Your search returned 1472 results. Subscribe to this search

|
1. The study of the Bible in the Middle Ages. by Smalley, Beryl Publication: Oxford Basil Blackwell, 1952 . xxii, 406 p. 23 cm. Availability: Items available: Main Library [220.6 S] (1),
2. Burial in medieval Ireland, 900-1500 : a review of the written sources. by Fry, Susan Leigh Publication: Dublin Four Courts Press, 1999 . 224 p. 25 cm. Availability: Items available: Main Library [941.501 F] (1),
3. Early medieval sculpture in the West Highlands and Islands. by Fisher, Ian Publication: Edinburgh Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland and The Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, 2001 . xiii, 178 p. 31 cm. Availability: Items available: Main Library [914.11 F] (1),
4. 1282 : casgliad o ddogfennau = A collection of documents by National Library of Wales, The Publication: [Aberystwyth] Llyfrgell Genedlaethol Cymru, 1986 . 36 p. , Exhibition catalog. | Includes languages in: Welsh, English, Latin, and Old French. | Old accession number 9985 ill Availability: Items available: Main Library [942.9 G] (1),
5. The Irish parliament in the Middle Ages. by Richardson, H.G. Publication: Philadelphia University of Pennsylvania Press . x, 395 p. 22 cm. , Old accession number 6416 Availability: Items available: Main Library [941.504 R] (1),
6. Latin rhetoric and education in the Middle Ages and Renaissance by Murphy, James J. Publication: Ashgate Ashgate, 2005 . x, various pagings. 23 cm. Availability: Items available: Main Library [870.9 M] (1),
7. The Black Death by Ziegler, Philip Publication: Harmondsworth, England Penguin, 1970 . 331 p. , Donation Ex Libris Proinsias Mac Cana. | History and edition First published: London : Collins, 1969. | Review Between 1347 and 1350, the Black Death claimed the lives of over one-third of the population of Europe. Having traced the course from Asia to the West, the author looks at the havoc it left in its wake. He includes chapters on the state of the period's medicine, the position of the church and the broader social and economic repercussions. A poignant tale, made all the more powerful for being told clearly, and without histrionics. (Kirkus UK) | Review The story of the Black Death - the great plague that swept over, and decimated, Europe in the fourteenth century - is one that, to a large extent, eludes the reader of English. The works of Mr. Coulton and of Cardinal Gasquet are outdated, and the sole authoritative general work has been G. Sticker's teutonically thorough and multivoluminar Die Pest - an opus which can be approached only when armed with adequate patience and more than adequate German. It is Mr. Ziegler's intention to provide a popular account. That he does not succeed is not due to any defect in scholarship or to any opacity of style, but rather to an inadequate perspective. Like most English writers on the Middle Ages, he tends to view England as the focal point of the medieval period; a view which, however satisfying to the British ego, is quite without foundation in fact. In this particular case, it has resulted in a predictable, though curious, imbalance of treatment. The course of the Black Death in France, Italy and Germany - the centers of medieval civilization, and therefore the countries in which the horrible plague most affected the direction of Western civilization - is dismissed almost summarily, while chapter after chapter is devoted to a detailed description of its progress through England, Wales, Scotland, and Ireland. The book therefore presents a distorted picture of the plague as a whole, and, while it may be useful to the British reader, it is only of peripheral interest to the American. (Kirkus Reviews) 18 cm. Availability: Items available: Room 21 - MacCana Collection [13 / ZIE] (1),
8. Poetae Latini aevi Carolini: supplementa by Strecker, Karl Publication: München 1998 . vi, 1177 p, 30 cm., hbk. Availability: Items available: Main Library [478 MGH (4, 3)] (1),
9. A history of the Anglo-Saxons : volume I by Hodgkin, R.H. Publication: London Oxford University Press, 1952 . xxxi, 390 p. ill Availability: Items available: Main Library [942.01 H] (1),
10. Domesday book. 23. Warwickshire / text and translation edited by John Morris ; from a draft translation prepared by Judy Plaister ; [general editor, John Morris]. by Morris, John Publication: Chichester [Sussex] Phillimore, 1976 . [ix], [internal numbering system] ; 21 cm. Availability: Items available: Main Library [942.02 DB (23)] (1),
11. Imtheachta Aeniasa = The Irish Aeneid. Being a translation, made before A.D. 1400, of the XII books of Vergil's Aeneid into Gaelic by Irish Texts Society = Cumann na Scríbheann nGaedhilge Publication: London Irish Texts Society, 1907 . xx, 238 p. , Old accession number 2365, 1282, 11825 | Donation Accession number 18298 presented by Peadar de Búrca, S.P. from the library of his father Mícheál de Búrca (1902-1975) | Publication/Distribution Copy 13350 a reprint from 1995. 23 cm. Availability: Items available: Main Library [891.6205 ITS (6)] (3),
12. Kings and kingship in early Scotland. by Anderson, Marjorie O. Publication: Edinburgh Scottish Academic Press, 1973 . xviii, 310 p. 25 cm. , Old accession number 6468 Availability: Items available: Main Library [941.101 A] (1),
