IRELAND, ENGLAND AND THE CONTINENT IN THE MIDDLE AGES AND BEYOND -
ESSAYS IN MEMORY OF A TURBULENT FRIAR, F.X. MARTIN, O.S.A.
Edited by Howard B. Clarke and J.R.S. Phillips
Appendix. O'Reilly, Clare: The writings of F.X. Martin, O.S.A., 1947-2001, 333-347.
- Richter, Michael: Aes dana, 1-10.
- Wallace, Patrick F.: The bigger picture: reconstructing Hiberno-Norse Dublin, 11-28.
- Empey, Adrian: The origins of the medieval parish revisited, 29-50.
- Bradley, John: A tale of three cities: Bristol, Chester, Dublin and 'the Coming of the Normans', 51-66.
- Flanagan, Marie Therese: Devotional images and their uses in the twelfth-century Irish Church: The crucifix of Holy Trinity Cathedral, Dublin, and Archbishop John Cumin, 67-87.
- Mullally, Evelyn: The Irish topography of two Arthurian romances: Durmart le Galois and Les Merveilles de Rigomer, 88-104.
- Hackett, Jeremiah: Mirrors of Princes, Errors of Philosophers: Roger Bacon and Giles of Rome (Aegidius Romanus) on the education of the government (the Prince), 105-127.
- Brand, Paul: English Royal Justices in the Lordship of Ireland c. 1300, 128-144.
- Clarke, Howard B.: Street life in Medieval Dublin, 145-163.
- Haren, Michael: Diocesan dimensions of a die-hard dispute: Richard FitzRalph and the Friars in evolving perspective, 164-176.
- Dolan, T.P.: Richard FitzRalph's Defensio Curatorum in transmission, 177-194.
- Phillips, Seymour: The face of monarchy: an unknown portrait of Charles V, King of France (1364-80), 195-203.
- Gallagher, Peter: Luigi Marsili, the Florentine humanist, and the influence of Francesco Petrarca, 204-221.
- Simms, Anngret: Interlocking spaces: the relative location of Medieval parish churches, churchyards, marketplaces and town halls, 222-234.
- Down, Kevin: The parish clergy in the Archdeaconry of Worcester on the eve of the Reformation: an introduction, 235-253.
- Bergin, Joseph: Regulars as bishops: the French Church from the Concordat of Bologna (1516) to the Revolution, 254-271.
- Walsh, Katherine: A Habsburg who received a dedication from Martin Luther: The reformation sympathies of Maria, Queen of Hungary and Archduchess of Austria, 272-295.
- Downey, Declan M.: A Castilian-Regalist cradling: Spanish-Habsburg formation of the early Irish Counter-Reformation, 296-306.
- Fenlon, Dermot: Edward Caswall, Newman and the people of Catholic Ireland, 307-324.
- Laffan, Michael: The decade of the Rising: F.X. Martin on 1916, 325-332.