringian Zehnjungfrauenspiel. ST ; xxxvi, 412 pages; musical transcriptions, figures, tables, facsimiles; 92 pages on microfiche. Casebound. ISBN $89.95 A study of the Latin remnants of the German Latin Play of the Ten Virgins, based on comprehensive research into the medieval liturgical and dramatic traditions. The restored text and music of the Latin chants reveal a complete Latin liturgical drama that may have preceded the surviving macaronic play. Bailey, Richard N. England s Earliest Sculptors. PDOE ; xx, 187 pp.; figures and plates. Casebound. ISBN $59.50 An overview of Anglo- Saxon sculpture from its tentative beginnings in the seventh century to the Norman Conquest. Wright, Stephen K. The Vengeance of Our Lord: Medieval Dramatizations of the Destruction of Jerusalem. ST ; x, 233 pp.; 3 fiche. ISBN $39.95 A critical history of the large family of medieval plays depicting the siege and destruction of Jerusalem in 70 AD. Included on microfiche are editions of 6 plays. Donovan, Richard B. The Liturgical Drama in Medieval Spain. ST ; viii, 229 pp.; map. Paperbound. ISBN $34.95 A detailed study of liturgical drama in medieval Spain based on extensive and systematic research of over 500 liturgical manuscripts and a further 125 incunabula and early printed editions. For the classroom The Fleury Play of Herod. Edited by Terence Bailey. MST ; 72 pp., plate. ISBN $6.95 A medieval dramatization of the events surrounding Christ s birth; Latin and English texts with music. The Play of Antichrist. Translated with an introduction by John Wright. MST ; 118 pp. ISBN $9.95 A twelfth-century play on the legend of the Last Roman Emperor and Antichrist. ERIKA DODD The Frescoes of Mar Musa al-habashi A Study in Medieval Painting With James Martin, John J.C. McCullough, Kassem Toueir, and Nicholas Zammuto The monastery of Mar Musa al- Habashi (Moses the Ethiopian) was built in the sixth century, hidden in the mountain range about seventy kilometres north of Damascus. This study relates the history of the monastery through the Middle Ages and presents a detailed study of the paintings and inscriptions in the church, including those uncovered recently by the Istituto del Restauro. Studies and Texts xxii, 204 pp. 25 colour plates; 158 black-and-white plates; 8 line drawings ISBN Casebound $ Catalogue of Publications 11

12 LITERATURE, RHETORIC, GRAMMAR An Aeneid Commentary of Mixed Type Edited by JULIAN WARD JONES This volume provides an edition of the Glosses in MSS Harley 4946 and Ambrosianus G111 inf. Studies and Texts viii, 248 pp. Casebound ISBN $53.00 Warner of Rouen Moriuht Edited and translated by CHRISTOPHER McDONOUGH An early eleventh-century poem noted for its blend of satire, invective and bawdiness. With English translation and full commentary. Studies and Texts ; x, 230 pp. Casebound ISBN $45.50 Jeffrey, David L. and Brian J. Levy, eds. The Anglo-Norman Lyric. An Anthology. Edited from the manuscripts with translations and commentary. ST ; xiv, 285 pp. ISBN $ texts and translations of devotional lyrics, homiletical verse, social and domestic commentary, and poems of love and friendship. Gawain on Marriage. The Textual Tradition of the De coniuge non ducenda. Ed. and trans. A.G. Rigg. ST ; xii, 104 pp. ISBN $19.95 One of the most popular anti-matrimonial satires of the later Middle Ages. Robert de Boron. Joseph d Arimathie. A critical edition of the verse and prose versions by Richard O Gorman. ST ; xiv, 575 pp.; plate. Casebound. ISBN $98.50 Robert attempted to create a broad synthesis of sacred history and secular narrative centred on the Grail story. Transmundus. Introductiones dictandi. Edited and translated by Ann Dalzell. ST ; x, 254 pp. Casebound. ISBN $45.50 A critical edition with translation of a manual of instruction teaching an artistic and artificial style of Latin, written