13. Medieval towns. by Schofield, John Publication: London Leicester University Press, 1994 . xii, 243 p. 26 cm. Availability: Items available: Main Library [914.1 S] (1),
14. Medieval sermons and society : cloister, city, university : proceedings of International Symposia at Kalamazoo and New York / edited by Jacqueline Hamesse ... [et al.] by Hamesse, Jacqueline Publication: Louvain-La-Neuve Fédération Internationale des Instituts d'Études Médiévales, 1998 . viii, 414 p. 24 cm. Availability: Items available: Main Library [252 H] (1),
15. The Mabinogi by MacCana, Proinsias Publication: Cardiff University of Wales Press on behalf of the Welsh Arts Council, 1977 . [viii], 139 p. 25 cm. Availability: Items available: Main Library [891.6605 WW (Mac C)] (1),
16. Trallodfa'r tlawd : y wyrcws yng ngorllewin Meirionnydd yn y bedwaredd ganrif ar bymtheg. by Parry, Gwenfair Publication: Aberystwyth University of Wales Centre for Advanced Welsh and Celtic Studies, 1996 . 26 p. 25 c. Availability: Items available: Main Library [891.6605 RP (8)] (1),
17. The acts of Welsh rulers, 1120-1283 / edited by Huw Pryce ; with the assistance of Charles Insley. by Pryce, Huw Publication: Cardiff University of Wales Press, 2005 . xlv, [xi], 902 p. 25 cm. Availability: Items available: Main Library [942.902 P] (1),
18. The formation of the medieval West : studies in the oral culture of the Barbarians. by Richter, Michael Publication: Dublin Four Courts Press, 1994 . xiii, 292 p. 25 cm. Availability: Items available: Main Library [940.1 R] (2),
19. Scotichronicon. Volume 2. Books 3 and 4 / by Walter Bower in Latin and English ; edited by John MacQueen and Winifred MacQueen. by Bower, Walter Publication: Aberdeen Aberdeen University Press, 1989 . xxx, 528 p. 24 cm. , Old accession number 10631. | General editor = D.E.R. Watt. Availability: Items available: Main Library [941.1 S (2)] (1),
20. Domesday book. 12. Hertfordshire / text and translation edited by John Morris ; from a draft translation prepared by Margaret Newman and Sara Wood ; [general editor, John Morris]. by Morris, John Publication: Chichester [Sussex] Phillimore, 1976 . [ix], [internal numbering system] ; 21 cm. Availability: Items available: Main Library [942.02 DB (12)] (1),
21. Glossae Codicum Vaticani 3321 Sangallensis 912 Leidensis 67F by Auspiciis Societatis Litterarum Regiae Saxonicae Publication: Amsterdam Hakkert, 1965 . xliii, 605 p. , Publication/Distribution Originally published by Lipsiae et Berolini in Aedibus between 1888 and 1923. | Volume 3 of the series is currently missing. 23 cm. Availability: No items available:
22. Giraldi Cambrensis opera. Vol. IV / edited by J. S. Brewer. by Brewer, J.S. Publication: London Longman, 1873 . liv, 431 p. 26 cm. Availability: Items available: Main Library - Special Collection [SC 942.9 G (4)] (1),
23. Text, image, interpretation: studies in Anglo-Saxon literature and its insular context in honour of Éamonn Ó Carragáin by Minnis, A.J. (Alastair J.) Publication: Turnhout; Abingdon Brepols 2007 . xxiv, 574 p., 1 v. , Publication date CIP record. Publication date: 07 2007 ill Date: 2007 Availability: Items available: Main Library [829.09 Ó C] (1),
24. The Dublin Guild Merchant Roll, c. 1190-1265. First supplement to the The Calendar of Ancient Records of Dublin / edited by Philomena Connolly and Geoffrey Martin. by Connolly, Philomena Publication: Dublin Dublin Corporation, 1992 . xxiv, 159 p. 26 cm. Availability: Items available: Main Library [941.505 CARDS (1)] (1),
25. Early Irish Satire by McLaughlin, Roisín Publication: Dublin Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 2008 . xi, 300 p., 23 cm. , Indexes pp. 263-286 Availability: Items available: Main Library [809.7 McL] (1),
26. Celtic and Anglo-Saxon painting : book illumination in the British Isles, 600-800. by Nordenfalk, Carl Publication: London Chatto and Windus, 1977 . 126 p. 28 cm. Availability: Items available: Main Library [745.6 N] (1),
27. The Northern and western isles in the Viking world : survival, continuity, and change / by Alexander Fenton and Hermann Pálsson by National Museum of Antiquities of Scotland. Publication: Edinburgh J. Donald Publishers, c1984 . x, 347 p. , Papers from the conference held by the National Museum of Antiquities of Scotland, 23-28 February 1981, Edinburgh. | For the Bicentenary of the National Museum of Antiquities of Scotland 1781-1981 ill Availability: Items available: Main Library [941 F] (1),
28. A descriptive index of the English lyrics in John of Grimestone's preaching book. by Wilson, Edward Publication: Oxford Blackwell, 1973 . xxiv, 73 p. 21 cm. , ex libris Angus McIntosh | McIntosh Collection Availability: Items available: Main Library [821.1 W] (1),
29. English mediaeval lapidaries. by Evans, Joan Publication: [Oxford] Early English Text Society, [1933] 1999 . xii, 205 p. 23 cm. Availability: Items available: Main Library [820.105 EETS (190)] (1),
30. Irish and Norse traditions about the Battle of Clontarf : academisch proefschrift ... by Goedheer, Albertus Johannes Publication: Haarlem [Netherlands] H.D. Tjeenk Willink & Zoon, 1938 . xiii, 127 p. 26 cm. , Old accession number 26-1-94 | Bound photocopy. Availability: Items available: Main Library [941.501 G] (1),