by a one-time protonotary of the papal chancery. Stork, Nancy Porter. Through a Gloss Darkly. Aldhelm s Riddles in the British Library MS Royal 12.C.xxiii. ST ; viii, 274 pp. ISBN $44.95 A diplomatic edition of the full set of scholia to Aldhelm s Enigmata, a medieval school text popular in England and on the Continent, that was used for teaching the principles of Latin verse composition. For the classroom Geoffrey of Vinsauf. Poetria Nova. Translated by Margaret F. Nims. MST ; 110 pp. ISBN $9.95 Medieval rhetoric and poetics combine the rules of poetry with imitation of the masters, and practice exercises. Pedro Alfonso. The Scholar s Guide. A translation by Joseph R. Jones and John E. Keller of the twelfth-century Disciplina clericalis. MST pp. ISBN $9.95 Clever fictions and philosophical ideas with mock-serious didacticism. Alan of Lille. Anticlaudianus or The Good and Perfect Man. Translation and commentary by James J. Sheridan. MST ; 251 pp. ISBN $15.95 Alan s most significant work on man s quest for knowledge and virtue. Alan of Lille. The Plaint of Nature. Translation and commentary by James J. Sheridan. MST ; viii, 256 pp. ISBN $15.95 This twelfthcentury portrait of Natura, her powers and effects in the universe, influenced Chaucer and Spenser. Abelard, Peter. The Story of Abelard s Adversities. Translated by J.T. Muckle. MST ; 80 pp. ISBN X $6.95 In Latin literature of the Middle Ages, the adventures of this knight-errant in philosophy remains unique. The History of Alexander s Battles. Historia de preliis (The J1 Version). Translated by R. Telfryn Pritchard. MST ; viii, 200 pp. ISBN X $13.00 This concatenation of myth and history, fantasy and moral fable typifies Alexander s influence on the Middle Ages. 12 Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies

13 TORONTO MEDIEVAL LATIN TEXTS: Books for teaching Three Lives of English Saints. Edited by Michael Winterbottom. TMLT ; x, 94 pp. ISBN $9.95 Early biographies of major figures in the monastic upsurge in tenth-century England. The Gospel of Nicodemus. Gesta Salvatoris. Edited by H.C. Kim. TMLT 2, 1973; x, 54 pp. ISBN $9.95 The most influential of the New Testament apocrypha. Two Alcuin Letter-Books. Edited by Colin Chase. TMLT ; viii, 84 pp. ISBN $9.95 Model letters for epistolary composition and actual letters sent to monasteries and individuals. The Life of Gundulf, Bishop of Rochester. Edited by Rodney Thomson, TMLT ; viii, 88 pp. ISBN $9.95 An anonymous life of Gundulf ( ), friend of archbishops Lanfranc and Anselm. Boccaccio. In Defence of Poetry. Genealogiae deorum gentilium liber xiv. Edited by Jeremiah Reedy. TMLT ; xii, 94 pp. ISBN $9.95 One of the earliest defences of poetry drawn from the Italian writer s massive encyclopedia of classical mythology. Bartholomaeus Anglicus. On the Properties of Soul and Body. De proprietatibus rerum libri iii et iv. Edited by R. James Long. TMLT ; x, 113 pp. ISBN $9.95 A treatise from this popular encyclopedia. The Canterbury Hymnal. Edited by Gernot R. Wieland. TMLT ; viii, 136 pp. ISBN $9.95 One hundred hymns from the Bosworth Psalter. The Rule of St. Benedict: The Abingdon Copy. Edited by John Chamberlin. TMLT ; viii, 87 pp. ISBN X $9.95 One version of the Rule used about the year Avitus. The Fall of Man. De spiritalis historiae gestis libri i iii. Edited by Daniel J. Nodes. TMLT ; viii, 71 pp. ISBN $9.95 An early biblical epic on sin and salvation. Nigel of Canterbury. Miracles of the Virgin Mary, in Verse. Miracula sancte Dei genitricis virginis Marie, versifice. Edited by Jan Ziolkowski. TMLT ; x, 101 pp. ISBN $9.95 The earliest collection of versified Marian miracles in Latin. The Vulgate Commentary on Ovid s Metamorphoses. The Creation Myth and the Story of Orpheus. Edited by Frank T. Coulson. TMLT ; x, 148 pp. ISBN $9.95 Quoting extensively from a wide range of classical and medieval authors, this commentary demonstrates a literary sensitivity rare for its genre. Rolle, Richard. Emendatio vitae. Orationes ad honorem nominis Ihesu. Edited by Nicholas Watson. TMLT ; viii, 88 pp. ISBN $9.95 An example of the medieval writings of affective contemplation exploring the relationship of the individual soul and God. Latin Colloquies from Pre- Conquest Britain. Edited by Scott Gwara. TMLT ; x, 134 pp. ISBN $9.95 Four sets 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. Saints Lives by Walter of Châtillon. Edited by Carsten Wollin. TMLT ; viii, 104 pp. ISBN X $9.95 These three poetic Vitae are here ascribed to Walter of Châtillon. The difficult Latin of the poems (which use the goliardic line and stanza) are supported by numerous notes. A Book of British Kings: 1200 BC 1399 AD. Edited by George Rigg. TMLT viii, 112 pp. ISBN $9.95 Edited from British Library MSS Harley 3860, Cotton Claudius D. vii, and Harley The history of Britain from its legendary foundation by Brutus in 1200 BC to the fall of Richard II in 1399 AD. The Fables of Walter of England. Edited by Aaron E. Wright. TMLT ; viii, 168 pp. ISBN $9.95 A twelfth-century collection of sixty Latin verse fables in the Aesopic tradition, with extensive prose commentary and interlinear glosses Catalogue of Publications 13

14 PUBLICATIONS OF THE DICTIONARY OF OLD ENGLISH The Correspondence of Edward Lye Edited by MARGARET CLUNIES ROSS and AMANDA J. COLLINS Edward Lye ( ), Anglo- Saxonist and antiquary, was an important contributor to the advancement of our understanding of the history and structure of the English language and literature. This edition presents the 193 letters between Lye and his correspondents. Publications of the Dictionary of Old English xx, 412 pp. ISBN $94.95 Also of interest Harris, Richard L. A Chorus of Grammars : The Correspondence of George Hickes and His Collaborators on the Thesaurus linguarum septentrionalium. PDOE ; xviii, 492 pp.; figures and plates. Casebound. ISBN $69.00 Over 250 unpublished letters providing a fascinating account of the growth of systematic philological scholarship on Anglo- Saxon language and literature. Dictionary of Old English A F on CD ROM The publication of the seventh fascicle of the Dictionary of Old English represents a major technological advance. The Dictionary of Old English: A to F on CD ROM is an electronic version of the first seven letters of the Old English alphabet. It includes the first release of the letter F, containing some 3016 headwords, as well as revised versions of the six previously published fascicles ( ). Upgrades and additional letters will be released in this new format. System requirements PC, minimum 200MHz processor 64MB memory 200MB spare hard drive space Windows 98/Me/NT/2000/XP* Internet Explorer 5.5 and up SVGA monitor: 800 x 600 pixels preferable Orders 1 Orders worldwide should be sent to our Toronto office. 2 Orders from outside North America should use Visa/MasterCard only. 3 Purchasers of this fascicle are entitled to substantial discounts on future CD ROM fascicles and upgrades ISBN Institutional price US$200 (includes site licence) Special price for individuals US$75 Dictionary of Old English: F Antonette dipaolo Healey, Joan Holland, David McDougall, Ian McDougall, Nancy Speirs, Pauline Thompson; with the assistance of Dorothy Haines The publication of F on microfiche is intended for scholars who, for various reasons, are not able to use the electronic version of DOE on CD ROM. F constitutes the third largest letter in the Old English alphabet: this collection comprises some 3,014 words on 7,459 pages xxiv pages; 35 microfiche. ISBN $49.50 Fascicle A. 1994; 26 pages, 8 fiche. ISBN $12.00 This fascicle consists of 1505 headwords in 2331 pages on microfiche. Fascicle AE; Beon. 1992; 5 and 50 pp., 4 fiche. ISBN $ headwords in 771 pages on microfiche; the substantive verb beon on 49 pages; and Abbreviations for Latin Sources and Bibliography. Fascicle B. 1991, 9 fiche. ISBN $ ,202 headwords in 2,693 pages on fiche. Fascicle C. 1988; 6 fiche. ISBN $8.95 1,367 headwords in 1,610 pages on fiche. Fascicle D. 1986; 4 fiche. ISBN $ headwords in 951 pages on fiche. Fascicle E. 1996; 6 fiche. ISBN $8.95 1,450 headwords on 1,689 pages on fiche. 14 Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies

15 THE INSTITUTE JOURNAL Mediaeval Studies An annual journal of scholarship ISSN Textual Cultures Subscriptions Volume 68 (2006) $90.00 Volume 67 (2005) $75.00 Volumes ( ) per volume $75.00 Volumes 1 58 ( ) per volume $40.00 Volumes 1 60 ( ) (including indexes) set $ General Index: volumes 1 25 ( ) ISBN X $11.00 First Supplement: volumes ( ) ISBN $3.00 Second Supplement: volumes ( ) ISBN $12.00 Contents: Volume 67 (2005) Texts KURT LAMPE A Twelfth-Century Text on the Number Nine and Divine Creation: A New Interpretation of Boethian Cosmology? 1 CHRISTOPHER J. MCDONOUGH Hugh Metel and the Floridus aspectus of Peter Riga (Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin Preußischer Kulturbesitz Phillipps 1694) 27 BLAKE BEATTIE A Curial Sermon by Cardinal Bertrand du Poujet 77 DANIEL HOBBINS Jean Gerson s Authentic Tract on Joan of Arc: Super facto puellae et credulitate sibi praestanda (14 May 1429) 101 MAYUMI TAGUCHI A Middle English Penitential Treatise on Job 10:20 22, Dimitte me, Domine Articles CHRISTOPHER A. JONES The Origins of the Sarum Chrism Mass at Eleventh-Century Christ Church, Canterbury 221 JOHN S. OTT Writing Godfrey of Amiens: Guibert of Nogent and Nicholas of Saint-Crépin between Sanctity, Ideology, and Society 319 On the Institute website, at INDEXES (searchable PDF files) Volumes 1 65 ( ) Articles listed by author and title (including notices in memoriam) Texts edited (indexed by author/title and by incipit) Volumes ( ) Manuscripts and archival material Principal subjects CONTENTS (searchable PDF file) Tables of contents of Volumes ( ) Boyle, Leonard E. A Survey of the Vatican Archives and of Its Medieval Holdings. SM 1. Revised edition viii, 251 pp. Paper. ISBN $29.95 This guide is an introduction to one of the world s most remarkable his.torical resources. The second edition is updated with crossreferences 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. Charters, Cartularies, and Archives: The Preservation and Transmission of Documents in the Medieval West. Edited by Adam J. Kosto and Anders Winroth. PMS ; x, 186 pp. ISBN $34.95 These case studies on transmission and preservation of medieval documents focus on how they were organized in archives and cartularies, and on the role of copies in diplomatics. Fitzgerald, Wilma. Ocelli Nominum. Names and Shelf Marks of Famous / Familiar Manuscripts. SM ; vi, 170 pp. Casebound. ISBN $35.00 A comprehensive listing, with index, of manuscripts known by common names Catalogue of Publications 15

16 BACK IN PRINT: Titles on demand Several books published by the Institute in the course of over six decades of continuous publishing have gone out of print. Scholars and students from different parts of the world continue to request many of these titles. These works are now back in print as titles on demand, and are described below. For a complete, up-to-date list, visit Aging and the Aged in Medieval Europe. Edited Michael M. Sheehan. PMS ; xii, 228 pp. ISBN $34.95 Essays exploring the degree to which the medieval world reflected on the meaning and causes of aging, attitudes towards the elderly by individuals, families, and society. Conversion and Continuity: Indigenous Christian Communities in Islamic Lands Eighth to Eighteenth Centuries. Edited by Michael Gervers and Ramzi Jibran Bikhazi. PMS xvi, 559 pp. Paperbound. ISBN $86.95 The nineteen contributors to this volume include the most eminent scholars in the field. Bailey, Terence. The Intonation Formulas of Western Chant. ST ; viii, 101 pp. Paperbound. ISBN $19.95 A study and edition of the demonstration melodies held by musicians of the early Middle Ages to embody the essential characteristics of the Gregorian modes. Bernard of Trilia. Quaestiones de cognitione animae separatae a corpore. Ed. Stuart Martin. ST ; x, 427 pp. ISBN $69.95 A critical edition of thirteen questions by one of the earliest Thomists. Bailey, Terence. The Processions of Sarum and the Western Church. ST ; xvi, 208 pp. Paperbound. ISBN $34.95 This study of the ceremonies and chants of the liturgical processions in western Europe in the Middle Ages takes into account more than two hundred sources representing the customs of churches from Sicily to Scotland. Clarembald of Arras. Life and Works of Clarembald of Arras, a Twelfth-Century Master of the School of Chartres. Edited by Nikolaus Häring. ST ; xii, 276 pp. Paperbound. ISBN $44.95 This full account of Clarembald s life and appraisal of his position in western thought is accompanied by editions of all the surviving works. Donkin, R.A. The Cistercians: Studies in the Geography of Medieval England and Wales. ST ; 241 pp. Paperbound. ISBN ISBN $39.95 Between 1128 when they arrived in England and 1350 the Cistercians were actively working the bulk of their estates. Donkin first traces the changes that occurred as a result of resiting by houses of the Order in England and Wales. He then discusses the factors that were key to the Cistercian economy. Fedwick, Paul Jonathan. The Church and the Charisma of Leadership in Basil of Caesarea. ST ; xviii, 225 pp. Paperbound. ISBN $39.95 The first full-scale study in English devoted entirely to the understanding of the charismatic nature of the church and its ministry in Basil of Caesarea. Gerhoch of Reichersberg. Letter to Pope Hadrian about the Novelties of the Day. Edited by Nikolaus M. Häring. ST ; 125 pp. Paperbound. ISBN $19.95 In the Liber de novitatibus huius temporis (epistola ad Adrianum Papam), Master Gerhoch, provost of Reichersberg in Bavaria, attempts to inform Pope Hadrian IV ( ) of the notorious abuses of both secular and ecclesiastical authorities of the time, and to point out the remedies legislated by councils convoked by Innocent II. Mundy, John Hine. Men and Women at Toulouse in the Age of the Cathars. ST xiv, 235 pp. Paperbound. ISBN $39.95 A study of the relations between men and women that explores issues of matrimony, sex, family, wealth, social status, and literacy and the different attitudes to them in Catholicism and Catharism. 16 Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies

17 BACK IN PRINT (continued) Logan, F. Donald. Excommunication and the Secular Arm in Medieval England. A Study in Legal Procedure from the Thirteenth to the Sixteenth Century. ST ; 239 pp. Paperbound. ISBN $39.95 For the period from 1200 to the Reformation, about 7,600 significations relating to almost 17,000 English excommunicates survive. These records are without parallel in western Europe, just as the highly institutionalized procedure against excommunicates was itself without parallel. Nine Mediaeval Thinkers: A Collection of Hitherto Unedited Texts. Edited by J. Reginald O Donnell. ST ; xii, 382 pp. Paperbound. ISBN $59.95 Critical editions of a variety of philosophical and theological texts, including commentaries and quodlibetal questions. Principe, Walter H. The Theology of the Hypostatic Union in the Early Thirteeth Century. I. William of Auxerre s Theology of the Hypostatic Union. ST ; 332 pp. Paperbound. ISBN $49.95 II. Alexander of Hales Theology of the Hypostatic Union. ST ; 254 pp. Paperbound. ISBN X $39.95 III. Hugh of Saint-Cher s Theology of the Hypostatic Union. ST ; 265 pp. Paperbound. ISBN $39.95 IV. Philip the Chancellor s Theology of the Hypostatic Union. ST ; 234 pp. Paperbound. ISBN $39.95 I IV. Set of 4 volumes. ISBN $ For the theology of the Hypostatic Union (the union of the Son of God with the human form), the early thirteenth century was decisive. The volumes of this study may be purchased as a set or individually. Quinn, John F. The Historical Constitution of St. Bonaventure s Philosophy. ST ; 981 pp. Paperbound. ISBN $ A comprehensive study of the philosophy of St. Bonaventure based on a detailed examination of the texts and a thorough understanding of their doctrinal sources, particularly in the thought of Aristotle and Augustine. Raftis, J. Ambrose. The Estates of Ramsey Abbey: A Study in Economic Growth and Organization. ST ; xx, 341 pp.; maps. Paperbound. ISBN $54.95 Over five centuries of agrarian history of Ramsey Abbey in the county of Huntingdon, from its foundation in the late tenth century to its dissolution in the early sixteenth. Richard of Campsall. Works I: Questiones super librum priorum analecticorum. Edited by Edward A. Synan. ST ; 326 pp. Paperbound. ISBN $49.95 The questions, probably written before 1306, concentrate on three basic themes: syllogism, conversion, and consequences. The treatise, in its aim to preserve and to extend the tradition of logic handed down through Boethius and the Latin Aristotle, demonstrates the state of logic at Oxford in the first decades of the fourteenth century. Robert of Flamborough. Liber Poenitentialis. A Critical Edition with Introduction and Notes. Edited by J.J. Francis Firth. ST ; xxx, 364 pp. Paperbound. ISBN $59.95 Beginning with the requirements for a fruitful confession, this work ranges over several topics, including marriage, simony, and the seven deadly sins. Ryan, J. Joseph. Saint Peter Damiani and His Canonical Sources. Introduction by Stephen Kuttner. ST ; xviii, 213 pp. Paperbound. ISBN $34.95 A survey of the particular collections of canon law used by St. Peter Damiani ( ) in his numerous writings on behalf of ecclesiastical reform. Sheehan, Michael M. The Will in Medieval England: From the Conversion of the Anglo- Saxons to the End of the Thirteenth Century. ST ; xii, 359 pp. Paperbound. ISBN $59.95 A thorough-going investigation of the rather complex historical evolution that produced the last will or testament of English law. Thomas Aquinas. Quaestiones De anima. A newly established edition of the Latin text with an introduction and notes. Edited by James H. Robb. ST ; 282 pp. Paperbound. ISBN $44.95 This edition represents the university tradition of this work and is based primarily on the Oxford manuscript, Balliol 49, which is of Parisian origin and also contains pecia indications throughout Catalogue of Publications 17

18 INDEX Abelard, Peter 9b, 12b Alan, of Lille 12c Albert, the Great 6a Alcuin 13a Aldhelm 12b Alexander, of Hales 17a Alexander, of Aphrodisias 6b Alexander, the Great 12c Amstutz, Renate 11b Anastasius, the Persian 8a Aristotle 6c Armstrong, Lawrin 10b Augustine, Bishop of Hippo 8b Avitus 13b Bailey, Richard N. 11c Bailey, Terence 11c, 16a, 16b Baldner, Steven E. 7c Bartholomaeus Anglicus 13a Basil of Caesarea 16c Benedict, Saint 13b Berggren, Lars 10c Bernard, of Chartres 6b Bernard, of Trilia 16a Bikhazi, Ramzi Jibran 16a Black, Jonathan 8b Boccaccio, Giovanni 13a Bonaventure, Saint 17b Boniface VIII, Pope 10c Boyle, Leonard E. 15b Brown, Oscar James 7a Burley, Walter 5b Burman, Thomas 10b Campbell, Sheila 11a Capgrave, John 8b Carroll, William E. 7c Chamberlin, John 13b Chase, Colin 13a Clarembald, of Arras 16b Colledge, Edmund 9b Collins, Amanda J. 14a Coulson, Frank T. 13b Courtenay, William J. 5b Dalzell, Ann 12b Dante Alghieri 10b Dinkova-Bruun, Greti 2b Dodd, Erika Cruikshank 11c Donkin, R.A. 16b Donovan, Richard B. 11c Dutton, Paul Edward 6b Eckhart, Meister 6c Edwards, Sandra 7b Eriugena, Johannes Scottus 3b Eschmann, Ignatius Theodore 7a Etzkorn, Girard J. 5a Fedwick, Paul Jonathan 16c Field, Lester J. 8b Filotas, Bernadette 4a Fitzgerald, Wilma 15b Franklin, Carmella Vircillo 8a Gelber, Hester Goodenough 5b Geoffrey, of Vinasauf 12c Gerhoch, of Reichersberg 16c Gervers, Michael 16a Gilchrist, John 9c Gilson, Etienne 6b, 7a Goering, Joseph 9a Gospel of Nicodemus 13a Gregory, the Great 8c, 10a Guerric, of Saint-Quentin 8b Guilelmus, de Tocco 7a Gundulf, Bishop of Rochester 13a Gwara, Scott 13b Hadrian, Pope 16c Häring, Nikolaus M. 5b, 16b Harrak, Amir 10c Harris, Richard L. 14a Healey, Antonette dipaolo 14c Hervaeus Natalis 9b Hickes, George 14a Hillgarth, Jocelyn N. 10b Holcot, Robert 5b Holland, Joan 14c Houser, R.E. 6a Hugh, of Saint-Cher 17a Hybel, Nils 10b Jeffrey, David L. 12b Joachim, of Fiore 9c John, of Paris 10c Jones, John D. 9b Jones, Joseph R. 12c Jones, Julian Ward 12a Julian, of Norwich 9b Keller, John E. 12c Kim, H.C. 13a Kimhi, Joseph 9c Kosto, Adam J. 15b Landen, Annette 10c Le Brun-Gouanvic, Claire 7a Levy, Brian J. 12b Logan, F. Donald 17a Long, R. James 13a Lye, Edward 14a Martin, James 11c Martyn, John R.C. 10a Maurer, Armand 6b, 6c, 7a, 7b McCullough, John J.C. 11c McDonough, Christopher 12a McDougall, David 14c McDougall, Ian 14c McGeer, Eric 10c Meyerson, Mark D. 10b Moore, Paul 4b Muckle, J.T. 12c Mulchahey, M. Michèle 8c Mundy, John Hine 16c Newhauser, Richard 3a Nigel, of Canterbury 13b Nims, Margaret F. 12c Nodes, Daniel J. 13b O Carroll, Mary E. 9a O Donnell, J. Reginald 17a O Gorman, Richard 12b Ovid 13b Owens, Joseph 6b Palamas, Gregory 8c Payer, Pierre J. 2a, 9b Pedro Alfonso 12c Peter Damian, Saint 17c Petersen, Joan M. 8c Petrarch (Petrarca) 9c Phelan, Gerald B. 7b Philip, the Chancellor 6a, 17a Philip, the Fair, 10c Porphyry 6b Principe, Walter H. 8b, 17a Pritchard, R. Telfryn 12c Psellos (Psellus), Michael 4b Quinn, John F. 17b Raftis, J. Ambrose 17b Raymond, of Penyafort 2a Reedy, Jeremiah 13a Reynolds, Roger E. 8c Ribordy, Geneviève 10b Richard, of Campsall 17b Rienzo, Cola di 10c Rigg, A.G. 12b, 13c Robert, de Boron 12b Robert, of Flamborough 17c Rolle, Richard 13b Rorem, Paul 3b Ross, Margaret Clunies 14a Ryan, Christopher J. 9a Ryan, J. Joseph 17c Schroeder, Frederic M. 6c Sheehan, Michael 16a, 17c Sheridan, James J. 12c Shook, Laurence K. 7b Shopkow, Leah 10b Sinkewicz, Robert E. 8c Smetana, Cyril Lawrence 8b Sommers, Mary C. 5b Stork, Nancy Porter 12b Streveler, Paul A. 5b Synan, Edward A. 6c, 7a, 17b Tachau, Katherine H. 5b Talmage, Frank Ephraim 9a, 9c Tanner, Norman P. 9a Thompson, Pauline 14c Thomson, Rodney 13a Toueir, Kassem 11c Themistius 6c Transmundus 12b Thierry, of Chartres 5b Thomas Aquinas 6a, 7a c, 17c Thomson, Rodney 13a Todd, Robert B. 6c Torrell, Jean-Pierre 8b Walfish, Barry Dov 9a Walsh, James 9b Walter, of Chatton 5a Walter, of Châtillon 13c Walter, of England 13c Warner, of Rouen 12a Warren, Edward W. 6c Watson, Nicholas 13b Watt, J.A. 10c Wey, Joseph C. 5a Wieland, Gernot R. 13a William, of Auxerre 17a William, de Montibus 9a Winroth, Anders 15b Winterbottom, Michael 13a Wollin, Carsten 13c Wright, Aaron E. 13c Wright, John 10c, 11b Wright, Stephen K. 11b Zacour, Norman P. 9c Zammuto, Nicholas 11c Ziolkowski, Jan 13b Sigla CAG EGS GIPS MST PIEM PDOE PMS SM ST TMLT Conférences Albert-le- Grand Etienne Gilson Series Greek Index Project Series Mediaeval Sources in Translation Publications de l Institut d Études Médiévales Publications of the Dictionary of Old English Papers in Mediaeval Studies Subsidia Mediaevalia Studies and Texts Toronto Medieval Latin Texts Browse the complete catalogue by series at 18 Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies

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